Higher Volume Live Streaming Plans

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We’re pleased to announce the introduction of two higher volume live streaming plans, CORP and NET.

These new plans are aimed at users who produce high volumes of traffic, and need the ability to create as many simultaneous streams as required.

To see the full details of these new plans, visit our pricing page.


New Feature: Google Analytics Integration


We’ve recently added the ability to insert your own custom Google Analytics code within the default MetaCDN video player.

The main benefit of this feature is that it allows you to track real-time viewer stats within Google Analytics. This feature is available for users on the Live Pro plan and above.

Check out our detailed support article here which details how to enable the integration, and how to view real-time stats within the Google Analytics interface.

Announcing the MetaCDN Add-On for Engine Yard

MetaCDN partners with Engine Yard for integrated multi-cdn Add-On.

MetaCDN partners with Engine Yard for powerful, integrated Multi-CDN Add-On.

At MetaCDN we are always on the look out for great application and web hosts to work with and support. Too often customers come to us with under-performing, oversubscribed and unscalable web infrastructure. MetaCDN can help but it can only do so much – if the hosting foundation is poor then the end result can be disappointing when you get hit with lots of traffic, leading to disappointed customers, lost sales and marketing opportunities. Engine Yard are experts in running industrial strength, scalable applications in the cloud with over one billion hours of experience on AWS. You can deploy, scale and monitor your PHP, Ruby and Node.js apps with EngineYard’s cloud application management platform.

We are very pleased to announce that MetaCDN has teamed with Engine Yard to deliver one-click access to our Multi-CDN network. Engine Yard users can now scale globally with 125+ PoPs worldwide by using the MetaCDN Engine Yard Add-On.

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Leveraging Browser Caching


Lets have a look at how you can leverage browser caching to further optimize your site and reduce your load times. First off, what is browser caching? A web browser cache stores elements from a site such as HTML files, fonts and scripts so when you re-visit that site it doesn’t have to re-download everything, saving time and data.

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Do Web Fonts & JavaScript Slow Down My Site?


Let’s have a look at two of the the things you are likely running on your site that could be costing you seconds on your load times. JavaScript and Web Fonts are both very common on most modern websites and both can be optimized by loading them from a CDN.

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