Stream any media—anywhere, at any scale. Learn how Azure Content Delivery Network integrates seamlessly with media workflows, enabling real-time performance for any streaming content—live or on-demand.
Streamline and speed up data delivery with Azure Content Delivery Network. You can leverage multiple partner CDNs from Azure Content Delivery Network to maximize coverage and capability if you have massive data to deliver.
Instantly distribute content. See how Azure Content Development Network accelerates load times, cuts latency, and helps to improve user experience for dynamic web applications and websites.
Richard Li joins Scott Hanselman to discuss the new Dynamic Site Acceleration (DSA) optimization for Azure CDN, and how it can be used in combination with standard CDN caching features to measurably improve the performance of web pages with dynamic content. For more information, see: Dynamic Site Acceleration via Azure CDN (docs)
Manling Zhang joins Scott Hanselman to demo the recent integration of CDN into Azure Web App, Storage and Media Services portal experience. Enabling and managing a CDN for these services is extremely simple with a few clicks and without leaving the portal.
Manling Zhang joins Scott Hanselman to talk about how to optimize content delivery with Azure CDN for various customer scenarios, such as general web delivery, large file download, and media streaming. With one little hint from customer about the scenario, Azure CDN will apply the a set of default optimizations in the backend which provides optimal performance of content delivery.
Manling Zhang joins Scott Hanselman to show off HTTPS support for Azure CDN custom domains, which enables you to deliver secure content via SSL using your own domain name to improve the security of data while in transit. The end-to-end workflow to enable HTTPS for your custom domain is simplified via one-click enablement, complete certificate management, and all with no additional cost.
How to get started with Akamai on Azure CDN, our newest provider, using both the Azure portal and a Powershell script. We explore the features and options in setting up an endpoint, and look at reasons for using multiple CDN providers. You can get the script off of github here: aka.ms/CDNCopyScript. The Cedexis site mentioned is at http://www.cedexis.com/products/radar/