CacheFly vs Google Cloud CDN: What are the differences?
CacheFly: A leading content delivery network provider based in Chicago, IL. CacheFly is the world’s fastest Content Delivery Network (CDN), delivering rich-media content up to 10x faster than traditional delivery methods. Launched in 2002 as the first TCP anycast-based CDN, CacheFly pioneered the ability to deliver rich-media content faster and more reliably than traditional delivery methods; Google Cloud CDN: Low-latency, low-cost content delivery using Google's global network. Google Cloud CDN leverages Google's globally distributed edge caches to accelerate content delivery for websites and applications served out of Google Compute Engine. Cloud CDN lowers network latency, offloads origins, and reduces serving costs. Once you've set up HTTP(S) Load Balancing, simply enable Cloud CDN with a single checkbox.
CacheFly and Google Cloud CDN can be primarily classified as "Content Delivery Network" tools.
Some of the features offered by CacheFly are:
- Up to 10x faster performance
- Lower bandwidth costs
- Scalable, on-demand capacity
On the other hand, Google Cloud CDN provides the following key features: