Dalet Majors On Orchestration

Dalet is showing off its orchestration capabilities at BroadcastAsia.

Dalet is marketing its orchestration capabilities as separate from its Galaxy MAM (though can be used with the MAM). The French firm describes Dalet Orchestration as an “enterprise, media supply chain solution” that integrates content pools and automates workflows across different verticals (programs, promos, news, sport, lifestyle, etc.). It further provides “a consolidated view of media assets across the business, and enables easy and efficient distribution of content by the various broadcasting and publishing systems.”

Delivered with Dalet Report Center, the solution offers business intelligence specifically tailored for media operations in order to measure performance throughout the chain and build sound data-driven strategies.

That’s just part of its BroadcastAsia offer. It has a newsroom package with integrated media logistics, NCRS and news production functions, powered by the Galaxy platform. This is in place at broadcasters including Euronews and Metro TV in Indonesia as well as WION/Zee Media Corp in India.

Its new business continuity solutions for disaster or recovery management can be hosted in an environment of the customer’s choice including on-premise, hosted in a private cloud, or in a public cloud such as AWS or Azure. The secondary site provides access to back-up content (video, audio, scripts, rundowns, etc.) replicated from the primary platform – from a few hours up to days or weeks of content, depending on capacity and replication policies. Available within minutes, all operation-critical workflows defined by the customer’s contingency plan will be switched on. The pay-as-you-go and on-demand infrastructure models of the cloud require minimal upfront investment compared to classic plans that require large capital investment.

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