When you add a property to a configuration, you have to add at least one property-based setting (traffic type). You can add additional property-based settings at the same time, but you can add more later using the instructions below. Remember that the CDN applies these property-based settings to all requests to any alias defined within the property.
Dynamic content transformation (DCT) allows your origin server to serve a single variant of an object, either identity or gzip, and have the Lumen CDN dynamically transform that content into the desired variant. Use a DCT definition to specify the file extensions you want DCT applied to.
To do A/B testing with configurations in production, you can enable a second production slot for a SCID. Once you enable the second production slot, you can then change the traffic allocation for the slots.
Use log-streaming endpoint definitions to specify when, where, and how you want log streaming information posted to your endpoint. Logs are batched in a JSON-formatted payload and posted to your endpoint in near real time (<5 minutes).
Using Media portal, you can create a configuration to tell the Lumen CDN (content delivery network) what to do when it receives requests for your content. Once you have a configuration ready, you deploy it (promote it) to either your staging or production environment.
You create a property to define the origin (and any aliases) and settings that apply to all requests to any alias defined in the property. Once you create a property, you can then add criteria-based settings (match rules) that apply when specific criteria are met.