Many of you might know that up until now, jsDelivr was using Akamai to host our DNS.
For a time, this was a usable solution, but unfortunately we realized that the performance of Akamai’s DNS does not meet ourRead the full post »
Its been a while but I wanted to share some of the latest news about jsDelivr.
- We are talking with multiple CDN providers regarding a partnership with jsDelivr.We are heavily invested in the performance of our platform so we
You probably have been wondering how jsDelivr does load balancing between CDNs. Here is a good blog post that I wrote for Mozilla that explains what happens in the backend "jsDelivr – The advanced open source public CDN".
TheRead the full post »
I am happy to announce that jsDelivr is now in process of becoming fully automated.
libgrabber is an app that runs on our servers and can keep projects hosted at jsDelivr updated automatically without requiring the author orRead the full post »
So far jsDelivr was using MaxCDN and CDN.NET to provide people with unmatched performance and uptime. Unfortunately CDN.NET decided to back out of open source sponsorship to focus on other important work they have going.
I am sad