Content Delivery Network (CDN)

Super charge your website today with our CDN services. Increase click-throughs, conversions, sales, and repeat visits by increasing the performance of your website. Our CDN services consist of over 40 countries, and over 190 PoP's! Offload your infrastructure on to ours, such as your images, videos, CSS, JavaScript, Video on Demand, and Live Streams. When your clients visit your website, they will be routed to the nearest server to them. By decreasing the distance from your clients to the content, it improves your website performance and load times for the end-user.

All CDN With the Features

HTTP Push

CloudVZ CDN supports HTTP push, which ensures that content is distributed proactively to your customer's chosen CDN locations.

Your customer (e.g. a website owner or content publisher) uploads their content to a CDN Storage server, from where it is pushed to other sites on the CDN. HTTP Push is particularly useful for larger files such as software installers and patches, that would take longer to download from a distant location. Push is normally recommended where file sizes are larger than 50MB.

HTTP Pull

CloudVZ CDN also supports HTTP Pull, which ensures that content is distributed to a specific CDN location when a user requests it.

Your customer (e.g. a website owner) stores content on their origin server, and rewrites URLs to include a subdomain (e.g. cdn.yourcompany.com). When content is requested by an end user, it's pulled to the CDN from the origin server, and delivered to the closest location to the user requesting it.

Push is more suited to smaller file sizes, where the time taken to retrieve the original file will not be particularly noticeable. Customers can also set up alternative pull locations in case the origin server is unavailable.

HTTP Cashing

CloudVZ CDN supports caching of static and dynamic content on edge servers at any CloudVZ CDN location. HTTP caching offloads web content onto the CloudVZ CDN network, and ensures it is delivered faster by storing a copy of the content at the network edge, closer to the end user.

Prefetching content ensures files are already at an end user's closest edge server when they request a piece of content. It's particularly useful for large files. CloudVZ CDN allows you to prefetch content and pre-populate it to your chosen CDN locations.

Purging also helps to ensure that edge servers are serving the latest content. CloudVZ CDN makes it easy to purge files from your CDN - for example, to ensure that banner ads are refreshed on time for the launch of a new sales campaign.

Live Streaming

With live streaming, content providers can deliver live video to end users, similar to traditional broadcasting. CloudVZ CDN enables you to deliver high quality video for your clients, without buffering.

  • Adobe - RTMP / RTMPE / RTMPT
  • Android - RTSP/RTP
  • Flash - HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS)
  • Apple – HTTP Streaming (HLS) for iPhone, iPod, iTouch
  • Microsoft – Smooth Streaming for SilverLight

Video on Demand

CloudVZ’s Video On Demand streaming CDN allows you to deliver video on request and makes it repeatedly accessible to users around the world, regardless of location or Web traffic fluctuations. Like YouTube, consumers can control content and playback, using features such as fast forward or rewind, and have the video buffer from that point instead of having to wait for video to download as with normal progressive streaming.

HTTP Pseudo Streaming

OnApp CDN supports FLV (Flash Video - .flv) and MP4 (QuickTime container - .mp4, .f4v, .mov, .m4v, .mp4a, .3gp, and .3g2). H.264/AAC content in MP4 container files can be delivered to any supported player technology. Playback is up to 1080p – the equivalent to full high definition. This protocol uses Nginix to serve videos through normal http.

CloudVZ CDN supports the following platforms for video on demand:

  • Adobe Flash
  • Apple iOS: iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
  • Microsoft Silverlight
  • Apple QuickTime
  • Android, Blackberry and other 3GPP platforms

Locations

  • Australia
  • Canberra
  • Melbourne
  • Perth (3)
  • Sydney (3)
  • Belgium
  • Brussels
  • Brazil
  • São Paulo
  • Bulgaria
  • Sofia
  • Canada
  • Montreal (2)
  • Saskatoon
  • Toronto (3)
  • Vancouver (2)
  • Croatia
  • Zagreb (2)
  • Czech Republic
  • Prague
  • Zlin
  • Denmark
  • Copenhagen (2)
  • Estonia
  • Tallinn
  • Finland
  • Helsinki
  • France
  • Marseille
  • Strasbourg
  • Villeurbanne
  • Germany
  • Berlin
  • Frankfurt
  • Greece
  • Athens
  • Hong Kong
  • Hungary
  • Budapes (2)
  • India
  • Bombay
  • New Delhi
  • Pune
  • Indonesia
  • Bekasi
  • Ireland
  • Dublin (4)
  • Israel
  • Tel Aviv-Yafo
  • Italy
  • Milan (2)
  • Japan
  • Tokyo
  • Kazakhstan
  • Shakhtinsk
  • Malaysia
  • Cyberjaya
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Netherlands
  • Amsterdam (4)
  • Den Bosch
  • Groningen
  • New Zeland
  • Palmerston North
  • Norway
  • Oslo
  • Poland
  • Gdansk
  • Warsaw
  • Portugal
  • Lisbon
  • Romania
  • Bucharest
  • Russian Federation
  • Moscow
  • Singapore (4)
  • Thailand
  • Bangkok (2)
  • South Africa
  • Cape Town (2)
  • Spain
  • Barcelona (2)
  • Madrid (2)
  • Valencia
  • Sweden
  • Goteborg (2)
  • Stockholm (2)
  • Vaxjo
  • Switzerland
  • Geneva
  • Zurich
  • Turkey
  • Ankara
  • Bursa
  • Istanbul
  • Ukraine
  • Kharkov
  • Kiev
  • Lviv
  • Odessa
  • United Kingdom
  • London (5)
  • Maidenhead
  • Manchester
  • Sheffield
  • United States
  • Arlington
  • Atlanta (4)
  • Buffalo
  • Chicago (4)
  • Cleveland
  • Columbus
  • Dallas (4)
  • Denver (3)
  • Green Bay
  • Houston
  • Jersey City (2)
  • Los Angeles (8)
  • Miami (5)
  • Naperville
  • New York
  • Philadelphia (2)
  • Phoenix (2)
  • Portland
  • Raleigh
  • Sacramento
  • Salt Lake City (2)
  • San Jose
  • Scranton
  • Seattle (2)
  • Tampa
  • Thousand Oaks
  • Washington
  • Encryption Protection CloudVZ supports vanity and shared SSL certificates to protect your content - both from its origin to the CDN, and from the CDN to the end user.
  • Geoblocking CloudVZ CDN supports geoblocking, which allows website owners/content publishers to restrict the availability of content to end users in specific locations. The IP address of incoming requests is checked against a current list of IP allocations. Geoblocking can be set up on an "include" or "exclude" basis.
  • Antileech CloudVZ CDN can protect streams from unauthorized leeching.
  • Secure Token CloudVZ supports Secure Token methods to provide strong content protection against spoofing threats, such as those posted by streaming media interceptors.
  • Secure Delivery (SSL) CloudVZ CDN supports vanity and shared SSL certificates to protect your customers' content - both from their origin to the CDN, and from the CDN to the end user.
  • Hotlink Prevention Customers can activate hotlink prevention for their content through the Control Panel, to stop other sites from accessing resources such as an image or video.