The Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) caches static web content at strategically placed locations to provide maximum throughput for delivering content to users. The CDN offers developers a global solution for delivering high-bandwidth content by caching the content at physical nodes across the world.

REST operation groups

The CDN REST API provides operations for working with the following resources.

Operation group Description
Check Name Availability Verify the uniqueness of resource names.
Check Resource Usage Discover quotas and usage of CDN profiles.
Custom Domains Provides operations for working with CDN custom domains.
Edge Nodes Obtain information about CDN edge nodes.
Endpoints Create, validate, start, stop, and delete CDN endpoints. Pre-load and purge cached endpoint content.
List Operations Provides information about CDN REST API operations.
Origin Groups Manage origin groups within an endpoint.
Origins Manage origins within an endpoint.
Profiles Operations for managing CDN profiles. A CDN profile is a collection of CDN endpoints.
Resource Usage Check the quota and actual usage of the CDN profiles under the given subscription.
Validate Probe Check if the probe path is a valid path and the file can be accessed. This path is relative to the origin path specified in the endpoint configuration.

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