Property Manager is a configuration tool that you use in conjunction with several Akamai products to deliver your web-based content via the Akamai edge network. You'll use it to set up a property to determine several things, including:
- An edge hostname. You'll associate your domain name with an "Akamaized" version of it. As users access your domain, their requests are resolved to the edge hostname to access the Akamai edge network and review this property.
- Traffic and security options. To help direct and protect your content.
- Business rules. These rules tell the edge network servers how to handle and distribute the content retrieved from your origin server.
The features and options that are available for you to configure in Property Manager depend on the product you purchased and additional modules. This online help might sometimes refer to the solutions you can't see in the Property Manager interface.
- Know your way around
- Get to know the request flow
- Prepare your edge certificates
- Prepare your origin server
To launch Property Manager, in Akamai Control Center go to ☰ > CDN > Properties. You'll see configurations and Property Groups available for your account.
You can also start creating a new property right from the top navigation bar in Akamai Control Center. Just select Create > Property.
- Add an origin server to your property
- Use case-based Edge Mapping
- Use case: generate and implement UUIDs
- Workflow overview
- Configuration best practices
- What you need to know about caching
- How activation works
- Property Manager API (PAPI)
- Akamai Terraform Provider: Property Provisioning Module
- Property Manager CLI
- IDE: Property Manager extension for Visual Studio Code
- IDE: Property Manager plugin for Eclipse
- Edge hostnames API (HAPI)
- CP codes API
Updated 12 days ago