Teridion Kumo-X accelerates traffic from an end user to an origin server by using DNS to resolve end user requests through a Teridion fast lane. Each fast lane carries traffic only for a particular URL, so Teridion charges a monthly fee for each and an additional fee per GB of traffic delivered.
How is Teridion Kumo-X delivered?
Teridion delivers its service on-demand – there is no hardware or software to install or configure. Teridion Kumo-X is completely transparent for end users and requires only a CNAME change to turn on for a web app.
How long does it take to go live with Teridion Kumo-X?
A Teridion fast lane can be created via an API in less than 15 minutes. Onboarding a new customer can usually be completed in a few weeks. Onboarding a web application involves three basic steps:
Redirect DNS: Create a CNAME record to redirect the origin URL to the Teridion fast lane.
Whitelist TCRs: Ensure that the origin firewall whitelists TCR IPs.
Forward IPs: Use the load balancer proxy protocol to pass client IP addresses from Teridion Kumo-X to the origin server.