Cdn.glitch.me vs cdn.glitch.global

I’m having a bit of trouble understanding how the CDN domains work. cdn.glitch.me seems to be behind Amazon’s Cloudfront and cdn.glitch.global seems to be behind Fastly. Which one would best for sharing with users? Cloudfront and Fastly both have similar global footprints in terms of points of presence.

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Here’s a bit of testing I’ve done on my own. Speeds seem similar (Cloudfront is using it’s Newark, NJ cache and Fastly is using it’s Washington, DC and NYC caches)

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for files ~15 MB, probably use .global, so that Glitch doesn’t have to pay amazon as much :speak_no_evil:

for files > 20 MiB, .global doesn’t work, so you have to use .me.

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