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  1. standardize azure cdn offerings

    Currently I know that Azure provides CDNs from different vendors on the standard layer. There are three types of CDNs, as follows:

    S1 standard Verizon
    S2 standard Akamai
    S3 Standard Microsoft (Preview)

    Each offers different functions
    Https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cdn/cdn-features

    But at the moment, our test has the best effect in the target area of ​​our products with Akamai's CDN effect, but
    Akamai does not support custom domain HTTPS features
    Microsoft does not support cache rules
    Verizon has all the above features, but the CDN effect is the least desirable in the target area of ​​our products.

    I am interested to know if…

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    started  ·  Anton Kucer [MSFT] responded

    We are targeting to have parity across all standard SKU’s. Cache rules for Microsoft and HTTPS Custom Domain support are all targeted to be available later this year.

  2. Provide API to access CDN Supplemental Management Portal

    API is needed to add new rules (e.g. Country Filtering, Token Auth, etc.) for newly added content.

    Use case: User adds new video content in CMS where he is able to block this video in some regions.

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    started  ·  Anton Kucer [MSFT] responded

    Work has started on both moving capabilities that are only available in the CDN Supplemental Portal (e.g. rules engine) into the Azure Portal and also providing API’s to support all of these features. This work will be done in multiple phases over the next several months.

  3. Custom domain HTTPS support for Azure CDN from Akamai

    This is supported for Azure CDN from Verizon profiles (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/announcing-custom-domain-https-support-with-azure-cdn). Also add this support for Azure CDN from Akamai.

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  4. Add more endpoints outside of EU

    https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/cdn-pop-locations/
    Open CDN map- and you will find that for MOST geographical regions- CDN is irrelevant. For exUSSR region closest CDN is in Poland but latency just on a few millisecond less than directly from WE region. For MEA region- the same...

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    started  ·  Anton Kucer [MSFT] responded

    Work is ongoing to provide POPs in additional Geographical regions. In November POP’s were added in India and South America. Additional POP’s in South America and in Oman will be added in the next few months. We also announced last year a partnership with Akamai which will allow us later this year to provide access to the entire Akamai network. Akamai has POP’s in over 110 countries. The following link from Akamai will help us see the level of coverage that they have today: http://wwwnui.akamai.com/gnet/globe/index.html

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