Moving Live Media to the Cloud: A Real-World Example

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Originally Aired - Monday, April 17   |   10:40 AM - 11:00 AM PT

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Creating or migrating a complex media ecosystem into public cloud can seem daunting. Many aspects of the cloud are very different from a traditional, physically wired, and static world. These differences ultimately require the methods for managing such ecosystems to be versatile and dynamic.

  • This paper explores a real-world example of a live sports events-based service with key attributes that include: very high-value content, mass audiences, and dynamic service provisioning — making full use of cloud scalability to reflect the ephemeral nature of the events with fully automated workflows.
  • In particular, this paper addresses how modern, open-source monitoring and visualization tools can be used to help bridge the gap between media services and the software, processing, and infrastructure, allowing a holistic view of the system behavior – addressing one of the major concerns when considering cloud.

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Media and Cloud 2

Cloud Tech and Workflows | CONNECT |


Olie Baumann
Innovation Lead