Welcome to the Gcore CDN documentation page! Here we explain how to use, configure, and troubleshoot Gcore’s CDN.
CDN is a distributed content delivery network that allows your website to load faster in users' browsers, regardless of how far they are from the source server.
From the left-side menu, you can access in-depth documentation about CDN:
- Getting started – create and integrate a CDN resource with your website, configure the source site to avoid conflicts with the CDN
- Billing – how service costs are determined, how to pay for additional features
- CDN resource options – configuration of various CDN resource options, such as caching, security, HTTP headers, CORS, optimization for delivering large files and images
- Origin group – add and configure a group of origin websites from which the CDN resource will retrieve content
- SSL certificates – add your SSL certificate, issue a free Let's Encrypt certificate
- Purge – clear the CDN resource cache by specifying the URL, a regular expression, or the CDN resource whose entire cache will be cleared
- Prefetch – preload content onto CDN servers
- Logs – view and download free logs, enable the paid Row Logs option for more detailed information
- Reports – statistics, including traffic volume, response codes, cacheable traffic percentage
- Grafana, Terraform – Grafana plugin for CDN statistics, create and configure CDN resources using the Terraform plugin
- Troubleshooting – typical issues may arise when using CDN and how to fix them yourself
If you have any questions or if there is a CDN-related topic that you think we’re missing, please leave a comment and our content team will address it.
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