Robust Global Content Delivery Network

Increased Website Performance

The Incapsula Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a global network that uses intelligent caching and cache control options, as well as high-speed storage and optimization tools to improve your website performance while lowering bandwidth costs.

  • Dynamic caching technology based on machine learning.
  • Peered, Tier 1 transit system for optimal coverage.
  • Security and bot management features.


Intelligent Caching & Controls

  • Static content-HTML, images, JavaScript, etc.
  • Dynamic content- resources cached to improve performance
  • Served from the globally distributed data centers
  • Custom caching rules for full control

Content Networking & Optimization

  • Compressesion of HTML, CSS and JavaScript files
  • Both lossy and lossless image compression
  • Advanced code minification techniques
  • TCP connection pre-pooling minimizing latency

Application Delivery Rules

  • Rules propagated throughout network in seconds
  • Traffic auto-redirected based on attributes such as URL patterns, cookies, content of HTTP/S header
  • Custom rules can be defined by visitor behavior
  • Connections are offloaded and round-trip times are shortened between your web server and other backend server

HTTP/2 & IPV6 Support

  • HTTP/2 offers significant improvements to website load speeds and responsiveness
  • HTTP/2 enhances security by enforcing best practices
  • Dual-stack support for both IPv4 and IPv6
  • Compliancy and business advantages of dual-stack IPv4+IPv6 delivery

Questions and Answers

While content delivery networks also solve ancillary problems such as improving global availability and reducing bandwidth, the main problem they address is latency: the amount of time it takes for the host server to receive, process, and deliver on a request for a page resource (images, CSS files, etc.).
It’s important to think about who will be accessing your website and from where when you buy a CDN. Legacy CDNs typically have the most servers, or points of presence (POP), spread out across the most locations. Most newer CDNs have taken a different approach, building Super POPs.
The CDN you pick really matters. Your benefits will vary depending on which provider you choose, as well as things like how your CDN stores content and how far their PoPs are from users. To pick the most effective CDN for your site, first you need to know where your users are.
Content Delivery Networks bring content closer to mobile browsers, just as they do for desktop browsers. Consequently, CDN are also beneficial for mobile browsing performance.

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