CDN Endpoint

A content delivery network (CDN) endpoint is a launching point or destination that is linked to the internet and receives communication and content between multiple servers.

Specifically, the CDN endpoint is a configuration of content delivery behavior and access.

The CDN endpoints may dynamically compress or decompress content. For example, if the origin object has Content-Encoding: gzip and the client does not send Accept-Encoding: gzip. If dynamically uncompressed, the resulting response has the Content-Encoding: gzip header removed.

You can customize the CDN endpoint with a secure subdomain you own.

CDN Endpoint Articles

Enable the built-in Spaces content delivery network (CDN) to deliver content faster and more reliably and add an extra layer of redundancy for websites.
Use a secure subdomain you own as an alternative endpoint for the Spaces CDN.
Create a Spaces bucket to store and serve large amounts of data. Create multiple Spaces buckets at no additional cost to use as logical units for segmenting content.