OnApp Upgrades Global Content Delivery Network

Infrastructure-as-a-Service provider OnApp, delivering its IaaS hosting solutions to cloud providers, CDN providers, telcos, carriers, MSPs and enterprises, has upgraded its federated CDN platform for service providers. The all-new version of CDN.net, actually part of the OnApp family of companies, would come with truly global coverage for e-commerce companies, website owners, gaming providers and OTT video companies.

CDN.net would also improve resilience and security for web-based businesses. Using CDN.net reduces the load on a web server by distributing content requests to servers around the world.

This CDN has a fully redundant design. If one server is unreachable, the next fastest server takes over. CDN.net also provides free SSL certificates and a configurable WAF (Web Application Firewalls) for its users, which helps to protect websites from malicious traffic.

Customized CDN

Photo Olga Laguta, VP Sales at CDN.net
“CDN.net is a fast and simple way to make your website or stream perform optimally for your users, which translates to a better customer experience,” said Olga Laguta, VP Sales at CDN.net.

“Covid-19 lockdowns have created a huge demand for e-commerce and entertainment services, so it has never been more important to make sure your Internet presence is as fast as possible,” said Olga Laguta, VP Sales at CDN.net. “CDN.net is a fast and simple way to make your website or stream perform optimally for your users, which translates to a better customer experience, fewer abandoned shopping carts, faster downloads and a more compelling proposition for any company that does business online.”

The CDN.net team also offers customized CDN, private CDN and managed CDN services for customers.

The OnApp company was launched in July 2010. Today, the company powers cloud and CDN services for customers in 93 countries – including an estimated one in three public clouds.

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