Vidispine Tools Now Available On Google Cloud

Arvato Systems’ Vidispine customers can now leverage Google Cloud now that a wide selection of its products have been ported to run on the platform.

The products now available on Google Cloud include: VidiCore media management backend, and VidiEditor browser-based video production solution. This allows Google Cloud customers to use them directly via the Platform's web-based console and build a digital media supply chain natively in the cloud.

In addition, it provides existing users of Vidispine products with access to a wider range of Google Cloud services as an increasing number of broadcast organizations look to build out their cloud workflows. It allows, for example, Vidispine users to build out their media archive with Google Storage.

Arvato Systems is already a long-standing Google Cloud Partner with deep experience in cloud projects, and we are delighted to be supporting the industry-wide move towards native cloud-based workflows with our Media Supply Chain products and expertise,” comments Stefan Eckardt, Head of Platform Success within the Vidispine team at Arvato Systems.

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