The s-maxage directive is now available to all Ion customers as part of the Caching behavior in Property Manager.
S-maxage is a cache-control directive defined by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). It makes it easier to configure caching across shared caches in a single setting. For organizations that use multiple CDNs, this new capability significantly simplifies cache management.
This is an opt-in feature that enables you to define how long content should be cached starting from the time content is requested by configuring Time To Live (TTL) once across Akamai and any other CDNs and intermediary caches.
The Caching behavior has a new option called Enhanced RFC support, which lets you honor the s-maxage directive, and other RFC-supported directives, in Cache-Control response headers from the origin.