Azure CDN Documentation

Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a global CDN solution for delivering high-bandwidth content. It can be hosted in Azure or any other location. With Azure CDN, you can cache static objects loaded from Azure Blob storage, a web application, or any publicly accessible web server, by using the closest point of presence (POP) server. Azure CDN can also accelerate dynamic content, which cannot be cached, by leveraging various network and routing optimizations.

5-Minute Quickstarts

Learn how to enable Azure CDN by creating a CDN profile and a CDN endpoint.

Step-by-Step Tutorials

Learn how to configure Azure CDN for your needs.

  1. Add a custom domain to your CDN endpoint
  2. Configure HTTPS on a custom domain
  3. Set caching rules

Videos

Watch videos that show how Azure CDN works.

Samples

Find scripts to manage common tasks.

Reference