How Comcast Built An Open Source CDN
To optimize delivery of content to their customers, Comcast designed and deployed a large CDN based on open source tools and common off-the-shelf hardware. And on Monday May 20th, at the Content Delivery Summit in NYC, Jan van Doorn, Distinguished Engineer at Comcast, will present the challenges Comcast faced, the options they considered and discuss the good and bad of using open source technologies. Hear about Comcast’s real life experiences operating their CDN and how they handle support issues when using open source platforms.
Now in its fifth year, the Content Delivery Summit is a one-day conference designed to bring together telecom carriers, service providers, content owners, and industry vendors for a detailed look at CDN platforms for the delivery of video and content acceleration. Readers of my blog can register using my own personal discount code of DR13, which gets you a ticket to the show for only $395.
Speakers and presenters include: Netflix, eBay, LinkedIn, Redbox, Telefonica, Deutsche Telekom, TeliaSonera, Comcast, Charter Communications, Telstra, Pacnet, Telin as well as many of today’s leading solution providers.