This article describes all the settings for creating an Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) endpoint in an existing CDN profile. After you’ve created a profile and an endpoint, you can start delivering content to your customers. For a quickstart on creating a profile and endpoint, see Quickstart: Create an Azure CDN profile and endpoint.
Before you can create a CDN endpoint, you must have created at least one CDN profile, which can contain one or more CDN endpoints. To organize your CDN endpoints by internet domain, web application, or some other criteria, you can use multiple profiles. Because CDN pricing is applied at the CDN profile level, you must create multiple CDN profiles if you want to use a mix of Azure CDN pricing tiers. To create a CDN profile, see Create a new CDN profile.
Log in to the Azure portal with your Azure account.
For Verizon CDN endpoints, when an endpoint is disabled or stopped for any reason, all resources configured through the Verizon supplemental portal will be cleaned up. These configurations can’t be restored automatically by restarting the endpoint. You will need to make those configuration changes again.
To delete an endpoint when it is no longer needed, select it and then select Delete.