Traditionally, content delivery networks (CDNs) were known to accelerate static content. Amazon C...
Traditionally, content delivery networks (CDNs) were known to accelerate static content. Amazon CloudFront has come a long way and now supports delivery of entire websites that include dynamic and static content. In this session, we introduce you to CloudFront dynamic delivery features that help improve the performance, scalability and availability of your website, while helping you lower your costs. In this session we will talk about architectural patterns such as SSL termination, close proximity connection termination, origin offload with keep-alive connections and last-mile latency improvement. You will also learn how to take advantage of Amazon Route 53 health check, automatic failover and latency-based routing to build highly available web apps on AWS.