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What Is a CDN | Explained

Watch this video to learn what is a CDN (Content Delivery Network) and how it works. Start your online journey with Hostinger web hosting 👉
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Find out everything you need to know about CDN, including what is a CDN and an origin server. We’ll also explain in detail how a CDN works and answer frequently asked questions about CDNs.

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🕒 Timestamps

00:00 – Intro
00:10 – What Is a CDN?
00:52 – What Is an Origin Server?
01:36 – What Is a CDN Edge Server?
02:12 – How Does a CDN Work?
05:05 – Frequently Asked Questions for CDN
08:39 – Outro

🟣 What Is a CDN?

CDN stands for Content Delivery Network and is a group of servers spread across different locations. This network offers several points of presence outside of the origin server, which helps websites better manage their traffic by handling user requests faster and providing a better user experience.

🟣 What Is an Origin Server?

An origin server is a computer that hosts your original web files. Without a CDN, visitors will need to request and receive information directly from your site’s server. The farther the distance between the end-user and an origin server, the longer the user will have to wait for the page to load.

🟣 What Is a CDN Edge Server?

An edge server is a computer that can cache content retrieved from an origin server. They are located in physical data centers spread worldwide – the points of presence. Users can retrieve data from a physically closer CDN edge server, which is especially helpful when there is a sudden spike in your website’s traffic.

🟣 How Does a CDN Work?

When a user requests to access your website, your CDN will retrieve data from the origin server. Then, the CDN will copy this data and place it in the nearest edge server. This data will be cached and reused for future requests.

Using a CDN can benefit your website by:

👉 Reducing bandwidth consumption.
👉 Improving the website’s performance.
👉 Strengthening security.

🟣 Frequently Asked Questions about CDNs
Watch this video to find out the answers to:

👉 What’s the difference between pull and push CDNs?
👉 Does a CDN work with mobile devices?
👉 What’s the difference between static and dynamic content?
👉 CDN and VPN – what’s the difference?

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