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Dynamic Web Acceleration

Last update:2020-04-29 09:00:54


Total Cost of Ownership for Accelerating Dynamic Sites and Application


A growing number of organizations are delivering mission-critical applications and dynamic content to end users – whether employees, partners, or customers – via the Internet. This shift is necessary to satisfy growing demands for anywhere, anytime access to processes and data, along with expectations for interactive site experiences.

However, it’s challenging for organizations to ensure that dynamic applications and content are delivered quickly and reliably – especially when users are located far from a company’s origin server. Plus, dynamic content is noncacheable due to its highly personalized and time-sensitive nature, which negates the effectiveness of traditional caching techniques in speeding up performance. Unfortunately, this critical issue simply cannot be ignored – when applications and content are slow or unavailable, application adoption and usage plummet and site abandonment soars.

As organizations weigh their options for addressing this issue, most find themselves comparing the choice of building out data centers against outsourcing dynamic web and application delivery to a content delivery network (CDN) provider like CDNetworks.

This document presents information on the total cost of ownership of both options, along with critical ROI
considerations, making it clear why CDNetworks Dynamic Web Acceleration solution is the smart choice.

Overview of CDNetworks Dynamic Web Acceleration

CDNetworks Dynamic Web Acceleration is a service that enables organizations to quickly and reliably deliver applications and dynamic content from their centralized infrastructure to users around the world. Because CDNetworks’ global network delivers LAN-like performance for any web traffic running over HTTP/HTTPS, it eliminates the need for organizations to build out costly datacenters.

The Dynamic Web Acceleration solution uses advanced technologies to speed up and optimize the way application
servers interact with the network. As a result, it overcomes the limitations of the legacy TCP/IP protocol, a narrowband transmission protocol ill-suited to address the sophisticated delivery requirements of highly dynamic web application and content.

Using a state-of-the-art optimally tuned TCP stack across the Internet middle mile, Dynamic Web Acceleration transparently reduces response time and increases application availability. This standards-compliant solution is designed to address network latency and the request/response nature of web-based applications. By increasing TCP throughput and maintaining a pool of open connections, Dynamic Web Acceleration significantly reduces the number of round-trips between the end user and application server, thereby accelerating application response time to provide a LAN-like experience.

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LPVIDHelp us to respond to chat requests. It helps us to improve our chat service by providing us with limited monitoring. For example, the chat number and duration.2 years
_gaGoogle analytics used to distinguish users2 years
_gatGoogle Universal Analytics for performance1 mins
_gidGoogle Universal Analytics for performance24 hours