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CDN Failover

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  • Debian
  • Fedora
  • Mandriva
  • openSUSE
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • SUSE Enterprise Linux
  • Ubuntu
  • Xandros
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PHP dependent
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Tired of CDNs failing and breaking your website? We were so we wrote CDN Failover. You can fallback to your local filesystem and/or multiple CDNs for ALL thestatic assets on your site and/or protect individual libraries without adding load to your Web servers. Add three lines to enable - it takes minutes to set up. For very little money you can protect your valuable website and also choose to use cheaper CDNs without compromising your website's uptime because CDN Failover will take care of any downtime for you.
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We're developers and sysadmins just like you and because we became increasingly frustrated with CDNs failing and triggering alerts on our monitoring systems we wrote a clever piece of high performance, realtime failover software called CDN Failover. Uniquely it prevents downtime in a variety of challenging scenarios and we found it so useful that we decided to package it.
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All you need is PHP 5.2+ running Linux or Windows on your Web servers.
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