Azure Architect Notes: Azure CDN Dynamic Site Acceleration

Back in July there was a new feature added to Azure CDN called Dynamic Site Acceleration (DSA). I hope to have a longer Azure Architect Notes post on Azure CDN in the future but this new feature is great and I wanted to post about it right away as I only recently learned about it.

“Standard CDN capability includes the ability to cache files closer to end users to speed up delivery of static files. However, with dynamic web applications, caching that content in edge locations isn’t possible because the server generates the content in response to user behavior. Speeding up the delivery of such content is more complex than traditional edge caching and requires an end-to-end solution that finely tunes each element along the entire data path from inception to delivery. With Azure CDN Dynamic Site Acceleration (DSA), the performance of web pages with dynamic content is measurably improved.” – Source

Please check out the links and video below!

Azure CDN Dynamic Site Acceleration References

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