The Windows Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) helps improve the solution experience by putting content closer to the end-user, enhances availability, geo-distribution, scalability, lower latency delivery, and performance. If that’s the goal, you’ll want to be sure that when you instantiate the source of this content at the origin it’s as CDN friendly as you need. If you’re looking for help doing this, be sure to check out the latest blog post from Microsoft’s Shawn Cicoria, who has done a great write-up with guidance on the best way to make your content CDN friendly. Click here to read the full post.
Cross-Post: Hosted Service as a Windows Azure CDN Origin and Cache Friendly Headers
Posted on 11 July, 2011