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1answer
537 views

Google Cloud Storage vs Amazone S3 + Cloudfront? [closed]

So I am building a web service which is going to be hosting files up to 500mb in size, and am finished with the coding and now deciding on hosting. I see that Amazon Web Services is very popular, but ...
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1answer
48 views

AWS: In what situations would you NOT want to put your entire domain in front of a CloudFront distribution?

Given the relatively recent support for POST/PUT/etc. (http://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2013/10/15/amazon-cloudfront-now-supports-put-post-and-other-http-methods/), if you don’t require any ...
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3answers
178 views

How to host a Wordpress site on multiple servers due to geographical siteload issues?

Wordpress website is currently hosted in the US, this is where 40% of our target audience is. The rest of visitors are coming form Middle east, Australia, Russia, China, Singapore, UK, Switzerland, ...
3
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1answer
931 views

Setting up CloudFront CDN on a cookieless root domain

I have recently set up an AWS S3 bucket for my site's static content, along w/ a CloudFront distribution for my CDN. I have this working using a sub-domain. However, after running YSlow, I realized ...
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0answers
132 views

Can/Should I point the custom origin of a CDN (CloudFront) to a AName for a Load Balancer (ELB)?

I don't want to point my CloudFront CDN to a specific EC2 instance, I'd like to point it to the ELB that they are behind. Is this possible? Any gotchas? I tried it and I am getting a 404 from ELB ...
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2answers
166 views

Can a CDN (specifically CloudFront) stampede its origin server after a miss?

Similar to how a memcache server can stampede a db after a missed hit. Should I ever expect high traffic from my CDN(s)?
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1answer
371 views

Preload/Prime Amazon Cloud Front CDN before move.

I am changing CDNs and I would like to preload some content to AWS Cloud Front so that my origin server is not hammered during that transition. Any tips?
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1answer
98 views

Running my own CDN alongside Amazons S3 for nearby visitors

I am running a blog on shared webhosting. The website itself is on the hosting, but my files right now are on Amazons S3 CDN. I have made a bucket lockated in the US, and I have setup a virtual host ...
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3answers
701 views

CDN for caching REST api

I am doing some research on CDN providers, however I have a hard time finding out which ones are available, what exactly they offer, and if they are appropriate for my purpose. Hopefully you guys can ...