Content Delivery Network

    The CDN service enables web-based contents to be published
    over servers at more than one location.

Service Packages


Pull CDN (Traffic)
1 TB
Push CDN (Storage)
10 GB

Pull CDN

Pull CDN

Connects to the FTP server of the customer, pulls the static contents and enables streaming of the content from the location closest to their visitors. In other words, it is used to cache the images, JavaScript, CSS and HTML files in websites. Pull CDN is recommended for frequently changing files smaller than 3MB.

Pull CDN
Push CDN

Push CDN

Push CDN

Push CDN requires static content to be uploaded to the FTP by the customer itself. It is recommended for files larger than 50MB such as setup files and game patches. Due to its structure, the files that will be loaded here should be larger than 3MB. Otherwise, they cannot be delivered from CDN. If it is a frequently changing file smaller than 3MB, then Pull CDN should be preferred instead of Push CDN.


Live Streaming

Live Streaming

It is a very important tool for content providers to reach their users through live streaming and to interact with them. OnApp offers CDN live streaming features with Wowza Media Server.

The supported protocols are as follows:

  • Adobe – RTMP / RTMPE / RTMPT
  • Android – RTSP / RTP
  • Flash – HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS)
  • Apple – HTTP Streaming (HLS): iPhone, iPad ve iPod Touch
  • Microsoft – Smooth Streaming for Silverlight
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Live Streaming
Video on Demand

Video on Demand

Video on Demand

It is used for fast forward/rewind capable video streaming just like in YouTube. Video on Demand brings video content when user requests so. It is important to note that not the full length, but only the requested amount of video is delivered.

Video on Demand may be used with the following:

  • Adobe Flash
  • Apple IOS: iPhone, iPad ve iPod Touch
  • Microsoft Silverlight
  • Apple Quicktime
  • Android, Blackberry and other 3GPP platforms
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General Features

A content delivery network (CDN) is a globally distributed network of proxy servers deployed in multiple data centers. The goal of a CDN is to serve content to end-users with high availability and high performance. CDNs serve a large fraction of the Internet content today, including web objects (text, graphics and scripts), downloadable objects (media files, software, documents), applications (e-commerce, portals), live streaming media, on-demand streaming media, and social networks.
Radore gives 4 types of CDN usage. Which are Pull CDN, Push CDN, Video On Demand (VoD), and Live Streaming services. Radore CDN customers can watch their detailed usage (like daily and monthly usage etc.) analysis via their own special management interface.

100% Network Uptime

All CDN services guarantee 100% network uptime.

Redundant Server Infrastructure

Redundant Server Infrastructure The server provides redundancy beyond the Data Center and the ISP.

Content Acceleration

With unique cache technology, your content is stored on very fast disks, so your users can get it fast.

Standard Services and Advantages

What are the advantages of CDN?

  • Since static content is hosted on faster disks at CDN, access is faster and web server's load is significantly lower.
  • Since bandwidth at CDN is much higher, less quota is used (again thanks to fast access and low web server load).
  • In case CDN service is provided from a lot of different points, the CDN point closest to the content will be accessed and this will contribute to user experience (UX) and to getting more returns.
  • Since the access time decreases, it helps being at the top of the search results of the search engines. In other words, CDN indirectly contributes to the SEO of the respective website.
  • Streaming is protected against broadcast thefts with the secure token.
  • Moreover, additional capabilities and security measures such as hotlink protection and geoblocking (features of Video on Demand (VOD) and Live Streaming) also provide extra benefits.


Standard Services

The services below are provided as standard CDN services:

  • Possibility to broadcast from 3 different POP points
  • Geographic DNS feature
  • Exclusive HTTP supported subdomain for users
  • Cache cleaning through the panel upon user request
  • CDN usage follow-up and pricing based on usage
  • Detection and solution of Radore-caused network problems (speed problems, package losses, IP and gateway control)


Please find below FAQs and answers about CDN services.
For more information, you may visit our Jet Support page.

What are the benefits of CDN service?
The Pull CDN service connects to the FTP area of the client, allowing them to extract static content and broadcast from the nearest location to the visitors. Pull CDN is usually used to cache images, JjavaSscript, CSS and HTML files on websites. Because the CDN has a much higher bandwidth, access times are reduced, advantage of web server load and bandwidth quota utilization.
Which one should I choose Pull CDN or Push CDN?
HTTP Pull CDN service is recommended for small and frequently changing files of 3 MB. If the file size exceeds 50 MB (installation files, game patches etc.) it is recommended for files like Push CDN service.
I have bought the CDN service, how can I activate it?
When CDN is used, the static content paths on the web server have to be changed according to the CDN. Most ready-made content management systems support the CDN and provide ease in this process.


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