Content Delivery Network

  • What is Content Delivery Network?

    Your website speed is business critical. Good performance makes for satisfied customers and recurrent orders. With a Content Delivery Network (CDN) we optimize loading times without compromising the functionality of the website.

    We increase your website speed both by bringing its content as close to the visitor as possible, and by ensuring each page is rendered as fast and efficiently as possible, regardless of the device or the visitor’s location.

    We combine the best techniques such as dynamic contact caching and media optimization to significantly improve the performance of your website.

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  • The possibilities a Content Delivery Network offers

    • CDN and Load Balancer
    • Content Caching
    • Static Content Caching
    • Dynamic Content Caching
    • Client Side Caching
    • Full Control
  • “If something goes wrong just once, you may well lose your reputation. Security can be seen as an insurance, and as such it costs money, but it is extremely important.”

    Author's imagePeter van NoordCo-founder & Director of De Nieuwe Zaak
    Read the entire case of De Nieuwe Zaak (Dutch only)
  • Why KPN Internedservices?

    With Internedservices your data is always subject to Dutch law, because we are a 100% Dutch company. The Content Delivery Network can be obtained for a fixed monthly fee and ensures the loading time of your website is reduced, so your customers are always able to reach you as quickly as possible.

    CDN & Web Optimizer reduce the loading time of your pages; a fast website constitutes satisfied customers and that makes for better conversion.

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  • How does a CDN work?

    The Content Delivery network is a worldwide network of high-speed servers that form the ‘front end’ of your website. The contant of your website is stored and optimized on the CDN servers and requested pages are returned to the visitor from the datacenter that is situated closest to the visitor. Your database with sensitive information remains in the Netherlands, and, as such, subject to Dutch law. Only the content of your website or web application is placed on the CDN servers.

    The Internedservices CDN is built to support a variety of scenarios, from a single server with one IP to multiple servers and multiple IPs, with high availability and failover support as its goal.

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Different types of Content Caching

Content Caching

In the past it took quite some time to configure your caching policies. Nowadays, with the dynamic caching alorithms, technology does all the work for you. Content that can be cached is automatically detected by analysing actual traffic patterns and website content. We herewith ensure that your web pages load as quickly as possible while the latest content is always presented to the visitor.

Static Content Caching

This involves caching your static content such as HTML files, images or Javascript; in order for this to be served directly to the visitor from the different datacenters.

Dynamic Content Caching

It is also possible to identify dynamically generated content; in reality, that does not change often. Which is why it can be cached. This is determined by analysing actual traffic trends and the website content. In addition, we look at patterns in order to determine which data can be retrieved from the cache and which should come from the core server.

Client Caching

The Content Delivery Network also optimizes by using the visitor’s browser caching, ensring that as much content as possible is recorded in the browser cache and/or the mobile device cache. This ensures the best possible user experience.

  • Full Control

    You have full control over the caching policies and can manage it directly from your account. The following caching modes are available:

    • None: No use will be made of the caching possibilities.
    • Standard: we will use standard caching techniques. Only files your web server indicates as static, are stored in static cache.
    • Advanced: Proprietary algorithms are used to optimize and improve the standard caching techniques allowing more content to be stored in the cache on the CDN servers, with all the benefits that entails.

    In case of web applications it is to be expected that advanced caching leads to superior performance. The control panel allows you to see how caching improves your website performance at any time.

  • With the Content Delivery Network of Internedservices you no longer need to worry about your website speed, you always have the fastest possible website.

  • Curious about the possibilities for your organisation?

    Ask Daan Hoeksema – Security specialist

    Are you enthusiastic about this service and curious as to how we can realize this for your organisation? Mail Daan or call him at +31 (0)6 12 44 23 41. You can also complete the form below, he will then contact you.