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CDN Log Analysis

Since the beginning of the Internet, the speed of delivering content has been an issue. While processor enhancements, network acceleration, and web frameworks have brought drastic improvements to performance, the goalposts have continued to shift further away; devices operate on wireless connections with limited bandwidth, and the Internet is accessed from every corner of the globe.

The value of performance mesh testing for ISPs, CDNs, telcos and cloud service providers

As a network service provider, you want your customer to see that you consistently deliver excellent performance. You send your customers periodic reports — but those only provide a snapshot. With synthetic tests, you can present your customers with a dynamic report through a public web page, linkshare or a customer branded portal. Watch this webinar replay to learn how Kentik’s API can be used with network performance meshes in Kentik's synthetic monitoring solution to build a live latency report. Kentik’s Anil Murty and Martin Machacek will show you.

7 Best CDN Providers 2022

Web page loading time, or website speed in a more technical phrase, is an important SEO component. It's also the most important aspect of the user experience. Modern internet content consumers have a short attention span and lack patience. You risk losing valuable traffic if your website does not load quickly enough. A CDN (Content Delivery Network) can help a website load faster.

Monitor CDN performance within your Synthetic tests

Content delivery networks (CDNs) reduce latency by delivering cached data (e.g., JavaScript files, stylesheets, images, and videos) from a network of linked proxy servers to end users around the globe. CDNs help reduce the load on your origin servers and shorten the distance that data needs to travel, thus improving the end-user experience.