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Recommend me a CDN
What I'm looking for:
- load speed/performance
What I require:
1GB storage / 10GB bandwidth / SSL support
I have my eyes on:
- Rackspace Cloud Files ($1.3/m)
- CloudLayer CDN ($2.25/m)
I will consider:
- Incapsula (security) ($19/m)
- Cloudflare (speed) ($20/m)
- MaxCDN (50/50) ($19/m)
- open to suggestion
What I don't want:
- LiquidWeb, CacheFly (no pay-as-you-go)
- Akamai, Edgecast, Limelight... (can't afford)
$20 per month. I only need 1Gb/10GB that's why pay-as-you-go would be ideal.
Is there a particular reason you want origin storage included? Typically you'll find it easier and cheaper to host it on your web server and allow the CDN to cache your data as necessary.
Preferred for pre-load content, but not necessary.
I recommend Amazon CloudFront - its cheaper and have pay-as-you-go option
Oh and you can signup using this special page: http://aws.amazon.com/free/
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I will try some of them and then make my decision, should work out for the best.
CDN77 or CDN.net, or CDNify.com, all running on the OnApp CDN.
Else Speedyrails.com is offering EdgeCast CDN - we used to use it ourself, and still have our CDN account there - Works like charm.
So take a look at those guys.
ive had great experiences with maxCDN
maxCDN. EdgeCast CDN is more popular but since it's out of your budget, go with maxCDN.
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I want to say that EdgeCast CDN is the best one.
But if you have no enough money for it, use than maxCDN, it's not bad as well.
For the sort of storage and bandwidth you are talking about, Amazon Cloudfront or Rackspace CDN will work out to be quite cheaper.
I will suggest MaxCDN, I had used cloud flare but max cdn give you more flexibility.
Locations of the servers seem an important element.
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Not location of servers but the speed and throughput of the network, and the time it takes to send the files out of the servers, is what really matters.
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Look at softlayer. I personally have no experience with their CDN's but their network is fantastic and they offer good support.
I have used maxcdn and it works for most of the situation
Amazon Cloudfront does a decent job.
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Dont forget about CloudFlare) have a good plans... and affordable prices
MaxCDN is good, CloudFlare also offers great CDN service
Futurehosting and EuroVPS have some interesting options, too.
Happy customer of MaxCDN here. Not very cheap though.
I will suggest you MAXCDN or amazon
i recomemded Incapsula CDN is Pro
There's a CDN offers thread as well if you have not seen it. It's pretty buried.
I'd recommend either Edgecast or Amazon CloudFront. For Edgecast, you can go through a reseller so you only pay for what you use and there isn't a minimum bandwidth commit rate.
GoGrid resell for Edgecast.
I would recommend MaxCDN. They are great to work with and have great pricing.
I would agree with opticalglobe you can also check at liquidweb I think they sell it as well with servers located in multiple location across the globe
I recommend MaxCDN. Amazon is also a great alternative.
Another alternative might be:
I'm seeing the comparison with other products related to cdn and has several points in its favor. (How does MetaCDN compare?
MetaCDN offers a high performance site acceleration at a fraction
of the cost of our competitors.)
Important: Multi-network failover
100% uptime via redundant global CDNs
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Amazon CDN or Cloudflare
HugeServer.Com has some good offers about CDN , you can check it.
You use https?
Because CloudFlare it´s free
I've been using
FrontRangeHosting's OnApp CDN for a while now with no problems. Although, you don't want pay as you go, so I guess thats out of the question. Please note that if you want to use your own domain name with SSL, that can cost you $80+ extra.
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