This blog details how Amazon CloudFront’s recently announced Origin Shield can enhance your multi-CDN media workload by minimizing the load on our your origin. This reduction in origin load can improve your origin’s availability, reduce its operating costs, and even improve general performance for your viewers.
Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery network (CDN) that securely delivers static and dynamic web content with low latency and high transfer speeds using a global network of edge locations. When you request content that is served via CloudFront, you are routed to the nearest edge location in order to minimize network latency and maximize […]
Many websites and web applications serve a combination of static content—HTML, CSS, JPG, or other files that all end viewers can see—and dynamic content, which is personalized for each end viewer. Fortunately, Amazon CloudFront can serve both types of content, to reduce latency, protect your architecture, and optimize costs. In this post, we demonstrate how […]
In online advertising, cookies play a key role in identifying and profiling users. They allow advertisers to display targeted and personalized ads to users as they browse the internet, from a desktop browser or mobile browser. Advertisers can achieve this personalization by assigning a cookie to users when their ads are displayed on websites or […]
Special thanks to Raul Frias for contributing to this blog post Lambda@Edge enables you to run AWS Lambda functions globally so that you can process and respond to user requests at low latencies. Running Lambda functions in close geographical proximity to users helps satisfy a number of use cases, such as website personalization, Search Engine […]
Benchmarking Content Delivery Network (CDN) performance is a common practice to understand what real end users will experience in a production environment. In this blog, we discuss how to evaluate CDN performance with the options available today for Real User Monitoring (RUM) and Synthetic monitoring.
Your game development process is done and now it’s time to go to market. Read how Amazon CloudFront can accelerate the delivery of your game files and how AWS Shield and AWS WAF can protect your application.