Accelerate the delivery of static and dynamic content of your web applications. Maximize your website speed by deliver your content from our global network and offload your origin infrastructure while reducing IT costs.
Serve your dynamically-generated content through our network and optimize every connection from users to your origin to deliver lightning-fast website performance.
Remove cached content instantly from all of our edge nodes by specific URLs, regular expressions or entire site through our graphical user interface or integrate this functionality with your CMS through our API.
Reduce bandwidth utilization on the middle-mile by enabling compression on-the-fly of HTML, CSS, JS, XML, JSON and TXT files. Deliver faster responses to your end-users and offload processing from your origin leaving this task to us.
Control the delivery of your content with our custom cache rules to instruct our edge nodes what and for how long to cache or even not cache your files by URL or regular expressions.
Set short expiration times (low TTLs) for frequently changing content. Caching dynamic content for very short periods, even as low as 5 seconds, can substantially reduce load in application and database servers at your origin.
Dynamic websites can benefit from serving entire cached HTML pages from our network, instead of generating the same dynamic content for each user request at your origin, which consumes expensive computing resources by making requests to application and database servers.
Redirect users at the edge to a cached version of your website suited for their country. We can detect the country of your end-users and pass this in a HTTP header to your origin for geographic content customizations for the same URL.
Define different content behaviors by setting the expiration period of your cached files overriding your origin cache-control headers to serve more content from cache. Set a default behavior for your whole site or use specific custom rules.
Objects in cache are uniquely identified by the protocol HTTP or HTTPS your end-users are using.
Cached content is based on query string parameters to generate customized content.