This behavior in your Akamai Cloud Embed base configuration controls which individual features can be included and set in a subcustomer's policy.
A policy is a set of rules and behaviors that are applied when an end user requests a specific subcustomer's content. You can use the ACE API to create individual subcustomer policies. They're defined in a PUT body component included with a specific call from the API.
With this behavior enabled you can enable or disable various options to limit the use of specific behaviors in subcustomer policies.
What you set here applies to all subcustomers assigned to this base configuration. For example, if you set an option to Off, any subcustomer assigned to this base configuration won't be able to configure the associated behavior in their policies. If you want the subcustomer to access a behavior, ensure it's set to On.
This enables the behavior settings.
- Set to On. This is typical. It applies if you want to set up individual policies for each subcustomer. You can enable/disable individual behaviors to meet your needs. (If disabled, that specific behavior can't be modified in an individual subcustomer policy.)
- Set to Off. This is uncommon and only applies to some lesser-used use cases. For example, this can apply to subcustomer level billing, when different delivery configurations are not required, or for domain validation for certificates. Talk to your account representative for more details on these uses cases.
Input the appropriate domain suffix. This is typically the same value you've input for use as your property hostname. We use this value internally to support two things:
- Domains need to be flagged as trustworthy or acceptable for access by the edge servers. Domain information is typically gathered from the origin server information defined in a Property Manager configuration. However, since an origin can be set dynamically via a policy in ACE, we allowlist the suffix you input here, and add it internally to all origin domains for this purpose.
- Akamai uses VIP-based slot-matching in secure ACE configurations. As a result, URL purge doesn’t work for vanity domains. So, you need to use this suffix with domain names while making purge requests. For example, to purge
abc.com/somepaththe request should go to
abc.com.<partner domain suffix>/somepath.
The remaining settings here can be enabled to customize these settings on a per-subcustomer basis, by generating a policy using the ACE API.
Set this to On to allow dynamic setup of allow referrers or deny referrers in the policy for each subcustomer.
Set this to On to enable the inclusion of a geographic regions
If you set this to On you can set up content revalidation schedules for each subcustomer in the associated policy.
Modify Forward Path
When set to On, you can dynamically modify the request path to the content server for each subcustomer in the associated policy.
Cache Key Query Arguments
When set to On you can apply various settings in subcustomers' policies to customize which query string arguments can be included in the Akamai edge server cache entry (cache-key).
Set this to On to configure whether or not edge servers can control access to subcustomer content through the use of tokens. (The token can be transmitted in the client request in a cookie, header, or query-parameter.)
Set this to On to allow configuration of a unique failover site in each subcustomers' policy.
Set this to On to configure file compression on a per subcustomer basis, via their unique policy.
When set to On, you can deny requests to a subcustomer's content based on certain match conditions. You set up these match conditions in the subcustomer's policy.
Dynamic Web Content
When set to On, you can apply various settings to subcustomers' policies to support and streamline the delivery of dynamic web content.
Streaming Video On-demand Delivery
Set this switch to On to allow addition of streaming on-demand video support via a subcustomer policy.
Large File Delivery
When set to On you can apply various settings in subcustomers' policies to support and streamline the delivery of large files (up to 1.8 GB in size).
Updated 6 months ago