Content Caching Definition

Content caching is a performance optimization mechanism in which data is delivered from the closest servers for optimal application performance. For example, content from a single server can be copied and distributed across various data centers and clouds. When that content needs to be accessed, the content can be retrieved from any of the cached locations based on geographic location, performance, and bandwidth availability.

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