Configuring Google Cloud CDN

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4m
264
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In this short lesson, we’ll cover how to configure Google Cloud CDN (Content Delivery Network) cache updates using expiration time or versioned URLs to ensure that users get the latest content from the cache. We’ll also cover how to reduce the number of cache misses in Cloud CDN by using custom cache keys.

Learning Objectives

  • Configure Cloud CDN cache updates using expiration time or versioned URLs
  • Reduce the number of cache misses in Cloud CDN by using custom cache keys

Intended Audience

  • Google Cloud Platform system administrators and architects

Prerequisites

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