Watch this session to learn how you can deliver your websites with low latency using the Amazon CloudFront content delivery network. Explore how the latest features of CloudFront, such as Brotli, TLSv1.3, and CloudFront Functions, can enrich your application. Also, discover best practices that will help optimize your users’ experience and learn from real-world implementations.
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Learn about new features and best practices that can help you secure your website and API traffic from malicious activity.
Learn how to improve your low-latency gaming architecture using AWS edge services like Amazon Route 53, Amazon CloudFront, and AWS Global Accelerator.
Dr. Werner Vogels, CTO, Amazon.com, looks at the past, present and future of the cloud and how it is changing what developers can build.
This calculator will configure a cost estimate that fits your unique business or personal needs with Amazon CloudFront.
In Omdia's 2020 vendor evaluation of Content Delivery Networks (CDN) for video workloads, Amazon CloudFront was recognized as a Leader in this space.
In this tech talk, learn how Audible tuned CloudFront and Lambda@edge, made architectural decisions, tested performance improvements, and seamlessly migrated from a competing CDN.
In this blog series, we are sharing our content delivery network migration story for OLX Europe – which focuses on trading used goods.
In 2020, users have come to expect a flawless streaming media experience, whether it’s video, music, or audiobooks.
In this first blog, you will be given an overview of the benefits and the recommended step-by-step process to follow when migrating to Amazon CloudFront in the AWS Cloud.
In this 2-minute video, you’ll see the difference between traversing the public internet to deliver an object stored in Northern Virginia to an end user in Sydney Australia vs. leveraging CloudFront t
In this blog post, we will provide an overview of the performance, security, and cost benefits you get when using CloudFront to serve dynamic and/or static assets from Amazon EC2.
Using cookies provides transparent authentication to web apps, and also allows you to secure downloads of any content, not just source code.
Have you ever been in a situation where you have lots of images and you want to modify their dimensions, apply watermark for new design layouts, or optimize their formats based on browser support?
In this post, you will learn how to add response headers that are specifically targeted to improve the security and privacy of both viewers and content providers.
In this Lab, you will learn how to set up a CloudFront distribution to front a simple web application with static and dynamic content.
In this blog, we will walk through the end-to-end process of self-hosting a WordPress site with Amazon Lightsail, installing the plugin, and using the new CloudFront workflow.
In this post, we demonstrate how to use CloudFront to deliver both static and dynamic content using a single distribution, for dynamic and static websites and web applications.
Learn more about the two most common approaches to measuring CDN performance: Real User Monitoring (RUM) and Synthetic monitoring.
Learn how to configure your Amazon CloudFront distribution using Lambda@Edge to serve private content from your own custom origin.
Watch this AWS TechTips demo and learn how to set up a CloudFront distribution with your Amazon S3 origin.