CDN Pro boasts unique self-service capabilities, along with a friendly, yet powerful user interface and application programming interface (API), for seamless integration into your SDLCs.
CDN Pro is leading the next evolution of content delivery networks (CDN). Our platform accelerates, secures and scales applications — enabling you to have granular control over your content delivery and costs. With a clean workflow and programming interfaces at its core, CDN Pro creates an engaging experience for engineering teams, and it is ready to be fully integrated into the development-automation process.
CDN Pro is designed to accelerate and deliver your applications to users worldwide, regardless of their location. CDN Pro boosts content delivery, improves load times and provides many more clear-cut advantages to deliver an unparalleled user experience.
CDN Pro Key Features
With a rich API, Edge Logic and processing at the edge, features are implemented at CDN level without touching your application codebase.
Edge Logic With Powerful Features
Handle HTTP requests and responses on the edge using NGINX configuration scripts. We made extensive enhancements to the open-source version to meet your CDN requirements.
Flexible Cost/Performance Management
CDN Pro empowers you to self-customize service coverage so you can manage expenses according to the performance you need.
State-of-the-art Load Balancing
Dynamic monitoring of the Internet and direct traffic is based on real-time performance metrics and system-load information.
Access Control at the Edge
You can implement sophisticated access-control algorithms with Edge Logic to process requests to protected content at the edge.
Easy To Use For All Levels Of CDN Users
Easy to get started by anyone with a minimum background in CDN, yet sufficiently powerful for advanced users as well. The version control mechanism and staging environment will be loved by engineers.
CDN Pro boosts content delivery, improves load times, and provides many more clear-cut advantages to deliver an unparalleled user experience.
Coverage & Pricing
CDN Pro is dedicated to providing customers with the finest self-service experience, including the capability of balancing cost with performance. CDNetworks’ global points of presence (PoPs) are organized into four “server groups” based on cost.
$0.057 per GB
$0.112 per GB
$0.197 per GB
$0.279 per GB
We define different prices for traffic served from the four groups. Customers are empowered to self-configure the “server groups” for each country and ISP. In this way, they can fully customize performance and cost for different regions in the world. CDN Pro covers the most significant areas on the planet, and continues to expand its global network reach at a rapid pace.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Los Angeles, USA
New York City, USA
San Jose, USA
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Cape Town, South Africa
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Johannesburg, South Africa
Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
Asia & Oceania
Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
Hamilton, New Zealand
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Incheon, South Korea
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Seoul, South Korea
HTTPS additional charge: $0.99 per million requests. Free traffic usage for up to $50, test CDN Pro with no commitment, no credit card.
1 GB is defined as 1,000,000,000 bytes. Your invoice’s billing traffic volume will be 8% higher than the value returned by our report API to account for network overhead at all layers, such as various protocol headers, TCP and TLS handshakes, and TCP retransmission.
How the model works?
Assume your main objective is to ensure the performance of your website in China and Korea. In this scenario, you may want to configure the CNAME to use all four server groups to serve these two countries, while using the “standard” group to serve the rest of the world. The screenshot on the right shows the completed configuration on the portal.
Consequently, the GSLB algorithm will take all PoPs into consideration to serve the two countries while only considering the “standard” PoPs for the rest of the world. At the end of the billing cycle, the invoice simply shows the amount of traffic served by each server group and the total number of HTTPS requests, with the associated charges.
CDN Pro Features
You can configure CDN Pro, test its behavior in a dedicated staging environment, and then deploy to production in minutes! With CDN Pro, long wait times to create and change configurations by email or phone calls are a thing of the past. CDN Pro also allows you to self-configure edge servers and customize GSLB service maps.
The CDN Pro infrastructure provides a natural shield from a wide array of attacks against content providers and their users. Web Application Firewall (WAF) and DDoS mitigation afford even greater protection against serious threats.
CDN Pro is peered with many ISPs. Moreover, cached content on the edge remains available even if the origin server stops responding to requests.
CDN Pro enables you to reach customers in mainland China. We can even assist in obtaining all necessary permissions and licenses.
CDN Pro provides access to raw data and tools to obtain invaluable insight into your audience’s activity, location, devices, carriers, and more.
By keeping content close to visitors and utilizing intelligent request routing, CDN Pro slashes Time-To-First-Byte (TTFB) latencies and dramatically improves user experiences. As a result, you will obtain a better SEO, bounce-rate reduction, and more.
CDN Pro points of presence are deployed on every continent. User requests are routed to edge servers based on factors such as proximity and resource/content availability, which reduce workloads on origin servers by more than 90%.
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New customers get a monthly discount up to $500 for the first 3 months. For a minimum commitment of $3000 per month, our sales department can set up a customized pricing plan.
We believe our model provides customers with more choices and better control over cost and performance. In the example above, the user may find that the performance offered by “premium+” and lower priced groups already meets their requirements in China, so they can remove the “ultra” group for the China region to avoid any charge at the highest unit price. By comparison, a conventional price model commits users to a locked-in “China” price with fixed performance.
For consistency, server hardware is largely the same across server groups. The main difference between different server groups is the bandwidth cost charged by our vendors (ISPs). A PoP in the “ultra” group is more expensive than one in the “standard” group, but does not necessarily deliver better performance than a “standard” PoP. Performance experienced by each end user is determined by the connectivity between the user and the PoP. Adding the “ultra” group to serve a region just provides our GSLB algorithm more PoPs to choose from, such that the end users in that region are more likely to get a PoP with better connectivity.
No. The CDN Pro GSLB assigns PoPs primarily based on performance. Adding “ultra” to serve a region enables the GSLB to choose from a larger pool of PoPs for that region. If the algorithm determines that a request will be better served by a “standard” PoP, the traffic is still served from that PoP and incurs a “standard” charge.
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In general, the “standard” group delivers excellent coverage for North America , Europe, and some regions in Asia. Adding the “premium” group can enhance the performance in those areas as well as the Middle East. Adding “premium+” delivers good performance in Mainland China and other Asian countries. Adding “Ultra” gives you our best possible performance in all areas. We invite you to try different configurations to determine the right balance between performance and cost.
In the meantime, we are rapidly adding more PoPs globally including South America, Oceania and Africa to expand our coverage.
The technical storage or access is strictly necessary for the legitimate purpose of enabling the use of a specific service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user, or for the sole purpose of carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network.
The technical storage or access is necessary for the legitimate purpose of storing preferences that are not requested by the subscriber or user.
The technical storage or access that is used exclusively for statistical purposes.The technical storage or access that is used exclusively for anonymous statistical purposes. Without a subpoena, voluntary compliance on the part of your Internet Service Provider, or additional records from a third party, information stored or retrieved for this purpose alone cannot usually be used to identify you.
The technical storage or access is required to create user profiles to send advertising, or to track the user on a website or across several websites for similar marketing purposes.