Content Delivery Network
Updated: April 14, 2011
The Windows Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) offers developers a global solution for delivering high-bandwidth content that's hosted in Windows Azure. The CDN caches publicly available objects at strategically placed locations to provide maximum bandwidth for delivering content to users.
Use the links on this page as a jumpstart to understanding of CDN on Windows Azure. This page will be updated periodically when new content is available, so check back often to see what’s new.
Provides information that helps you understand the basic workings of Windows Azure CDN.
Provides information to help you enable CDN on a storage account or hosted service.
Contains a list of the current Windows Azure CDN node locations and the regions in which they reside.
Provides answers to a list of frequently asked questions about using the CDN.
A set of frequently asked questions about billing for Window Azure CDN services.
Windows Azure platform training course in which you can learn how to scale your static blob content out to the Windows Azure CDN.
Find the latest questions and answers that involve using CDN in the Windows Azure platform forums.