- by Emre Yilmaz
- Nov 29, 2019
When you make changes on your content distributed via your Amazon CloudFront distribution, you have two options for them to be visible if they are cached: You will either wait for the cache to expire or you will invalidate them to serve the changes immediately. Of course, you cannot do anything about the cached content on your users’ browsers. But in your side, everything is under your control on AWS.
In this post, I will talk about how to invalidate some paths on your Amazon CloudFront distributions using AWS CLI along with some other commands that may be helpful in the process. Read more at Invalidating Paths on Your Amazon CloudFront Distributions Using AWS CLI post.