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How to build their own cdn?

MDZZMDZZ Member

hello,guys! How to build their own cdn?

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  • rokokrokok Member

    What

    CEO of PT. Rokok Kopi Internet Tidur Tbk.

  • deankdeank Member, Troll

    Google it.

    I have not created a single thread. Verify it if you dare.

  • MDZZMDZZ Member
    edited June 2016

    @rokok said:
    What

    Use nginx build cdn

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  • deankdeank Member, Troll

    debian thx

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    I have not created a single thread. Verify it if you dare.

  • MDZZMDZZ Member

    @deank said:
    debian thx

    How to do, it can be said clearly

  • EricBEricB Member, Provider

    Get your own IP space, a reputable provider that can give you a BGP session in multiple locations, colocate or rent a dedicated server from the provider if they allow it on the dedis. Not all that simple and very costly. Depending on what it is you want to do with it, it might be better to just use something that's already out there. ex: CloudFlare.

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  • Well, to build "their" CDN requires a lot of patience.
    Do you feel you can handle it?

  • MicrolinuxMicrolinux Member
    edited June 2016

    You can probably get most of the parts at Home Depot. I imagine a concrete drill is somehow involved.

  • RalliasRallias Member, Provider

    Microlinux said: You can probably get most of the parts at Home Depot. I imagine a concrete drill is somehow involved.

    And Nudes. Don't forget the Nudes. Otherwise it's just a CD.

  • if it is for your own use you can rent VPS's in multi-location and use DNS GEO reduction via ns1.com

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  • notgodnotgod Member

    you just need have money
    to buy onapp CDN and deploy to servers

    No more think.

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  • @Rallias said:
    And Nudes. Don't forget the Nudes. Otherwise it's just a CD.

    Oh yeah, I think that goes for building most things.

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  • @Microlinux said:
    You can probably get most of the parts at Home Depot. I imagine a concrete drill is somehow involved.

    If you're in Canada, we have Canadian Tire and Rona :)

  • @Microlinux said:
    You can probably get most of the parts at Home Depot. I imagine a concrete drill is somehow involved.

    Do you know the address aswell?

  • raindog308raindog308 Moderator

    It's easy. On Debian:

    apt-get install mycdn
    

    You'll need to create and publish the mycdn package first, though.

    For LET support, please visit the support desk.

  • OnApp_TerryOnApp_Terry Member, Provider

    @notgod said:
    you just need have money
    to buy onapp CDN and deploy to servers

    No more think.

    Technically you just have to deploy a single CP server. Federation can cover everything else.

    OnApp + CDN.net
    [email protected]

  • deankdeank Member, Troll

    Scams. Quit feeding the kid false info.
    Debian does it all.

    I have not created a single thread. Verify it if you dare.

  • Use Nginx and a smart geo DNS, you can deploy a simple CDN, but.. not always good, many be you need a good cache software.

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  • rds100rds100 Member

    The first and most important question is - why do you want to build a CDN? What's the problem you are trying to solve. There might me multiple solutions to the problem, most of which don't require building a CDN from scratch.

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  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Provider

    @OnApp_Terry said:

    @notgod said:
    you just need have money
    to buy onapp CDN and deploy to servers

    No more think.

    Technically you just have to deploy a single CP server. Federation can cover everything else.

    Technically you can, but you need to pay for XX cores and everything, you can't just run a controller, pay a fee and use the federation, you need to pay for a whole cloud deployment. ;)

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  • BunnySpeedBunnySpeed Member, Provider
    edited June 2016

    If you want to build your own CDN for personal use for a smaller website (I'm assuming, since you have to ask about it here), don't even think about OnApp since their license will cost more than the servers.

    If you're looking for something simple you could simply rent a few VPS machines from a provider or multiple providers and install nginx on there and use the proxy_pass and cache. Then simply use a GeoDNS provider such as Rage4, Zilore, Route 53... It's actually incredibly easy if you don't need many nodes. Maybe use something like Ansible to automate things?

    Or just buy 3 VMs from BuyVM, set up their anycast and you have a "CDN" :D

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  • Yet lets be honest unless you are doing a ton of traffic it's far easier and probably cheaper to pay someone like @bunnycdn or one of the others and use theirs.

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  • rds100rds100 Member

    And it is even cheaper and easier to just put one web server behind cloudflare and call it a CDN.

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  • @BunnySpeed said:
    If you want to build your own CDN for personal use for a smaller website (I'm assuming, since you have to ask about it here), don't even think about OnApp since their license will cost more than the servers.

    If you're looking for something simple you could simply rent a few VPS machines from a provider or multiple providers and install nginx on there and use the proxy_pass and cache. Then simply use a GeoDNS provider such as Rage4, Zilore, Route 53... It's actually incredibly easy if you don't need many nodes. Maybe use something like Ansible to automate things?

    Or just buy 3 VMs from BuyVM, set up their anycast and you have a "CDN" :D

    Yep, except Asia. Add a Asia node need pay a lot of money. I deploy about 30+ node in world, but Asia node only have 6. Too expensive, I just want to test something, lol, maybe I am crazy

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