Caching Servers for ISP

Sarkis Sakr 1 Reputation point


Do Microsoft have a Caching Server for an ISP? Like Facebook's FNA, Google's GCC, Netflix, etc.

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  1. SUNOJ KUMAR YELURU 13,961 Reputation points MVP

    Hi @Sarkis Sakr

    Currently, Microsoft Connected Cache is managed via the Azure Portal and will be available to any customer with a Microsoft 365 E3, Windows E3, EMS E3, Office E3 or Office 365 A3 (Education) subscription. Through the Azure Portal, you will be able deploy and provision a new instance of Connected Cache to your on-premises server and view data about the hit/miss ratio and overall usage.
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    This feature is now called Microsoft Connected Cache. It was previously known as Delivery Optimization In-Network Cache.

    You can install a Microsoft Connected Cache server on your distribution points. By caching this content on-premises, your clients can benefit from the Delivery Optimization feature that can help to protect WAN links.
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