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Blue Coat Systems

Roger Gotthardsson
Sr. Systems Engineer
roger@bluecoat.com

Agenda

Company
Corporate data

Solutions
Client Proxy Solution
Blue Coat Webfilter
SSL Proxy
Reverse Proxy
MACH5

Products
ProxySG, ProxyAV, Director, Reporter
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Company

About Blue Coat


Innovative leader in secure content & application delivery
500+ employees; $146M annual revenue run rate
25,000+ appliances shipped worldwide to more than 4,000 customers
#1 (37%) market leader in Secure Content & Application Delivery (IDC)

Founded in 1996 with a focus on Acceleration


Accelerating Web applicationsmaking Internet applications faster
Innovative proxy caching appliance with object pipelining, adaptive
content refresh

Expanded in 2002 to include Policy Control & Security


Rich policy framework integrated with performance engine for visibility and
control of users, content and applications
Visibility: Who, what, where, when, how
Control: accelerate, deny, limit, scan, strip, transform

Integrated Solution for Acceleration & Security

About Blue Coat


Strategic Investments
March 1996 Scalable Software (HTTP and OS Kernel)
September 1999 Invertex (SSL Hardware Encryption)
June 2000 Springbank Networks (Hardware Design and Routing
Protocols)

December 2000 Entera (Streaming and Content Distribution)


November 2003 Ositis (Virus scanning appliance)
2004 Cerberian (Content filtering)
2006 Permeo Technologies (SSL VPN & client security)

Integrated Solution for Acceleration & Security

Client Proxy Solution

Client Proxy
Byte Caching
Authentication

Logging

Protocol
detection

BW
management

Policy

Clients

Internet

Caching
Antivirus

Protocol
optimization

URL-Filtering

Compression

Application proxy

HTTP & HTTPS

Streaming

Yahoo-IM

AOL-IM

FTP

MSN-IM

Internet
MAPI

CIFS

.mp3
.xxx
P2P

Telnet/Shell

gral.se

DNS

TCP-Tunnel

SOCKS

How We Secure the Web


Intranet
Web
Server
Internal
Network

User logs onto network


AAA:
and is authenticated via
NTLM, AD (Single-Sign-on),
LDAP, Radius, Forms, local
password.

Public
Web
Server

Public Internet

Authentication
NT, W2000 or
W2003 DC

RADIUS
Server

Netegrity
SiteMinder

Policy
Substitution

AD

Directory

Directory

Directory

Clients

Internet

LDAP

Client
Certifficate

On box
Database

Oblix

Directory

X509/CA

List

Directory

How We Secure the Web


Intranet
Web
Server
Internal
Network

Public
Web
Server

User logs onto network


AAA:
and is authenticated via

NTLM, AD (Single-Sign-on),
LDAP, Radius, Forms, local
password.
Policy Processing Engine:
All user web application
requests are subjected to
granular security policy

Public Internet

How We Secure the Web


Intranet
Web
Server
Internal
Network

User logs onto network


AAA:
and is authenticated via

NTLM, AD (Single-Sign-on),
LDAP, Radius, Forms, local
password.
Policy Processing Engine:
All user web application
requests are subjected to
granular security policy
Content Filtering: Requests
for content are controlled
using content filtering based
on granular policy

Public
Web
Server

Public Internet

Content Filtering
Organizations need to control what users are doing when
accessing the internet to protect from legal liability and productivity
risks
Blue Coat and our partners enable
enterprise-class content filtering
Powerful granular user control using
Blue Coats Policy Processing Engine
By user, group, destination IP and/or URL,
time of day, site, category, lots more

Multiple logging and reporting options


Integrates with all authentication
(LDAP, RADIUS, NTLM, AD, 2-factor, etc)
Coaching, warnings, etc.
High performance with integrated caching
Drop-in appliance for easy to deploy and manage
De-facto industry content filtering platform

Content filtering databases


WebWasher

Digital Arts

Smartfilter

InterSafe

Websense

Clients

Optenet

SurfControl

IWF

Proventia

Internet

Your lists
exceptions

BlueCoat
webfilter

DRTR

How We Secure the Web


Intranet
Web
Server
Internal
Network

Public Internet

User logs onto network


Bandwidth management:
AAA:

and is authenticated via


Compression, Bandwidth

NTLM, AD (Single-Sign-on),
LDAP, Radius, Forms, local
password.
Policy Processing Engine:
All user web application
requests are subjected to
granular security policy
Content Filtering: Requests
for content are controlled
using content filtering based
on granular policy

Public
Web
Server

management and Streaming


media Caching and Splitting.

