Enhanced CDN Increases Website Performance and Security

October 4, 2017

Thanks to Edward Roberts, Director of Product Marketing at Distil Networks for taking me through the upgrades made to its Content Delivery Network (CDN), which will protect customers against volumetric DDoS attacks, while dramatically increasing overall website performance. Customers can now deploy the Distil Bot Defense Platform on the Distil Secure CDN in minutes, offloading server strain to 25 global locations, and gaining enterprise-grade DDoS protection at no extra cost.

“We understand faster websites lead to improved SEO, increased conversion rates and happier users, which is why we are committed to providing a superior CDN to our global customer base,” said Rami Essaid, CEO and co-founder of Distil Networks. “The Distil Secure CDN continues to be the fastest method for deploying our world-class bot defense platform, and now includes improved content acceleration and volumetric DDoS protection, all for one price.”

With a DNS change, customers can deploy Distil Bot Defense to deliver accurate protection from web scraping, account takeover, online fraud, spam, API abuse, skewed analytics, downtime and digital ad fraud. In addition, increased scalability allows users to offload heavy parts of their websites onto Distil’s 25 global servers, which meet PCI compliance standards.

What’s included in the Distil Secure CDN:

  • Accelerated Content Delivery – World-class content delivery network (CDN) with fast performance that provides an efficient and reliable user experience to websites globally.
  • DDoS Protection – Always enterprise-grade volumetric DDoS protection, which includes automated DDoS technology, a 24/7 anti-DDoS emergency response team, origin cloaking and HTTP rate limiting for defense against layer 3 and layer 4 attacks.
  • Distil Bot Defense Platform – Industry-leading bot defense that protects all inroads – website, mobile, and API.

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