January 4, 2019 / GuidesFor Team
Content Delivery Networks are a network of proxy servers to decrease the distance a data packet will travel to the end user. It should result in lower latencies and ultimately a better end-user experience. According to Liquidweb, half of the global traffic volume is now running on CDNs. The global reach and reduced latency is a big factor for content providers to use CDN’s to deliver their data. But does it? Are CDN’s working as intended? Without network monitoring, a theory is just theory and most likely just a marketing spiel. This article talks about using network monitoring to check the real-time performance of a decentralized CDN.
– Miyagi Kazuki
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