HTTP Compression
ProxySG can support a mixed mode of HTTP compression operation
Original Content Server (OCS) or Core ProxySG can send either (de)compressed content to
edge or core ProxySG using GZIP or Deflate algorithms
Core ProxySG

compressed

compressed
compressed

Edge ProxySG

uncompressed

uncompressed

Remote Office

compressed

ProxySG

uncompressed

HQ Office

compressed

uncompressed

Enterprise

uncompressed

Internet

Bandwidth Management (BWM)


OBJECTIVE
Classify, control and limit the amount of bandwidth
used by a class of network traffic

BENEFITS

Protect performance of mission critical applications


SAP, ERP apps

Prevent bandwidth greedy applications from impacting other


applications
P2P

Provision bandwidth for applications that require a per-session


amount of bandwidth
Streaming

Balance necessary and important, bandwidth intensive, applications


HTTP, IM

How We Secure the Web


Intranet
Web
Server
Internal
Network

Public Internet

User logs onto network


Bandwidth management:
AAA:

and is authenticated via


Compression, Bandwidth

NTLM, AD (Single-Sign-on),
LDAP, Radius, Forms, local
password.
Policy Processing Engine:
All user web application
requests are subjected to
granular security policy
Content Filtering: Requests
for content are controlled
using content filtering based
on granular policy

Public
Web
Server

management and Streaming


media Caching and Splitting.

Virus scanning:
Web
Potentially harmful content
entering network via HTTP,
HTTPS and FTP
is stripped or scanned
by ProxyAV.

Virus, Code & Script scanning


Other ICAP servers

Clients

Internet

Sophos

McAfee

Kaspersky

Panda

ProxyAV

ProxyAV
ProxySG & ProxyAV
- Large Enterprise/Network Core
- Scan once, serve many (cache benefit)

Internet

Purpose-built appliances for


speed
Scan once, serve many to
increase performance
High-availability & loadbalancing
Purpose built operating
systems

Virus Scans HTTP, FTP


with caching benefit
ProxySG Load Balances
ProxyAV

ProxySG

Internal
Network

How We Secure the Web


Intranet
Web
Server
Internal
Network

Public Internet

User logs onto network


Bandwidth management:
AAA:

and is authenticated via


Compression, Bandwidth

NTLM, AD (Single-Sign-on),
LDAP, Radius, Forms, local
password.
Policy Processing Engine:
All user web application
requests are subjected to
granular security policy
Content Filtering: Requests
for content are controlled
using content filtering based
on granular policy

Public
Web
Server

management and Streaming


media Caching and Splitting.

Virus scanning:
Web
Potentially harmful content
entering network from web
is stripped or scanned
by ProxyAV.
Prevention is better
Spyware:
than a cure.

BlueCoat Spyware Prevention Solution


Stops spyware installations
Detect drive-by installers

Internet

Blocks spyware websites


On-Proxy URL categorization

Scans for spyware signatures

ProxySG

High-performance Web AV

Detects suspect systems


Forward to cleansing agent

Internal
Network

ProxyAV

How We Secure the Web


Intranet
Web
Server
Internal
Network

Public Internet

User logs onto network


Bandwidth management:
AAA:

and is authenticated via


Compression, Bandwidth

NTLM, AD (Single-Sign-on),
LDAP, Radius, Forms, local
password.
Policy Processing Engine:
All user web application
requests are subjected to
granular security policy
Content Filtering: Requests
for content are controlled
using content filtering based
on granular policy

Public
Web
Server

management and Streaming


media Caching and Splitting.

Virus scanning:
Web
Potentially harmful content
entering network from web
is stripped or scanned
by ProxyAV.
Prevention is better
Spyware:
than a cure.

