Microsoft Power Pages – Content Delivery Network(CDN)

Introduction

Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a distributed network of servers that can efficiently deliver web content to users. CDN’s store cached content on edge servers in point-of-presence (POP) locations that are close to end-users, to minimize latency. 

CDN will be stored and served from the CDN server closest to your location, static content like images, scripts, and style sheet files are used in designing portal websites.

NOTE:  You need to be a Portal Administrator to enable the CDN. This feature is available for the Power Apps Portal. If you’re using the Add-on license then you can’t enable CDN. Trial portals aren’t supported for CDN. You can’t enable the CDN for portals configured with a custom domain during the preview. 

Enable Content Delivery Network for Portal

  1. Go to  Power Platform Admin Center.
  2. Navigate to Environments on the left pane.
  3. Select the Environment where the portal is created. 
  4. Select Portals on the Resources card. 

5. Select the Portal that wants to enable CDN and Click on Manage.

6. Select the Manage Content Delivery Network.

7. Turn on the Content Delivery Network switch to enable the feature. 

8. Click On Enable.

9. It will take a few minutes to provision the Content Delivery Network.

Note: Content Delivery Network only enables for Production type Portals.

CDN is powered by Azure Front Door service to provide fast, reliable, and modern cloud Content Delivery Network. 

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Happy Power365ing!

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