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Harness the power of CDN and load balancing by leveraging Nexusguard's widespread network of servers to ensure resilience and fast content and application delivery no matter during peacetime or attack time

Content Caching & Optimization

Nexusguard CDN’s caching capability is highly efficient in caching static content, including event-driven content. We are able to identify frequently accessed content by comparing content from the server to the content that is already cached.

If the content is the same, it will be served from the cache. This reduces the bandwidth required between the origin server and the scrubbing center while accelerating content delivery to the end-user.

We are able to cache both static and event-driven content. This versatility ensures speedy delivery of previously uncacheable dynamic content that is now heavily used by some types of content providers.

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Load Balancing

Nexusguard’s load balancing capability built on the CDN infrastructure can function as a cloud-based alternative to your on-premise, appliance-based load balancers, thereby helping you cut relevant capital expenses and operating expenses.

Our cloud-based load balancers can be integrated with multiple servers within the same data center, or multiple data centers in different locations on a global scale.

An extension of the same technology based on Nexusguard’s CDN infrastructure is the Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB). With GSLB, clean traffic from Nexusguard can be distributed among different data centers located at different geo-locations.

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BGP Anycast Routing

In order for content edge delivery to work, “anycast” routing is used to route user traffic to the CDN node in the nearest scrubbing center. Anycast is networking technique where the same IP prefix is advertised from multiple locations.

“Anycast” routing is used to route user traffic to the nearest scrubbing center. Anycast is networking technique where the same IP prefix is advertised from multiple locations.

BGP is used to announce the same IP address range from all scrubbing centers dispersed throughout the world. This causes routers to direct traffic targeting the IP range to the nearest location that announced it.

Performance Monitoring

On the Customer Portal, you can view the number of incoming requests (live and historic) served from Nexusguard’s cache as well as the bandwidth saved therefrom.

You can also purge all data cached files of all domains under the current account in order to load the most-to-date files from the origin server. Multiple caching options are available.

The Global Performance Map on the Customer Portal shows the countries/regions with the most requests served from cache.