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What is stale content, and how it should be treated? Stale content is the one that has expired in cache. It’s widely known that CDN (content delivery network) doesn’t keep an object in cache forever: every file has a TTL (Time to live), and as soon as it reaches zero, the object expires. After that, CDN must contact the origin server to send the object to visitors more...
Root domain on a CDN: to leave or not to leave? Today it is not common to publish a website on the root domain (also named “domain apex”), while running the site via CDN (content delivery network) is the recent trend that can give end-users excellent experience. CDN provides you with an endpoint to the point in DNS, and sometimes you can’t use a CNAME on the root domain. What to do? more...
CDN or caching: what is better? Before CDN (content delivery network) was introduced, traditional caching had been the major way of page acceleration. Some people claim that CDN is preferable because it caches and transfers static files (codes, JavaScript, CSS, images) and improves performance by requesting the entire web page from domain. However, there is an older and cheaper alternative: setting the Expires header and forcing browser to cache static files which allows reducing the number of requests. What is the best for performance, and may the two ways be combined? more...
What Modern CDN Solutions For Low Latency Streaming Are Like? Since online streaming is gaining wild popularity, more content owners start asking about low latency video based streaming solutions. Traditionally, a live event is a live one-way stream from a broadcaster to viewers, and latency during broadcasting may be around 15-45 seconds, if not more. Interaction and users’ participation are almost impossible this way. However, interaction is crucial in many spheres of our life: education and online classrooms, talk shows, virtual gaming, auctions, etc. more...
Main reasons to order CDN With more than 2.5 billion users, Internet is a huge virtual landscape. Businesses that want to be successful should be able to reach customers globally. But how to sustain perfect web performance and ensure excellence of user experience despite poor connection, security threats and latency? more...
Disaster recovery: can I afford it? While implementing new technologies and trends like automation technologies, virtual assistants, etc. you should not forget about safety. Fires, floods and power outages may happen any time, so you should always have disaster recovery plan included in your annual budget. more...
7 Essential Tips for Optimizing Images If you notice that an abundance of images on your web-site slows it down, it’s high time to optimize them. This is crucial for both good ranking and SEO, so you should always take into account how images are optimized on your website. The recommendations given below are applicable for both WordPress and other websites. more...
CDN vs Web-site Backup Although CDN (content delivery networks) have been around for years, there is still a misconception that they provide web-site backup. Why customers need backup is to have web-site 24/7 available. To make a backup copy, it is required to duplicate the primary server and database, apps, content management system and the rest of its content. more...
502 Bad Gateway on a CDN: How come I have it? 502 – Bad Gateway” is an HTTP error that occurs not often, but still can be encountered when users are trying to access content from a Pull Zone. What does this error mean, and how to fix it? more...
Accelerate your web-site with JoDiHost JoDiHost is a provider of CDN (content delivery network) that aims to ensure outstanding customer experience. Wide choice of CDN solutions from Verizon Digital Media Services and reliable customer support make our company a great choice for many online businesses. more...

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