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puede jomres funcionar con cdn????

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1 year 5 months ago #44760 by carlos
carlos created the topic: puede jomres funcionar con cdn????
estoy intentando optimizar mi web y e pensado en probar la opcion de cdn,pero no se si supone alguna desventaja con jomres.
que sabeis? teneis experiencia con algun cdn?
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1 year 4 months ago #44773 by Rodrigo Rocco
Rodrigo Rocco replied the topic: puede jomres funcionar con cdn????
Hola, he probado solamente el CDN de Siteground goo.gl/3mdfKi que es Cloudflare y ha ido bien.

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1 year 4 months ago #44774 by carlos
carlos replied the topic: puede jomres funcionar con cdn????
se noto la diferencia de velocidad? merece la pena? justo tengo el plugin jch optimize y no funciona con cloudflare!
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1 year 4 months ago #44775 by Rodrigo Rocco
Rodrigo Rocco replied the topic: puede jomres funcionar con cdn????
No se el trafico de tu web pero si no es muy alto prefiero invertir en un buen servidor y si el trafico crece mucho entonces si mirar el tema cdn.

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