IM Traffic Control: IM traffic


is subjected to policies and
is logged

IM Control with Blue Coat ProxySG


Granular IM policy control
By enterprise, group or user level
Control by IM feature (IM only, chat, attachments,
video, etc.), internal or external IM, time of day, etc.
Control IM options include deny connection,
strip attachment, log chat (including attachment)
Key word actions include send alert to IT or
manager, log, strip, send warning message to user

Drop-in appliance for easy to deploy


and manage IM control

How We Secure the Web


Intranet
Web
Server
Internal
Network

NTLM, AD (Single-Sign-on),
LDAP, Radius, Forms, local
password.
Policy Processing Engine:
All user web application
requests are subjected to
granular security policy
Content Filtering: Requests
for content are controlled
using content filtering based
on granular policy

Public Internet

User logs onto network


Bandwidth management:
AAA:

and is authenticated via


Compression, Bandwidth

Public
Web
Server

management and Streaming


media Caching and Splitting.

Virus scanning:
Web
Potentially harmful content
entering network from web
is stripped or scanned
by ProxyAV.
Prevention is better
Spyware:
than a cure.

IM Traffic Control: IM traffic

is subjected to policies and


is logged
Caching: Acceptable, clean
content is stored
in cache and delivered to
requestor.

Streaming acceleration
Streaming

Microsoft Streaming & Native RTSP


Live Stream split, VOD Stream cache
Rich Streaming features, Unicast-Multicast
Scheduling live streaming from VOD

Enhancements
Store, Cache & distribute
Video On Demand
Schedule VOD content to
be played as Live Content
Convert between Multicast-Unicast
Authenticate Streaming users
To NTLM, Ldap, RADIUS+Onbox

How We Secure the Web

Internal
Network

NTLM, AD (Single-Sign-on),
LDAP, Radius, Forms, local
password.
Policy Processing Engine:
All user web application
requests are subjected to
granular security policy
Content Filtering: Requests
for content are controlled
using content filtering based
on granular policy

Public Internet

User logs onto network


Bandwidth management:
AAA:

and is authenticated via


Compression, Bandwidth

Public
Web
Server

management and Streaming


media Caching and Splitting.

Virus scanning:
Web
Potentially harmful content
entering network from web
is stripped or scanned
by ProxyAV.
Prevention is better
Spyware:
than a cure.

IM Traffic Control: IM traffic

Intranet
Web
Server

is subjected to policies and


is logged
Caching: Acceptable, clean
content is stored
in cache and delivered to
requestor.
Reporting: All browser,
streaming, IM & virus activity,
can be reported using
Bluecoat's highly
configurable reporter.

Reporter

Blue Coat Webfilter

The Internet
The internet today consists of 350 million webservers.
A large ammount of these conatain information you
dont want in your organisation.
A cleaver solution would be to use Content Filtering.
BlueCoat now introduces Generation 3 of content
filtering, BlueCoat Webfilter.

350 Million

Generation 1
The first generation of content filters consisted of
static manually managed lists of popular pornographic
and unproductive websites. Very often retreived from
access logs, popular bad sites where banned.

1 Million

The intended purpose was to save bandwidth and


warn users that inapropriate behaviour was logged.
People got together and distributed their lists in free
lists compatible with proxies such as Squid.
The distributed list where in the size of a million URL:s

349 Million

Generation 2
Corporations relised they could make money of a list
and started to collect lists and logs from the web, manually
rating these in larger scale. More categories where added
to increase value. The systems started to collect URL:S
autmatically and download new lists periodicly. Some
of them even many times every day.

15 Million

Special categories where added for static security threats


placed on known webservers, spyware phishing etc. Other
than bad sites where added such as Economy, business,
news etc. to present statistics of Internet usage.
335 Million

Generation 2
Number of URL:s was in the numbers of 10-20 millions.
Hitrates in logsystems presented was in the numbers of
50-80%. Regular expression on URL:s and other tricks
sometimes gave a false picture of rating over 90%. But in
fact less than 5% of the Internet was covered.

15 Million

335 Million

Generation 3
The dynamics of internet and new security risks
urged for a new way of categorizing the Internet,
Dynamic rating of uncategorized websites can today
rate most websites, the ones thats impossible to rate
could be stripped down to present only html and
images to reduce risk.

15 Million

The static URL database are constantly updated like


any Generation 2 filter. This database is cached in
some systems (ProxySG) to increase performance.
The rest (95%) of the Internet is categorised using
dynamic rating.
335 Million

Dynamic Real Time Rating

Internet

Servers

44s

language 1
language 2
language 3
language 4
language 5
language n

DRTR

Clients

Customer

DXD

BlueCoat

* The picture is simplified, all systems are redundant.

