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Adding Cache-control to a Tomcat server
All CDN service have the ability to respect whichever cache control directives the origin server...
Adding Cache-control to a website (Apache)
All CDN service have the ability to respect whichever cache control directives the origin server...
Adding Cache-control to content on Azure Blob storage
All CDN service have the ability to respect whichever cache control directives the origin server...
EdgeCast - Override origin cache control
Sometimes the the origin does not send proper cache control headers, and often you want to...
Edgecast - Purging via API
A purge is the method to remove your content from the edge servers, and to force Edgecast to get...
Edgecast - Understanding default cache TTL
Default Cache Management There are two types of caching that can take place when an asset is...
Fastly - how to Purge by Surrogate Key
The Fastly CDN allows for fast, sub-second purging of content. The regular purge command is by...
Fastly - how to temporarily disable the cache
Imagine that your web site is undergoing some critical changes, and you do not want to constantly...
How to check if responses are gzipped
Compressing content is important. It improves the download time and decreases the costs of...
HTTP 304 code explained
HTTP 304 is an indication by the web server or CDN that the resource asked for has not changed...

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