I use Amazon CloudFront and a plugin on my WordPress blog to automatically push media files to an S3 bucket (which Amazon then automatically distributes). There are a couple of front-ends to S3 that are fairly user friendly (Transmit on the Mac is the one I use most often).
On Jan 4, 2013, at 10:48 AM, Tom Keays <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Is anybody out there using a CDN that is separate from their website to
> can consolidate and organize these files that is reliable (good uptime and
> good response time) and affordable (less expensive than hosting a complete
> website). In-as non-technical folks may need to access it, the interface
> for managing the files and directories needs to be friendly. E.G., AWS's
> native interface is too convoluted for newbies, but a program or web app
> built as a front-end designed to have simple management functions is the
> kind of thing I'm looking for (and something that mirrored AWS's built-in
> versioning would be awesome).
>  CDN: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Content_delivery_network
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