Essential Guide: Productive Cloud Workflows

June 1st 2022 - 09:30 AM
Tony Orme, Editor at The Broadcast Bridge

It’s quite incredible to think that real time broadcast signal workflows are now actively encouraging software processing. It wasn’t so long ago that video images had to be processed in hardware to meet the tight timing constraints that live video processing demands.

But what do we mean by the term “cloud workflows”? Why are they so powerful? How do they work? And how do we use them to empower collaboration and future proofing broadcast facilities?

This Essential Guide reviews exactly what it means to operate a cloud workflow. It provides answers to scaling, SaaS provision, collaboration, and APIs. RESTful control and monitoring combined with JSON data exchange has proved itself in the rest of the internet community, and with this Essential Guide we look at how it is influencing broadcast television.

This Essential Guide has been written for technologists, their managers, and anybody looking to improve their knowledge of cloud-born infrastructures and workflows.

Download this Essential Guide now.

Supported by

You might also like...

Broadcast Audio System Design: Part 1 – Overview

We begin our series on things to consider when designing broadcast audio systems with the pivotal role audio plays in production and the key challenges audio presents.

NRK’s LL35 Gaming Reality TV Experiment

LL35 is a “If you build it, they will come” attempt to attract the young gaming community to live streaming and TV content.

The Sponsors Perspective: Working In The Cloud – Productivity Is Always The Key

We’ve encountered media companies along all aspects of migrating their workflows to the cloud. Some with large on-premises media processing capabilities are just beginning to design their path, while others have transformed some of their workflows to be cloud-native, a…

Preparing To Broadcast ​Commonwealth Games Birmingham

The 2022 Commonwealth Games will be the biggest sports event on UK shores since London 2012 with around 1.5 billion global audience expected to watch over the 11 day event beginning July 28. Bidding for the host broadcast contract began in summer of 2019 with the…

Look Like A Million For Less

Every TV viewer compares live content with what they regularly see on TV, with multimillion-dollar talent with more multimillions in technical equipment and support.