Content Delivery Network (CDN)

Clarity’s Content Delivery Network (CDN) helps high traffic websites. Our CDN ensures you stay online. Clarity prevents bottlenecks on your servers and facilitates increased traffic on your network. By distributing processing evenly across the network or among servers, Clarity reduces and balances the load.

What is a Content Delivery Network (CDN)?

Content Delivery Network (CDN) is the geographical distribution network of servers or proxy servers and their data centers. Its purpose is to provide High Availability (HA) and faster delivery of Internet content through the distribution of service to end users or users at the network’s edge. CDNs also help protect websites from DDoS and other malicious cyber attacks. 

What is a DDoS attack?

The goal of a Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attack is to disrupt your network, service or your server’s normal traffic. This is done by flooding a targeted server’s surrounding infrastructure with an extremely high volume of Internet traffic. 

DDoS attacks send overwhelming traffic from multiple malware infected computers, or zombie bots, across the Internet. Since each zombie bot or infected computer is a legitimate device, determining malicious traffic from your normal traffic can be challenging. Clarity keeps your website, network and DNS safe from Layer 3, 4 and 7 DDoS attacks.

Businesses targeted by DDoS attacks not only suffer from lost revenue, lost clients and lost data, but also a loss in their reputation and brand value. DDoS attacks impact your entire business. Investing in solid DDoS mitigation planning and DDoS protection benefits your entire business. 

CNDs help protect websites from these kinds of attacks and ensure that your website can stay online by distributing processing evenly across the network or among servers.

Connect with Clarity to learn more about how Clarity’s CDN helps high traffic websites stay online, prevent bottlenecks and increases accessibility.