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Content Delivery using
Amazon Cloudfront
Presented By:
Piyush Agrawal
Date: 20th March’18
Agenda
• Define the term CDN
• Introduction to Cloudfront
• Key Terms and Components
• How it Operates
• Use cases and Tro...
What is CDN?
• A CDN (Content Delivery Network) uses a network of
geographically dispersed Servers(edge locations or POPs)...
What is CDN?
• A CDN (Content Delivery Network) uses a network of
Geographically dispersed Servers(edge locations or POPs)...
Introduction to Cloudfront?
• Amazon CloudFront is a web service that speeds up distribution of
your static and dynamic we...
Features
• Low Latency: Improves Media Load time.
• Redundant: Eliminates single point of Failure.
• Scalable: Ensure grea...
Key Terms and Components
• Distribution: Set of rules that controls how cloudfront will access the content you
want to del...
Key Terms and Components
How it Operates?
Use Cases and Troubleshooting
• I can't view the files in my web distribution
• Did you sign up for both CloudFront and Am...
Resources
• Web Book
• http://s3.amazonaws.com/awsdocs/CF/latest/cf_dg.pdf
• FAQs
• https://aws.amazon.com/faqs/?nc1=f_dr
...
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AWS Cloudfront Fundamentals

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AWS Cloudfront Fundamentals

  1. 1. Content Delivery using Amazon Cloudfront Presented By: Piyush Agrawal Date: 20th March’18
  2. 2. Agenda • Define the term CDN • Introduction to Cloudfront • Key Terms and Components • How it Operates • Use cases and Troubleshooting • Resources
  3. 3. What is CDN? • A CDN (Content Delivery Network) uses a network of geographically dispersed Servers(edge locations or POPs) to cache copies of content close to end users, lowering latency when they download or stream objects.
  4. 4. What is CDN? • A CDN (Content Delivery Network) uses a network of Geographically dispersed Servers(edge locations or POPs) to cache copies of content close to end users, lowering latency when they download or stream objects.
  5. 5. Introduction to Cloudfront? • Amazon CloudFront is a web service that speeds up distribution of your static and dynamic web content, such as .html, .css, .js, and image files, to your users. • CloudFront delivers your content through a worldwide network of data centers called edge locations.
  6. 6. Features • Low Latency: Improves Media Load time. • Redundant: Eliminates single point of Failure. • Scalable: Ensure great experience as number of end users grows • Global: Worldwide network provides great experience regardless of geography • Cost-Effective: Pay as you go model provides flexibility for your business.
  7. 7. Key Terms and Components • Distribution: Set of rules that controls how cloudfront will access the content you want to deliver • Origin: Source of your content, S3 bucket or HTTP Server • Object: Files uploaded at origin server, includes web pages, images, media files etc. • Domain Name: The output domain, assigned by domain name to your distribution • Edge Location: collections of servers in geographically dispersed data centers where Cloudfront caches copies of your objects.
  8. 8. Key Terms and Components
  9. 9. How it Operates?
  10. 10. Use Cases and Troubleshooting • I can't view the files in my web distribution • Did you sign up for both CloudFront and Amazon S3? • Are your Amazon S3 bucket and object permissions set correctly? • Is your alternate domain name (CNAME) correctly configured?
  11. 11. Resources • Web Book • http://s3.amazonaws.com/awsdocs/CF/latest/cf_dg.pdf • FAQs • https://aws.amazon.com/faqs/?nc1=f_dr • Videos: • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmtg-4rzCtQ • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxEwKBymiE8 • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ideptk0sJcM

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