Acquia Edge Powered by Akamai is a partnership with Akamai behind our Acquia Edge solution to provide the following services:
Edge CDN: Provides a highly customizable, globally load balanced content delivery network (CDN) so that visitors can interact with your application at the fastest possible speeds, irrespective of their location. Edge CDN accelerates application delivery and mobile experiences, and also ensures availability by avoiding bottlenecks and overloaded servers.
Edge Web Application & API Protection (WAAP): Delivers enterprise-grade security, including a Web Application Firewall (WAF) and DDoS mitigation, to secure applications from malicious attacks and protect digital experiences. It secures your application with protection against distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks and web application attacks with an enterprise-grade security solution that examines web traffic looking for suspicious activities.
Edge Bot Manager: Provides an added layer onto Edge Security, enabling you to gain heightened visibility and control of bot traffic to your digital experiences. A flexible framework to better manage the wide array of bots accessing their websites every day. Identify bots as they first arrive, categorize different types of bots, and apply the most appropriate management policy for each category. Edge Bot Management includes Edge WAAP and Edge CDN.
You can use the documentation within this section to configure and customize your Acquia Edge Powered by Akamai implementation. You can also refer to the following resources:
For assistance with questions or troubleshooting your Acquia Edge Powered by Akamai implementation, contact Acquia Support.
The Akamai Status page provides the latest information about emergency maintenance, service interruptions, and security issues affecting any of the Akamai products, with separate status alerts for each component. Akamai Status communicates the most current information available, which is subject to changes, corrections and updates. If you are experiencing issues with an Akamai service and do not see a notice posted, contact Acquia Support.
For more information, see the FAQs on the Akamai Community
You can subscribe to the Akamai Status page by email, SMS messaging, webhook, or RSS/Atom feeds. You can subscribe to individual components, individual incidents, or all notifications enabling you to receive the updates appropriate for your website.
On the Akamai Status page, click Subscribe To Updates.
Select the appropriate notification method and enter any required fields.
On the Choose which components to get status updates for page, select the components for which you want to receive notifications.
Confirm your subscription through your selected source to confirm activation of status alerts.
You can update your alert notifications and methods at any time.
Your Acquia Edge Powered by Akamai subscription provides you with powerful tools to manage the delivery and security of your Acquia applications. These tools are available by signing in to Akamai Control Center at https://control.akamai.com.
Your login credentials for Akamai Control Center are provisioned and provided to you during your Acquia Edge Implementation and Enablement for Akamai engagement with Acquia Professional Services.
To sign in to the Akamai user interface:
Obtain your user login credentials during the Acquia Edge Implementation and Enablement for Akamai engagement for your team.
Access Akamai Control Center.
Specify your email address and then password according to the provided credentials.
Upon first login, you must set up two-factor authentication (2FA) for your Control Center account. You can use one of three authenticator apps to configure this setting. After you do this initial configuration, you can use the selected authenticator app for your authentication code every time you log in to Akamai Control Center.
For any questions or issues in logging in to Akamai Control Center, contact Acquia Support.