Using Cloud CDN
Enable and disable Cloud CDN on a load balancing configuration.
Setting up Cloud CDN with a managed instance group
Enable Cloud CDN with a simple external HTTP load balancer that has a managed instance group origin.
Setting up Cloud CDN with a backend bucket
Enable Cloud CDN with a simple external HTTP load balancer that has a backend bucket origin.
Setting up Cloud CDN with an external origin
Enable Cloud CDN with a simple external HTTP load balancer that has an external origin.
Using cache modes
Set and modify cache modes.
Using TTL settings and overrides
Set and modify TTL values for cached content.
Using cache keys
Set and modify custom cache keys.
Using signed cookies
Use signed cookies as an alternative to signed URLs.
Using signed URLs
Create and distribute signed URLs.
Invalidating cached content
Invalidate your cached content by using the
gcloudcommand-line interface or the Google Cloud Console.
Delivering HTTP and HTTPS content over the same published domain
Learn how to set up non-secure delivery and secure delivery over the same hostname, using Cloud CDN.
View Cloud CDN logs in Cloud Logging.
Viewing audit logs
View Cloud CDN audit logs.