Your company has developed a web application that serves dynamic and static content to users. The application is deployed in several Azure Web Apps in different Azure regions to achieve the best performance.
The Support department for the web application receives complains from users about poor performance of the application.
You review the performance of all components of the application and determine that you need to deploy a Content Delivery Network (CDN).
You need to configure a CDN for achieving the best performance.
What are two ways that you can configure the CDN? Each correct answer presents a complete solution.
You should configure a single Azure CDN Standard from Akamai or Azure CDN Standard from Verizon endpoint, configure dynamic site acceleration (DSA), and configure caching rules. Dynamic site acceleration improves the performance when delivering dynamic content to end users. For static content, you can create cache rules only for the static content. Enabling caching rules for dynamic content may negatively impact dynamic content. Alternatively, you could create two different CDN endpoints, one endpoint optimized with DSA and another endpoint optimized for static content.
You should not configure a single Azure CDN Premium from Verizon endpoint, configure dynamic site acceleration, and configure caching rules. Although you can use this hybrid approach with Azure CDN Premium from Verizon endpoints, caching is configured using a rules engine instead of caching rules.
You should not configure a single Azure CDN Standard Microsoft endpoint, configure dynamic site acceleration, and configure caching rules. This type of CDN endpoint does not allows dynamic site acceleration features.