Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) have helped organizations scale their applications and website content for years. However, the prevalence of cloud computing has sparked misunderstandings about the relationship between cloud and CDNs.
As the lines between the cloud and CDN continue to blur, the question often arises of whether CDNs are still necessary. To the contrary, a CDN actually drives cloud adoption through enhanced performance, scalability, security and cost savings.
In this online discussion hosted by Cloud Ecosystem, Internap’s Pete Mastin discusses the relationship between CDNs and the cloud, and how it can benefit your business.
For more information on the relationship between CDNs and cloud, download the white paper, CDN: A Cloud Accelerant.