Per Bjurström
Apr 6, 2009
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CdnSupport module in action

This test was conducted on EPiServer Labs between April 2nd to April 5th 2009 using Akamai as CDN provider and Apica as testing platform. Time measured is loading the complete start page including all images and other resources found on the page. The EPiServer Labs site is hosted in Stockholm, Sweden.

The previously published CdnSupport module was used to integrate Akamai with EPiServer CMS.

 

Client location

With CDN

Without CDN

Distance to Stockholm

Arizona, US

5,1s

9,6s

~8736 km

New York, US

4,5s

8,8s

~6325 km

UK

2,8s

3,5s

~1436 km

Sweden

0,5s

0,6s

Apr 06, 2009

Comments

Sep 21, 2010 10:32 AM

Very good results!

Thanks for sharing the results!
/ Christian Landgren

Mar 20, 2017 02:16 PM

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