CDN has a stronghold on all of us! We are all users, not just business people, and we engage with CDNs every day. Without it, content delivery would not be as efficient as it is now. Each image, video, content, etc., is served via a CDN. If this got you excited and want to learn more, you’re in the right place. So, let’s start.
What does CDN mean?
CDN is the short abbreviation of “Content Delivery Network.” What does it mean? It’s a server network covering a vast geographic area and has specific server locations. The goal is to comprehensively protect the territory from which potential tourists may originate.
Every server on a network is referred to as a PoP or Point of Presence. This is because they all have data for users of specific locations in their cache memory. It’s a service that you can use in addition to your primary web hosting.