Tutorial

Last updated: 2020-06-09 11:50:38

    This document helps you get started with Tencent Cloud Content Delivery Network (CDN).

    1. Basic CDN Knowledge


    2. CDN Billing Modes

    Tencent Cloud CDN has two billing modes: bill-by-bandwidth and bill-by-traffic. You need to understand the two CDN billing modes so that you can choose the right mode for you. For more information, please see Billing Instruction.


    3. Getting Started

    3.1. Activate the service and select the billing mode

    Before using CDN, you need to sign up for a Tencent Cloud account and activate the CDN service. For more information, please see Overview.

    3.2. Connect a domain name

    You need to add an accelerated domain name for your acceleration service. Through an accelerated domain name, CDN caches resources on an origin server into a CDN cache node closest to the client to accelerate resource access. For more information, please see Adding Domain Names.

    3.3. Configure a CNAME record

    When the distribution is created, CDN will assign you a corresponding CNAME address, which needs to be configured before taking effect. For detailed directions, please see CNAME Configuration.

    You can also follow the best practices below to get started with CDN and accelerate your domain name:


    4. Console

    Below is the overview page of the CDN Console:


    5. Overview of Console Features

    Desired Operation Reference Document
    View, activate, or disable a connected acceleration domain name. Domain Name Operations
    Filter and view Tencent Cloud resources or manage them by tag, project, etc. Domain Name Search
    Optimize your CDN acceleration effect. CDN supports various custom configurations. Configuration Overview
    View mappings between Console features and `Action` values. Console Permissions
    Grant permissions at the domain name level through custom policy statements. Policy Creation
    Grant different project-level permissions. Project-Level Permissions
    Use real-time monitoring data to analyze the running status. Real-Time Monitoring
    Analyze your user sources, distribution, and usage. Data Analysis
    Purge resources cached in CDN nodes on a regular basis so that the nodes will pull the latest versions of resources from the origin server and cache them again. Cache Purge
    Load specified resources onto a cache node in advance. Cache Prefetch
    Download access logs and analyze popular resources and active users as needed. Log Download
    Quickly search for and analyze your log data. Real-Time Log
    View the real-time status overview and the details of the entire network. Entire Network Status Monitoring
    View multi-dimensional reports that show and help you analyze your business status. Operational Report
    View traffic package usage in mainland China on the CDN Console. Traffic Package Management
    Verify whether a specified IP is of a CDN node. Verify Tencent IP
    Diagnose a URL with an access exception and quickly locate the problem. Self-Diagnosis Tool
    Monitor and protect your resources from DDoS, CC, and WAF attacks. Secure Acceleration
    Use CDN to deliver a massive number of images. Image Optimization
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