When your user base is located across the globe, it may be cumbersome for them to download all of your static contents from a single location located thousands of miles away. Also, your instances may become a bottleneck in case of many concurrent requests.

To work around this issue, you can rely upon a Content Delivery Network, a distributed network of caching servers that fetch and store your static contents (images, CSS, JavaScripts, executables) in multiple POPs around the world, and serve this data to your users with lower latency and higher bandwidth.

It is super easy to configure it on your website: embed CDN URLs for static objects and start using it, and you need not to rewrite your whole codebase or to change your infrastructure architecture. Enter Cloud Suite CDN currently runs on 25 POPs all around the world.