Amazon CloudFront compared to NGENIX

On this page you can find an overview of the features and pricing of Amazon CloudFront and NGENIX. We hope this helps you compare these two Content Delivery Networks. You can find additional tips that help you select the right CDN here.

Fully supported Partially supported Additional costs Not supported Unknown
Features Amazon CloudFront NGENIX
PoPs 41 20+
Purge All Not supported Fully supported
Instant Purge Not supported Fully supported
Control panel Fully supported Fully supported
Origin Push Partially supported Fully supported
Origin Pull Fully supported Fully supported
Origin Shield Not supported Fully supported
GZIP Compression Fully supported Fully supported
Custom Rules Partially supported Fully supported
HTTP/2 Protocol Fully supported Fully supported
SPDY Protocol Not supported Fully supported
Raw Access Logs Fully supported Fully supported
Real time statistics Not supported Fully supported
Online signup Fully supported Not supported
API Purge, Statistics, Configuration Management Fully supported
Custom CNAMEs Fully supported Fully supported
Shared SSL Certificates Fully supported Fully supported
Custom SSL Certificates Partially supported Additional costs
Wildcard SSL Certificates Partially supported Additional costs
Support Phone and Email support (extra charge), Community Forum (free) 247 support
Video On Demand (VoD) Additional costs Fully supported
RTMP Streaming Additional costs Fully supported
Multiple CDNs Not supported Not supported
CDN balancing tech Not supported Fully supported
Storage Additional costs Fully supported

Pricing Amazon CloudFront vs NGENIX

Amazon CloudFront NGENIX
Global flat fee N/A N/A
NA/EU Traffic (low volume) $0.085 per GB N/A
NA/EU Traffic (high volume) $0.040 per GB (350TB+) N/A
APAC Traffic $0.140 - $0.170 per GB N/A
LATAM Traffic $0.250 per GB N/A
Extra costs
  • $0.0075 per 10,000 HTTP Requests (US)
  • $0.0100 per 10,000 HTTPS Requests (US)
  • $0.0090 per 10,000 HTTP Requests (EU/RoW ex. SA)
  • $0.0120 per 10,000 HTTPS Requests (EU/RoW ex. SA & AU)
  • $0.0160 per 10,000 HTTP Requests (SA)
  • $0.0220 per 10,000 HTTPS Requests (SA)
  • $0.0125 per 10,000 HTTPS Requests (AU)
  • $0.005 per file invalidation (purge) request (first 1000 per month are free)
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AMAZON CLOUDFRONT Description

Cloudfront is a CDN by Amazon, which can be used on a stand-alone basis, or in combination with other Amazon web products.

The CDN integrates very well with Amazon Web Services (AWS), and is often used in combination with their storage solution Amazon S3.

Amazon Cloudfront offers on-demand, no-commitment pricing plans which can be found on their website. The pricing overview of Cloudfront is slightly complex; customers should be aware that the unit prices for bandwidth and requests differ per region.

Current customers of Cloudfront are not published, but CDN Overview has located a few such as: NHL and Nasty Gal. We’ll be updating the list as we find more.

To compare Cloudfront to other providers, click the links at the bottom of this page, or enter your own comparison using the search function.

NGENIX Description

NGENIX is a Russian CDN and cloud provider that covers Russia (both West and Eeast), Ukraine and Kazakhstan. Currently their network counts 23 points-of-presence (PoPs) in 14 geographical locations, with plans to scale up to 30 PoPs in 2016. The company is a household name for CDN coverage in Russia, and they claim to be the largest provider in the country.

The company was founded in 2007 and is currently headquartered in Moscow. They have peering agreements with all the major providers in Russia, and have a wide coverage of Russia’s Internet audience.

NGENIX has an SLA of 99.4% with 247 support. Their Control Panel is named NGENIX MultiDesk and includes real-time analytics and content consumption statistics.

Clients of NGENIX are, or have been Yandex, Nissan, Vogue, Metro News, Dr.Web, Yves Rocher, GQ, OZON.ru, Sapato, MyToys, Quelle, RIA Novosti, All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company / VGTRK, Tatler and Russia Sport. The company also organised the broadcasting of the Olympic Games in 2010, 2012 and 2014, as well as the World Cup and European Cup in the same years, and the Eurovision Song Contest 2015.

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