venerdì 24 settembre 2010 17:09Evaluating Azure CDN vs. Amazon Cloudfront. Simple question I can't seem to find a clear answer on: does Azure CDN support SSL ? With or without a custom domain name ? Thanks.
- Spostato Brian AurichMicrosoft Employee, Moderator martedì 28 settembre 2010 21:08 Forum Migration (From:Windows Azure)
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venerdì 24 settembre 2010 18:50
Hi - yeah I asked this question previously.
the answer basically is -
1) custom domain names don't support HTTPS
2) your *.blob.core.windows.net - does support
Of course, you need to maintain consistency for caching purposes. So basically, if you want HTTPS - and want blobs - you always must use the *.blob.core.windows.net.
If you want to use custom domain name - you have to include logic/scripts/files in your package for HTTPS and use HTTP for custom domain names. Yes, this means 2 separate requests for same files.
Hope this helps.
venerdì 24 settembre 2010 19:20So to summarize: with or without custom domain names, there is no way today to do https on Azure CDN. Correct ? Would have saved me a bunch of time if the docs had just said that ;).
sabato 25 settembre 2010 04:37yes, that sums it up.
mercoledì 17 novembre 2010 19:57
Microsoft announced that they support SSL on Azure CDN at PDC 2010.
"CDN SSL Delivery: Users of the Windows Azure CDN will now have the capability to deliver content via encrypted channels with SSL/TLS."
giovedì 12 aprile 2012 08:35
Not for custom domains, which is what a lot of people are after. Hopefully not too far away.