Speed Up your Content Delivery: According to Stackpath; Accelerate your website by over 68% to grow revenue and reach visitors globally. With our high-performance Content Delivery Network (CDN), your website will deliver from all over the world at lightning speeds.
How does It work? Stackpath working Model:
StackPath CDN stores your most recently and frequently requested content in StackPath edge locations close to where the content being demand. That way content can deliver to end-users more quickly and reliably, for a superior end-user experience and more efficient operations. For example; Simple Delivery from origin: 200ms+ while Delivery from StackPath: 20ms.
Features of Content Caching & Fast Purge:
StackPath CDN gives you better control of caching. With high-capacity SSDs and advanced caching techniques, we provide industry-leading cache depth to make more content available longer at the edge. And with Instant Purge, when you delete content from our CDN (whether through the customer portal or via API), it immediately is no longer served via StackPath, anywhere. There are three features Intelligent Caching, Customize Caching with Rules, and Instant Purge.
How to Flexible Customization with EdgeRules by Stackpath?
Take instant control over how your content delivers with EdgeRules. Customize your asset delivery, security measures, SEO, and mobile experience to your needs, all from the edge. According to Stackpath, your website and blog customize in fourth ways; 301 Redirects, Add/Remove Headers, Cache Management, and URL Signing.
Additional Features: EdgeRules Included, Free Private EdgeSSL Certificate, Serverless Scripting, Real-Time Analytics, Segmented Downloads, GZIP Compression, WebSocket Support, HTTP/2 Support, and HTTP/2 Server Push.
StackPath Features best for your website especially; Activate ready-to-use rules to customize delivery, content protection, security, origin relationships, SEO, mobile user experiences, and more. Serve SSL certificates from the edge to accelerate performance and increase availability by taking SSL workload off of the origin.