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GitHub Action to Cloudflare Workers Sites

As time goes by, I’m looking for solutions that require as little maintenance as possible. One of those is deploying our client web app and our homepage directly on the CDN edge, with GitHub Actions. Not only we don’t need a server to host the app, but the deployment script is also serverless and maintenance-less. This allows me to focus on important tasks, knowing that deployment and serving of the app is always blazing fast.


Boost CDN Performance by 20-40% with Catchpoint Synthetic Monitoring

Content Distribution Networks (CDN) have been around for more than two decades, and as per Intricately 2019 report, there are over a million companies leveraging CDN services from across the world. In the chart below, they have compared four popular CDNs but there are several other major CDN providers such as Verizon Media (Edgecast) and Lumen. Large enterprises such as Linkedin, Ebay, Walmart, and others have already implemented a multi-CDN approach to power all their applications.


Monitoring CDN Cache Hit Miss Ratio

In today’s Tip of the Day, we are looking at validating the performance of your CDN cache vs. the CDN origin content. Having this information at your fingertips will allow you to verify that (i) your CDN service is improving performance for your end users; and (ii) they are adhering to your SLAs. Your CDN Monitoring solution needs to offer a comprehensive set of insights into regional performance problems, network routing challenges, and other overall performance issues, including origin vs.

Tip of the Day - CDN Hit or Miss ?

Understand how your CDN's are performing with regards to the number of Hits or Misses !!! Remember, if a browser requests a piece of content and the CDN has it cached, then it will deliver that content. This is referred to as a cache hit. However, if the content is not available on the Cache Server(s), then the CDN makes the request back to the Origin server, this is classified as a cache miss. You want cache hits, NOT misses

Website Performance Optimization How-to: 13 Ways to Improve Speed and Get a Better User Experience

In today’s digital world, everything comes down to speed. It doesn’t matter if you have the most complex and good looking site if it takes forever to load. There are various reasons why your website may load slowly, but no matter the cause, today I’m going to show you some useful techniques to help improve your website performance and speed and ensure a smooth user experience.


Epsagon Introduces Fastly Technology Integration

Epsagon is excited to announce another expansion to its technology integrations with out-of-the-box observability for Fastly. Fastly provides an edge cloud platform that processes, serves, and secures customer applications as close to end-users as possible. By caching web content and storing it as close as possible to end-users, Fastly enables optimized load times for on-demand applications and services.

Observability at The Edge with Fastly and Datadog

You use CDNs because they allow you to serve content as quickly and reliably as possible. But how well are your systems performing? How securely are you moving data—and how do you know which parts of your environment are slowing you down? Learn how to improve end user experiences, accelerate development, and take full advantage of edge computing in this joint webinar.

Optimize Ghost Blog Performance Including Rewriting Image Domains to a CDN

The Ghost blogging platform offers a lean and minimalist experience. And that's why we love it. But unfortunately sometimes, it can be too lean for our requirements. Web performance has become more important and relevant than ever, especially since Google started including it as a parameter in its SEO rankings. We make sure to optimize our websites as much as possible, offering the best possible user experience.