Today CDNs offer unique dynamic content for the applicant and not cacheable. The advantage of having a CDN capable of providing dynamic content is the scaling and performance of the application. The CDN will establish and maintain secure connections closer to the requester and, if the CDN is on the same network as the source, as in the case of cloud-based CDNs, routing at the source is accelerated to recover the dynamic content. Furthermore, content such as form data, images and text can be ingested and sent back to the source, thus exploiting low-latency connections and PoP proxy behavior. By combining the delivery of static and dynamic content, customers are now using CDN to provide interaction and delivery of the entire site.