This is part 4 of a multiple part series on web performance improvements. The first Introductory blog can be found here. In previous part we discussed the pro and cons of DSN. In this part we will analyse how CDN’s can help us improve performance.
Whenever user types any URL in the browser, it sends the request to the server. The request travels all the way from client browser to the server. The server prepares the response and sends it back to the user browser.
The response time of request from browser-server and response back depends upon many factors such as:
- Network traffic
- No of hubs in network path
- Server load
- Request/response data size