To background rating

G2

Language detection

RS

DBR

HR

SSL Proxy

SSL Proxy: Policy Enforcement

Control web content, applications, and servicesregardless of encryption


Block, allow, throttle, scan, accelerate, insert, strip, redirect, transform
Apply the same policies to encrypted traffic as to normal traffic

Stops/controls rogue applications that take advantage of SSL

Protect the enterprise from SSL-borne threats


Stop spyware and secured phishing
SSL-secured webmail and extranets virus transmissions

SSL-borne malicious and inappropriate content

Accelerate critical applications


Enables a variety of acceleration techniques (e.g., caching)

Apps
SSL

Policy

SSL

User
Internet

Internal
Network

Blue Coat: Visibility and Context


Client-Proxy Connection
Client

Server-Proxy Connection

Proxy

Algorithms I support.
Connection Request.

Server
Algorithms I support.
Connection Request.

Verify certificate
and extract (proxys)
public key.

Lets use
this algorithm.
Emulated certificate.

Complete
Authentication.

Complete
Authentication.

Tunnel Established

Verify certificate
and extract servers
public key.

Complete
Authentication.

Use this algorithm.


Servers digital
certificate.

Complete
Authentication.

Tunnel Established

Flexible Configurations
Trusted applications passed through
Sensitive, known, financial or health care

No cache, visibility

Option 1

Awareness of network-level
information only
Control

Apps

User

SSL
Internet

TCP

TCP

Flexible Configurations
Initial checks performed
Valid user, valid application
Valid server cert

User/application traffic passed through


after initial checks
No cache
Visibility and context of network-level info,
certificates, user, and applications
Can warn user, remind of AUP, and
offer opt-out
Apps

Option 2

Control

User

SSL
Internet

TCP

TCP

Flexible Configurations
Initial checks performed
Valid user, valid application
Valid server cert

User/application traffic proxied after initial checks


Full caching and logging options
Visibility and context of network-level info,
certificates, user, applications, content, etc.

Option 3

Full termination/proxy

Can warn user, remind of AUP, and


offer opt-out

Control

Apps
User

Internet

SSL

SSL

TCP

TCP

Reverse Proxy

Reverse Proxy
Logging

Policy

Authentication

URL-rewrite

Internet
Clients

Servers

AV

SSL/Certificate
Caching

Reverse Proxy
PROTECTS Web Servers

ACCELERATES Web Content

Secure, object-based OS
Controls access to web apps
Web AV scanning

Intelligent caching
Compression and bandwidth mgt.
TCP & SSL offload

Web
Servers

ProxySG
Firewall
Internal
Network

Users
Public
Internet

Users

SIMPLIFIES Operations
Scalable, optimized appliance
Easy policy creation & management
Complete logging & reporting

Secure & Accelerate Web Applications

HTTPS Termination
HTTPS Termination (Client ProxySG)
Off-load secure website or portal

HTTPS Origination (ProxySG Server)


Secure channel to content server for clients

Man-in-the-Middle (Termination & Origination)


Allows caching, policy and virus scanning

Secure credential acquisitions


SSL Hardware Acceleration Cards
800 RSA transactions per second per card
SSL v2.0, v3.0, and TLS v1 support

Off-load web application servers to improve


performance

Example Scenarios for Reverse Proxy


Secure and Accelerate Public Websites
Improves content delivery with integrated caching
Services legitimate users while resisting DoS attacks
High-performance SSL

Secure Corporate Webmail


Securely isolates Web servers from direct Internet
access
Proxy authentication for additional layer of protection
Plug-n-play SSL

Scanning Uploaded Files for Viruses


Simple integration with ProxyAV
Real-time scanning of uploaded content
Protects Web infrastructure from malware

Accelerate Applications All Users All Locations

Recipe for Branch


Performance Problems
Server Consolidation
+ Increased application traffic
+ Inefficient application protocols
+ Highly distributed users
+

Narrow bandwidth links

= Poor Application Performance

Minimum for Application Acceleration


Optimize use of existing WAN bandwidth
Reduce latency associated with applications
Improve the efficiency of application protocols
Prioritize the applications that matter most

