Qvest Media offers pre-configured, ready-to-use package solutions.
Qvest Media’s latest product lines include Qvest.Cloud Ultimate for enterprise solutions and Qvest.Cloud Go! for live event production, post-production, archiving, disaster recovery or playout.
The packages are pre-configured with cloud applications from leading software manufacturers.
Qvest, a systems architect and ICT integrator, says Qvest.Cloud is built for companies that want to efficiently orchestrate, manage and monitor their media technology - either on-premise, with a single cloud provider, in a multi-cloud environment, or using a hybrid model.
“Furthermore, system resources can be scaled on demand and the cost structure of production processes can be analyzed and planned. To perform these tasks, Qvest.Cloud comes with the integrated services of cloud automation, workflow orchestration, user management, monitoring, measuring and billing and cost control.
Workflows can be designed with an intuitive graphical user interface and linked flexibly with any manufacturer’s application that needs to be integrated. The partner ecosystem, which currently comprises cloud applications from over 40 leading manufacturers from the media and IT industry, is constantly expanding.
With Qvest.Cloud Go!, Qvest Media offers pre-configured, ready-to-use package solutions. Qvest Media distributes the various packages as SaaS model, which allows flexible use and scaling.
Qvest Media showcased Qvest.Cloud Go! packages Q.Live (live event production), Q.Create (post-production), Q.Store(archiving), Q.Safe (disaster recovery), and Q.Air (channel playout) in Las Vegas. More than 30 partner applications are currently already being orchestrated in these products.
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