Efficiently Deliver Content via a Globally Distributed Network
Accelerate the delivery of content to visitors all around the world by caching content across thousands of global delivery servers.
Leverage leading content delivery networks (CDNs) – Akamai, Fastly and CloudFront – without any integration or maintenance hassles. Plug and play!
Deliver content from thousands of worldwide edges to ensure faster page loads and effortless scaling.
Dynamically Switch Between Multiple CDNs
Don’t settle for a single CDN. Deliver images through multiple CDNs that, when combined, offer a comprehensive global delivery solution resulting in a fast, consistent and reliable user experience.
Real-time monitoring and performance data is used to dynamically switch between different CDN providers to route traffic on the fastest-possible path. If a particular CDN is having issues or suffering from a system-wide slowdown, Cloudinary routes around it.
Multiple CDN makes it easy for you to efficiently deliver content without having to integrate individual solutions or maintain configuration sync and load balancing across different networks.
Automatically Adapt Images for Delivery in any Context
Cloudinary makes it easy for you to efficiently deliver content via multiple CDNs without having to integrate individual solutions or maintain configuration sync and load balancing across different networks.
Automatic format selection and conversion
Dynamically determine the most efficient format for every image, based on the content and viewing browser, and automatically switch formats, on the fly.
Automatic width adjustment
Dynamically adjust the image width to deliver a version that suits each user’s device resolution and viewport dimensions, without wasting bandwidth.
Automatic pixel density detection
Determine the pixel density of the viewing device and manipulate the image at delivery to match device pixel ratio.
Dynamically Create SEO-Friendly Delivery URLs
Customize delivery URLs to leverage your own domain using a flexible SEO-friendly naming convention.
Dynamically add different suffixes to create multiple descriptive URLs for the same files. These URLs enable you to describe the specific content for search engines or to support different languages for a single image.
Concise and meaningful file names allow search engines to interpret the content, thereby optimizing SEO rankings.