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  • Blog Post: Understanding Windows Azure CDN Billing

    What is the Windows Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN)? The Windows Azure CDN is a global solution for delivering high-bandwidth content hosted on Windows Azure . The CDN caches publicly available objects at strategically placed locations to provide maximum bandwidth for delivering content to users...
  • Blog Post: Best Practices for the Windows Azure Content Delivery Network

    Excerpted from: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg680299.aspx How can I use web.config to manage the caching behavior in hosted-object CDN delivery? The Windows Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) honors the cache control headers provided by the hosted service. If the content is provided...
  • Blog Post: UPDATED: 24 Nodes Available Globally for the Windows Azure CDN Including New Node in Doha, QT

    2/24/11 UPDATE: We're excited to announce a new node in Doha, QT to improve performance for clients on the QTel and affiliated networks. The most common question we get asked about the Windows Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) is, "Where are the nodes physically located?" We're happy to say...
  • Blog Post: Two New Nodes for the Windows Azure CDN Enhance Service Across Asia

    We are happy to announce that two additional nodes for the Windows Azure Content Delivery Network are now live in Seoul, Korea and Taipei, Taiwan. These two new nodes bring the total number of CDN physical nodes available globally to 22, with six of these nodes available in the Asia-Pacific region. These...
  • Blog Post: How to Get Started with the Windows Azure CDN

    A new guide, "Getting Started with the Windows Azure CDN" , is now available to help you understand how to enable the Windows Azure CDN and begin caching your content. Included is a short list of prerequisites for using the Windows Azure CDN, as well as step-by-step instructions for getting started...
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