April 8, 2014

Everything You Need To Know About CDN Load Balancing

You may think that one CDN is sufficient for your business, but the advantages of load balancing between several CDNs can't be denied. Fortunately, the ability to load balance between multiple CDNs is not only readily available, but it is also affordable. This report explains the factors you should include in your planning and decision.

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    Load Balancing is the primary interest.

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