What is Content Distribution Network (CDN)?
A content distribution network—also known as a content delivery network—is a large, globally distributed network of specialized servers that accelerate the delivery of web content and rich media to internet-linked devices.
The primary technique that a CDN (content distribution network) utilizes to speed the delivery of web content to end users is edge caching that entails storing replicas of image, static text, audio, and video content on multiple servers around the "edges" of the internet, so that user requests can be followed by a nearby edge server rather than by a far-off origin server. To accelerate the delivery of dynamically generated Mobile web development content that's difficult or impossible to cache, an advanced content distribution network uses a range of techniques such as route optimization, TCP connection optimization, and pre-fetching. CDN improves the security, performance and reliability of a website.
How CDN works?
Due to increase in a number of devices, data networks, and digital applications also increases the opportunities for exploitation. Apart from providing immediate access to all the information that is required, the internet has expanded their connectivity with suppliers, customers, and other business associates.
Today, most of the threats are not from outside but, within the organization. One need not be consciously wicked but, could result from carelessness or negligence on the part of employees. Data compromised by hackers, computer viruses, network outages and other incidents affect our lives in ways which range from inconvenient to life-threatening. It involves protecting systems as well as information on major cyber security threats, like cyber espionage, cyber terrorism, and cyber warfare. Employees may revel in many online activities which may have a negative impact on business –unauthorized file downloading or copying, misusing business emails or connecting with remote mobile devices and other...