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What is Amazon CloudFront?
Amazon CloudFront is a highly secure and programmable Content Delivery Network (CDN) that accelerates the delivery of data, videos, applications and APIs to users worldwide, with low latency and high transfer speeds. Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced it has launched its first infrastructure in Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Kenya and Romania with new CloudFront Edge Locations.
What does that mean for AWS users?
The new Edge locations bring the full suite of services provided by Amazon CloudFront including integration with compute, networking, and security services such as, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Lambda@Edge, AWS Shield, AWS WAF – Web Application Firewall, and AWS Certificate Manager.
AWS’s expansion into new countries further improves availability and performance of Amazon CloudFront for end-users, with customers across the region seeing up to 40%+ reduction in latency for delivery of their content.
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