HP Cloud CDN

Global content delivery like greased lightning.

Deliver static data from HP Cloud Object Storage to users around the world in a flash. We cache your content and distribute it across HP and Akamai global networks for super fast transfer. We minimize latency by ensuring that anyone in the world can access your data from a server near them.

Deliver your content fast. And we mean fast.

HP Cloud CDN (content delivery network) is powered by Akamai, an industry leader in content delivery. Your content is distributed to a worldwide network of edge servers, and your end users access content from a server near them. Content travels a shorter distance, ensuring faster load times.   

Sends lots of data. It’s no problem.

Deliver large objects to many users with sustained high data transfer rates. And if your traffic fluctuates, no worries—our service automatically adjusts as demand increases or decreases. 

Predictable, pay as you go prices starting at 16₵/GB/mo.

Pricing is based on your billing address, not the location where your content is delivered. Our pricing model makes it easy to determine your bandwidth charges ahead of time. Plus, you only pay for the data delivered though HP Cloud CDN. There are no commitments, no additional contracts, and no upfront fees. 

Guaranteed uptime and reliability. Our SLA says it all.

Our industry-leading service level agreement promises 99.95 percent availability. Your content is safe with the class protection and support you expect from HP.

How it works:

Working with HP Cloud CDN is easy. The CDN service is available via RESTful APIs, Ruby Fog, jclouds, and CLI bindings, as well as through our user friendly web interface. Set up your content delivery in minutes through our web-based management console.
Place  your content onto HP Cloud Object Storage and then CDN-enable the content. 
  1. A user visits your site and requests files from the nearest edge server. 
  2. The edge server delivers a local, cached copy or pulls one from HP Cloud Object Storage, the origin server.
  3. The object’s Time-to-Live (TTL) will expire at intervals you define. (The default is 24 hours.) If the TTL has expired when the next request is made, the file is again retrieved from HP Cloud Object Storage.
  4. The content is cached once again by the edge servers and the TTL restarts.