The vast majority of today’s Internet traffic is media files being sent from a single source to many thousands or even millions of destinations. Content Delivery Networks make that one-to-many distribution possible in an economical way.
Traffic Control is an Open Source implementation of a Content Delivery Network.
The following documentation sections are available:
A review of the basic functionality of a Content Delivery Network.
Traffic Control Overview¶
An introduction to the Traffic Control architecture, components, and their integration.
How to deploy and manage a Traffic Control CDN.
- Administrator’s Guide
- Traffic Ops - Configuring
- Managing Traffic Ops Extensions
- Traffic Ops - Installing
- Traffic Ops - Using
- Default Profiles
- Traffic Portal Administration
- Traffic Portal - Using
- Traffic Monitor Administration
- Traffic Router Administration
- Installing Traffic Router
- Configuring Traffic Router
- Troubleshooting and Log Files
- GeoLimit Failure Redirect Feature
- Deep Caching - Deep Coverage Zone Topology
- Steering Feature
- HTTPS for HTTP Delivery Services
- Router Load Testing
- Tuning Recommendations
- Pattern-Based Consistent Hashing Feature
- Traffic Router - Migrating to 3.0
- Traffic Stats Administration
- Traffic Server Administration
- Traffic Vault Administration
- Quick How To Guides
A guide to the various internal and external APIs, and an introduction for the Traffic Control developer.
- Developer’s Guide
- Building Traffic Control
- Traffic Ops
- Traffic Ops - Go
- traffic_ops_ort package
- Traffic Portal
- Traffic Router
- Traffic Monitor
- Traffic Stats
- Documentation Guidelines
A guide to external RESTful APIs for Traffic Ops
A living list of tools for testing, interacting with, and developing for the Traffic Control CDN