For decades, Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) have provided the structural support for businesses across a range of sectors to engage with internet users around the world. As the richness, complexity and volume of digital content has grown, the likes of Akamai and Limelight Networks have enabled enterprises to maintain a consistency of delivery via global networks of servers and storage devices.
In recent times, however, the emergence of cloud computing has been touted in some quarters as a kind of existential threat to CDNs. Put simply, as companies take advantage of the many operational and commercial benefits offered by the cloud, are they able to dispense with the services traditionally offered by CDN market-leaders?
This report by Andy Fry examine the impact of the cloud on CDNs, covering topics including:
- What is the relationship between CDNs & the Cloud?
- Is there a future for independent CDNs?
- What are the advantages of combining CDNs & the Cloud?
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