Edge Computing Platform
Optimize and deliver rapid-speed user experiences
Edge Computing ensures ultra-low latency and high bandwidth/performance computing.
CDNetworks Edge Computing Platform (ECP) enables customers to meet growing business demands by effortlessly deploying and scaling up container-based applications. ECP places high-performance compute, storage and network resources as close as possible to end users. Doing so lowers the cost of data transport, decreases latency, and increases locality. ECP is a container orchestration system built on Kubernetes and Docker for customers to write container-based applications once and deploy them everywhere.
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CDNetworks provides unmatched scale for rapidly expanding your container-based applications
Aggregated bandwidth ensures high performance and availability, even with peak traffic
< 50 ms
Ultra Low Latency
Fast application processing and communication between edge and end points
Distributed PoPs coverage to insure ultra-low latency
Compatibility with all types of private protocols
Automated deployment, self-healing, auto scaling, application monitoring & reporting
Comprehensive technical support
App Auto Deployment
Application Monitoring and Reporting System
Multiple Edge Pops
Public IP Addresses for Customer Pods
Layer 4/7 Load Balancing
Automated Application Deployment
When developers specify a Pod, they can optionally specify the resources each container needs. Kubernetes runs a scheduler that automatically makes decisions about which nodes to place their Pods on, based on requests as well as predefined schedule policies and preferences. Manual application planning is not required.
Kubernetes scheduler will restart containers that fail, replace and reschedule containers when nodes die, and kill containers that don’t respond to any health check.
Automatic rolling updates
Deployment controller allows developers do application rollouts and rollbacks with ease.
Horizontal Pod Autoscaling (HPA)
Scale applications up and down automatically based on resource usage such as CPU and memory.