Speed up page load times and save on costs by compressing dynamic content
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This is a win-win for both your web service and its end users. With dynamic compression, you get:
- Cost management: Web services that serve a large amount of compressible content can significantly reduce their cache egress costs by enabling dynamic compression.
Customize cache keys to improve CDN performance
When a request comes to Cloud CDN’s edge, it gets mapped to a cache key and compared against entries in the cache. By default, Cloud CDN uses the protocol, host, path, and query string from the URI to define these cache keys.
Using Cloud CDN’s new custom cache keys, you can better control caching behavior in order to improve cache hit rates and origin offload. We now support using named headers and cookies. If your web service implements A/B testing or canarying, using named cookies to define cache keys may be especially useful.
Using Cloud CDN’s new allowlist for URI parameters for Cloud Storage, you can also implement cache busting. This is a strategy that enables your end users to find the latest version of a cached resource even if an older version is active in the cache. By adding a query parameter that specifies versioning and adding it to the allowlist, you can avoid needing to explicitly invalidate the older cached version. Allowlists are now available for backend buckets, in addition to existing support for backend services.
Get started with custom cache keys today.
Accelerate your business with Google Cloud networking
To learn more about how customers like AppLovin use Cloud CDN and Google Cloud networking to accelerate their business, check out our Cloud NEXT session on simplifying and securing your network.
By: Shyamolee Desai (Product Manager, CDN) and Chris Metcalf (Software Engineer, CDN)
Source: Google Cloud Blog
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