Tracker now on CloudFront

September 6, 2012 Dan Podsedly

For the 3rd time this week, we experienced more CDN issues this morning, causing images and CSS to not load properly for users in places like Toronto, New York, and others. We did everything we could to get our CDN provider to resolve the issue, but at the same began investigating other options.

Based on positive feedback, and it’s simplicity, we chose Amazon’s CloudFront. We got it configured, pointing at our static assets, and by around 11am Pacific had Tracker up and running on it. So far, everything seems smooth, and we’ve seen no complaints.

We’ll keep a close eye on things, but at this point we’re calling this issue resolved. If you were affected by it, please accept our apology, and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or see any other issues.

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