CDN – definition
The term CDN refers to a “content delivery network.” It’s a network of servers that spans a large geographic area and has extremely particular server locations. The purpose is to cover the territory from which possible tourists may originate thoroughly. To have servers that cache data (code, photos, movies, and so on) as close to visitors as possible. Visitors will receive better and faster service as a result of this. The CDN’s other benefit is load balancing, which reduces the workload on the central server.