Dynamic Page Caching

With the Dynamic Page Caching (DPC) behavior enabled, the ​Akamai​ edge servers can cache and serve the same dynamically generated pages to different users.

How it works

Since more than one version of a page may be generated based on the attributes of a request, dynamic page caching lets you designate the conditional caching of those base pages.

You may do this by adding the following information to the cache ID:

  • Cookies
  • Headers
  • Query Parameters

You can include multiple instances of DPC in the same rule, but their order is very important as the cache identifier is created based on that order. You can set no-store and cacheable content for prefetching. This will reduce the time it takes for your content to load on your end-user’s browser.


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