@Obsolesce said in Who do you use for content delivery? (If that is even the right phrase):
@JasGot said in Who do you use for content delivery? (If that is even the right phrase):
From the end user:
For all file types, my maximum upload file size with the host is 10 MB.
Avg. size: 1 MB, not more than 2
Videos don’t get loaded up to the website, we just link to our YouTube channel and are able to embed videos from there.
Avg. size: Truly such a variation. Presently, the number of things on our website above 10 MB is extremely limited because we have to get specific permission every time to upload a larger file, and even then it’s only a bit more than 10. We have some epub/pdf files we’d like to add that are huge.
The best example is a picture book. We’d probably separate it into two files (Old and New ), but even reduced as much as possible, those files are 18 MB and 25 MB.
Those sound like limits set in web/php config or other platform config. But yeah, you need some public storage with enough bandwidth, I don't see a need for CDN since no other requirements were mentioned.
You can pick the region for most solutions. But if you store data in another region, then you may be obligated to follow local policies like GDPR for example.
But as Scott said, need more data to know what to recommend. If it's pdfs, I don't see a reason for anywhere specific from that alone.