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Image Request going to Cloudinary -US Servers instead of India


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    Hi ,

    Since we use AWS as part of our backend most of our servers are located in the US. However, we use a CDN to deliver the images.
    When an image is first requested it is not yet cached on the CDN, so the request goes all the way to our servers in order to deliver the image. The subsequent calls of this specific image will be handled by the CDN.

    This is also true when creating derivatives. If the derivative was not created before, then the first time it is requested, it will be first generated on our servers, and only then delivered, and cached on the CDN layer.

    Hope this helps, please let me know if you have any further questions.

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