Amazon CDN for Improved Website Performance
Amazon’s Cloudfront Content Delivery Network (CDN) has been recently updated to better handle interactive websites or dynamic web content. Read on for an overview of how this will affect your website.
Amazon CDN and Your Website
Although the Amazon CDN has provided customers with both static and dynamic content for some time, they previously relied on partners to expand their bandwidth. Sometimes, this slowed the delivery of dynamic content down. Now, however, customers can integrate content from multiple sources into a single domain. Website users can get to the pages they need more quickly, via a system of cached popular pages. This allows even the most highly interactive websites to stay speedy and functional.
Amazon CDN Integration for eCommerce
You’ll have greater success if you have basic knowledge of XML and development experience in Python, Ruby, Java, or .Net, but Clarity can also help you with this.
The main reason you may consider Amazon CDN for your eCommerce website is if you want to serve up a lot of content, like images and video, every time someone requests it. You’ll have greater success if you have basic knowledge of XML and development experience in Python, Ruby, Java, or .Net, but Clarity can also help you with this. In today’s cutting-edge marketplace, some of the most successful eCommerce catalogs are the ones that can serve up dynamic, interactive content featuring their best products.
Amazon CDN Integration Company in Austin, TX
If you decide Amazon CDN integration is right for your company, Clarity can help you with everything from setting up your accounts to performing the integration itself. And if you’re interested in dynamic content but opt for a service besides Amazon CDN, we can provide some great alternatives. Our clients have been very happy with their dynamic content solutions, and it is often this element that lifts them above their competition.
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