In this quickstart, you enable Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) by creating a new CDN profile, which is a collection of one or more CDN endpoints. After you’ve created a profile and an endpoint, you can start delivering content to your customers.
Sign in to the Azure portal with your Azure account.
A CDN profile is a container for CDN endpoints and specifies a pricing tier.
After you’ve created a CDN profile, you use it to create an endpoint.
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 the configuration change again.
In the preceding steps, you created a CDN profile and an endpoint in a resource group. Save these resources if you want to go to Next steps and learn how to add a custom domain to your endpoint. However, if you don’t expect to use these resources in the future, you can delete them by deleting the resource group, thus avoiding additional charges: