Image Delivery and CDN

Resources about image delivery, which refers to the quality, resolution, and speed of images delivered on web pages, and image CDN, the practice of storing images on geographically dispersed servers to ensure a user downloads data from the closest server.
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Perspectives on Image Delivery and CDN

Image Performance Best Practices

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Image CDN

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Multi-CDN Management


Further Reading

  • Image Performance Best PracticesResources about best practices for image performance, which discuss optimization methods for faster loading and displaying of images.
  • Image Delivery LatencyResources about image delivery latency on websites, which discuss how to reduce the time it takes for images to get from one designated point to another (typically, from the image server to a website).
  • Image Delivery Architectures and TopologiesResources about architectures and topologies used for image delivery, and techniques used for improving image delivery.
  • Image CDNResources about image management in a Content Delivery Network (CDN), a system of distributed servers that deliver images and other web content to a user, based on his geographic locations.
  • Multi-CDN ManagementResources about multi-CDN, the practice of using more than one CDN provider in order to further improve latency and uptimes on a global scale. 


 

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