How ANAME DNS records affect CDN routing

How ANAME DNS records affect CDN routing

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Dejan Grofelnik Pelzel
Dejan Grofelnik Pelzel
March 12th, 2019

We have noticed a trend of more and more users wanting to use BunnyCDN for full website caching on the root domain. We have, for multiple reasons, been advising users against this and in this post I want to highlight one of them, the ANAME record.What is an AN…

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BunnyCDN Launches A PoP in Seoul, South Korea

BunnyCDN Launches A PoP in Seoul, South Korea

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Dejan Grofelnik Pelzel
Dejan Grofelnik Pelzel
January 29th, 2019

South Korea on top of having one of the fastest residential networks in the world is also a country with one of the highest internet penetration. Despite that, for a CDN it's a rather tricky market to serve. One reason is that it's quite isolated and simply fa…

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BunnyCDN Network Expansion Announcement

BunnyCDN Network Expansion Announcement

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Dejan Grofelnik Pelzel
Dejan Grofelnik Pelzel
August 8th, 2018

The BunnyCDN team is very happy to announce a huge network upgrade that we have been quietly rolling out over the past few months. We are incredibly excited to say that BunnyCDN has recently expanded to 9 new datacenters and now operates from 34 points of pres…

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Anycast vs GeoIP Routing - What's the best choice for content delivery?

Anycast vs GeoIP Routing - What's the best choice for content delivery?

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Dejan Grofelnik Pelzel
Dejan Grofelnik Pelzel
July 6th, 2017

To deliver content from the closest server to the user, Content Delivery Networks generally use two main methods of routing: Anycast and GeoIP. While both achieve the same result, they are two very different systems. In this blog post, we will describe both an…

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BunnyCDN is Now IPv6 Enabled

BunnyCDN is Now IPv6 Enabled

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Dejan Grofelnik Pelzel
Dejan Grofelnik Pelzel
March 1st, 2017

After weeks of preparation and testing, we’re excited to announce that 90% of our network infrastructure at BunnyCDN is now IPv6 enabled and compatible. What's even better, over 10% of our traffic is already served trough the new protocol, taking advantage of…

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