Re-use and compress data where possible


Accelerate File Sharing, Email, and browserbased enterprise applications
Complete Solution Requires More

Platform for Application Acceleration

Multiprotocol Accelerated Caching Hierarchy

Bandwidth
Protocol
Management Optimization

Object
Caching

Byte
Caching

Compression

File Services (CIFS), Web (HTTP), Exchange (MAPI),


Video/Streaming (RTSP, MMS), Secure Web (SSL)

New Requirement: SSL Acceleration


More and More SSL

Nearly 50% of all


corporate Web
application traffic is SSL

SSL Traffic

70% of all mobile and


teleworkers use SSL for
secure application
delivery

Internally
Hosted Apps

68% of Blue Coat


customers depend on
externally hosted Web
Externally
applications
Hosted Apps

Source: Blue Coat Customer Surveys

New Requirement: Video Acceleration


Enterprise users
becoming more distributed
Mobile, teleworker, and branch/
remote offices
Regulatory and cost drivers

Remote employee training


becoming a necessity
Live (streaming) and on-demand video

Performance quality
becoming a requirement
Network and application issues must
be addressed
Control and acceleration of video
is needed

Bandwidth Management
Sales Automation App
Priority 1
Min 400Kb, Max 800Kb

E-Mail
Priority 2
Min 100Kb, Max 400Kb

File Services
Priority 3
Min 400Kb, Max 800Kb

General Web Surfing


Priority 4
Min 0Kb, Max 200Kb

Divide user and application traffic into classes

Guarantee min and/or max bandwidth for a class


Align traffic classes to business priorities

Protocol Optimization

Protocol Optimization

10-100X Faster
Includes CIFS, MAPI, HTTP, HTTPS, TCP

Object Caching
Built on high-level applications and protocols
HTTP/Web caching

Streaming caches
CIFS cache

Advantages
Fastest response times
Offload work from servers (and networks)
Can be deployed asymmetrically

Limitations
Application-specific
All or nothing: No benefit if whole object not found or
changed

Byte Caching
Local History Cache

Remote History Cache

..11011111001110011...111001111001
..11011111001110011...111001111001
Sequences are
100101011101100100001101001100111
100101011101100100001101001100111
They are
The
original
001000001111000111001100011000001
001000001111000111001100011000001
found in the local
001111000000110111101001000011011 Proxies keep
001111000000110111101001000011011
transmitted
as
stream
is
history
cache
0001011111001010101011100110100111a history of all
0001011111001010101011100110100111
small
reconstructed
010011110010000000000001110010111
010011110010000000000001110010111
001011011011010010101100101100111 bytes sent
references over
using the 001011011011010010101100101100111
10001111111111000000000
10001111111111000000000
and received

the WAN

11011111001110010010010111001
10010101110110010000110100110
01110010000011110001110011000
11000001001111000000110111101
00100001101101001011111001101
00111011010011010011110010000
00000000111001011100101101101
1010010101100101100

Local LAN

remote history
cache

[R1]0010010[R2]1001011111
00110100111011010011[R3]

WAN Link

11011111001110010010010111001
10010101110110010000110100110
01110010000011110001110011000
11000001001111000000110111101
00100001101101001011111001101
00111011010011010011110010000
00000000111001011100101101101
1010010101100101100

Remote LAN

Compression

110111110011100100100
110111110011100100100
101110011001010111011
101110011001010111011
001000011010011001110
001000011010011001110
010000011110001110011
010000011110001110011
000110000010011110000
000110000010011110000
001101111010010000110 1101111100111001001001011100110010101110110010000 001101111010010000110
110100101111100110100 10011001110010000011110001110011000110000010011
110100101111100110100
111011010011010011110
111011010011010011110
010000000000001110010
010000000000001110010
111001011011011010010
111001011011011010010
101100101100010100100
101100101100010100100
101010101010100010111
101010101010100010111

COMPRESSION

Industry-standard gzip algorithm compresses all traffic


Removes predictable white space from content and
objects being transmitted

MACH5 Techniques Work Together


Object Caching

Caches repeated, static app-level data; reduces BW and latency

Byte Caching

Caches any TCP application using


similar/changed data; reduces BW

Compression

Reduces amount of data transmitted; saves BW

Bandwidth Management

Prioritize, limit, allocate, assign DiffServ by user


or application

Protocol Optimization

Remove inefficiencies, reduce latency

Object Caching
Object caches are built on higher level applications and
protocols
HTTP/Web caching
Streaming caches
CIFS cache

Object cache advantages


Fastest response times
Offload work from servers
Can be deployed asymmetrically

Object cache disadvantages


Works with limited set of applications
Works on limited range of data inside applications
All or nothing: No benefit if whole object not found or changed

Object vs. Byte Caching

Proxy?

