Recent Reviews for Content Delivery Network Companies 2018
What is a Content Delivery Network?
A content delivery network (CDN) is an interconnected system of servers deployed in multiple data centers across the Internet. The goal is to provide content rapidly to end-users by duplicating the content on multiple servers and directing the content to users based on proximity. By serving from a closer location, the performance of the website increases and by using multiple servers redundancy and the ability to cope with spikes in traffic is significantly improved. CDNs also offload the traffic served directly from the website provider's origin infrastructure, resulting in reduced bandwidth costs.
Reviewed by Andrey Golubyev from Pabowl
I've been using CDN services for some of my ecommerce clients that have different GEO locations. For the last 6 months I... Read More
Reviewed on 03 February 2016
Reviewed by Alex from Madden
I enjoyed great contact with SpaceCDN representative - I used CDN service for the first time. That's why it is natural t... Read More
Reviewed by Frank Jensen from Zimoi.com
- Easy to set up
- Cheap overage rates
- Large network
Reviewed on 16 January 2015
We needed a solution to the huge traffic spikes we occasionally receive which were causing our site to crash. I was unsu... Read More
Reviewed on 15 January 2015
I love the raw log feature. It let's me export all my raw logs from the CDN straight to my server in real time!
Reviewed on 13 November 2014
Large network with global reach, great prices in USA and Australia, easy to use dashboard and very helpful technical sup... Read More
Reviewed by Matt Stevenson
Great performance and great service!! We use CDNetworks specifically for delivery into China and Russia and the performa... Read More
Reviewed on 06 September 2013
MaxCDN is a great cheaper alternative to other CDN services currently available in the market. I have been using it for ... Read More
Reviewed on 02 April 2013