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Run Leaner, More Agile and Scalable OTT Operations
Olivier Karra The migration to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) for media processing is underway and growing as broadcasters and content service providers explore new ways to increase agility and operational efficiencies. With media processing SaaS, content and service providers can quickly and easily deploy new channels, deliver a better quality of experience (QoE) to their audiences from anywhere in the world with low latency across all screens.
Tags: iss132 | ott | harmonic | saas | cmaf | vod | delivery | Olivier Karra
Contributing Author Olivier Karra Click to read or download PDF
Content Security in the CLoud
Bruce Devlin Security is a difficult topic. There is no such thing a generic security. You always secure yourself against specific threats and hope the solution is generic enough to cover other similar classes of threat. For example - placing an expensive lock on the front door of your house prevents the specific threat of gaining access by using the door handle on the door. It gives you no protection at all from someone using a diamond tipped chainsaw to cut through the house to make a new door.
Tags: iss114 | cloud security | saas | paas | Bruce Devlin
Contributing Author Bruce Devlin Click to read
Todays media business needs SaaS
Barrett Coakley Everything you need to know about SaaS
Tags: iss087 | Sigiant | SaaS | Cloud | Hybrid SaaS solutions | Media Shuttle | Barrett Coakley
Contributing Author Barrett Coakley Click to read
Our third digital revolution?
Bob Pank# A little history the first digital revolution for the TV production and post industries started somewhere about 1972 and then involved introducing digital islands into an analogue world. The introduction of much more affordable digital VTRs such as Sonys DigiBeta in 1993 heralded the beginning of the end of analogue.
Tags: iss066 | digibeta | oracle | cloud | avid | chyron | aframe | saas | Bob Pank#
Contributing Author Bob Pank# Click to read
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