Have You Enabled CDN for Lightning Experience?

#1MinuteTip Have you enabled CDN in your Salesforce Org for faster speed of Lightning Experience?

A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a distributed network of servers that work together to deliver content, such as web pages, images, videos, and other digital assets, to users based on their geographical location. CDNs are designed to reduce the latency and improve the speed and performance of content delivery by caching content on edge servers located closer to the end-user.

While enabling this is simple, as per Salesforce, only 52% of Salesforce customers have it enabled. Make sure that you are one of them. But please be sure to read the blog post (link below) and do it the sandbox first, before enabling it in Production.

CDN for Lightning Experience

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2 thoughts on “Have You Enabled CDN for Lightning Experience?”

    1. Hi Jeff, CDNs distribute content across multiple servers located in different geographical regions. These servers store cached copies of the website’s static files, such as images, videos, scripts, and CSS files. When a user requests content, the CDN automatically selects the server that can provide the fastest data transfer speed. This efficient routing minimizes congestion and optimizes data delivery, leading to faster and more reliable content access.

      So in general it should help for all the locations. Here is a blog post from Salesforce that will help you understand this further – https://developer.salesforce.com/blogs/2023/03/enable-cdn-to-load-lightning-experience-faster

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