Object Caching

Byte Cache

HTTP(S), FTP,
Streaming, CIFS

Built on TCP

Protocol Optimization Integration

Server Offload

Network Offload

Incremental Updates

No App Integration

End User Performance

Scope

Best

Good

Focused

Broad

Products

MACH5 Ships with Blue Coat SGOS 5


Corporate
Headquarters

SG8000 Series

SG800 Series

Remote
Offices

SG400 Series

SG200 Series

GA April 2006

Appliances start at US$1,995

Branch Office

Enterprise Core

ProxyAV Appliances

Corporate
Headquarters

2000-E Series

400-E Series
Remote
Offices

Connected
Users

Up to 250 users

100-2000 users

1000 -50,000+ users

WAN
Bandwidth

Sub 1.5Mbps
Bandwidth

1.5Mbps- 45Mbps
Bandwidth

150Mbps +
Bandwidth

Performance

400-E1
One Model: 400-E1
RAM: 512 MB
CPU: 1.26GHz PIII
Disk drive 40 GB IDE
Network Interfaces (2 on board) 10/100 BaseT Ethernet
19" Rack-mountable

Software

Reporter (SW)

Advanced Java application to generate statistics from logs

Licenced products

Licensed products

Streaming
Real Networks, Microsoft, Quicktime
Instant Messaging
MSN, Yahoo, AOL
Optional Security (HW+SW bundle)
SSL termination/proxy

Licenced products

Licensed products

Content filtering
BlueCoat Webfilter
ICAP AV Scanner
ProxyAV (McAfee, Sophos, Panda, Kaspersky, Ahn Labs)

The Power of the Proxy


Web Security
Prevent spyware,
malware & viruses
Stop DoS attacks
IE vulnerabilities,
IM threats

Policy Control

Fine-grained policy for applications,


protocols, content & users (allow,
deny, transform, etc)
Granular, flexible logging
Authentication integration

Accelerated Applications

Multiprotocol
Accelerated Caching
Hierarchy
BW mgmt, compression,
protocol optimization
Byte & object caching

Full Protocol Termination = Total Visibility & Context


(HTTP, SSL, IM, Streaming, P2P, SOCKS, FTP, CIFS, MAPI, Telnet, DNS)

Ultimate Control Point for Communications

Management

Management
User Interface
HTTP (HTTPS), web GUI Interface
Telnet (Cisco CLI)
SSH & Serial console
Java Policy interface
CPL, Policy Language
SNMP MIBII + Traps
Monitor network status and statistics

Reporting tools
BlueCoat Reporter

Scalable management
Centralized configuration management in Director

Reporting (example)

18.2 %
16.5 %
9.5 %
6.8 %

Spyware (gator)
Aftonbladet
Ads (in top 40)
https (encrypted)

System-wide Management and Control


Blue Coat Director
Centralized configuration of Blue Coat
appliances set up, policy, etc
Centralized monitoring appliance health,
application use, user experience

Blue Coat Reporter


Enterprise roll-up and analysis of application
delivery information: appliances, application
use, user experience

Both Director and Reporter are proven, with


thousands of nodes under management

Director configuration Management


Remotely and
securely manage
via GUI or CLI.

Workstation
Configuration Management
Policy Management

Director
(2) Snapshot profile
and save on
Director

Profile system

Disaster protection centrally


Configuration Management
Monitor and control

(3) Create and edit


overlays using GUI
or CLI.

Resource Management
Monitor network
status and statistics
Profile Management

(4) Push profiles and


overlays to one
or more systems

(1) Configure and test


profile system

Backup configuration
Create overlays using GUI
or CLI. Automate changes
License Management

Production systems

Content Delivery Network

Publish
content

WWW
Servers

Pull content
from origin
servers.

Content
Owners

Edge
Systems

Director

Tell Director
about new
content

Tell caches to
update content

Users

Deliver the
content.

Director GUI

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