F5: How to control highly variable CDN costs

January 28th, 2008 |
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Peak traffic can overload servers and cause bandwidth congestion, leaving web sites unavailable to users. Commercial Content Delivery Networks (CDN) improve performance, but costs are unpredictable, highly variable, and wreak havoc on budgets. In this podcast, Joe Hicks, F5 Networks Product Manager, explains how you can control and lower CDN service costs by reducing repeat downloads of content—even dynamic content—using Intelligent Browser Referencing.

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