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  • Create a CloudFront distribution with Signed Cookies.

  • VG-AWS

    Member
    June 10, 2020 at 4:10 am

    17. QUESTION

    Category: CSAP – Design for New Solutions

    An automative company that sells electric vehicles around the world will be releasing its latest car model which has a semi-autonomous driving technology also known as “autopilot” capability. Due to the popularity of their new product, they are planning to use CloudFront for static asset caching to speed up the delivery of new models’ images and other static contents to viewers across the globe. The static contents should be delivered over HTTPS using their own domain name which provides visitors of their website the required security over an SSL connection plus lower latency and higher reliability.

    How can you implement this setup in AWS using CloudFront? (Choose 2)

    It is saying “they are planning to use CloudFront for static asset caching to speed up the delivery of new models’ images”

    why the answer can’t be Create a CloudFront distribution with Signed Cookies.

  • TutorialsDojo-Support

    Member
    June 12, 2020 at 9:08 pm

    Hello VG,

    Thank you for your feedback.

    “why the answer can’t be Create a CloudFront distribution with Signed Cookies.”

    For this question, most of the website assets are publicly accessible and you just want to speed up serving content with all those assets.

    You can implement a CloudFront distribution with signed cookies, but it won’t have any benefit on this scenario. You don’t require to limit access to your website. Signed Cookies are used for scenarios where you want to provide access to multiple restricted files. For example, all of the files for a video in HLS format or all of the files in the subscribers’ area of a website and for scenarios where you don’t want to change your current URLs.

    There are no restricted files mentioned in the question. The company just wants to serve its contents as fast and as reliable to all users as possible.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Kenneth Samonte @ Tutorials Dojo

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