In the previous Cloud Broadcasting article, we looked at Agile software development and its relevance to cloud computing. In this article, we delve further into Cloud-Born systems and investigate the differences between public and private clouds and where you might want to use them.
In the previous Cloud Broadcasting article, we took a very brief look at cloud security and its advantages over traditional datacentre systems. In this article, we delve further into Cloud Born systems and investigate the new requirements for software development and upgrades in broadcast software services.
At Londons’s BVE show, Interra Systems will demonstrate their comprehensive, integrated, and intuitive QC/monitoring solutions. A key highlight will be new HEVC and 4K support across all of the company’s products, including ORION real-time content monitoring and video analysis systems, VEGA media analysers, and BATON automated, file-based QC.
In the last article on Cloud Broadcasting we looked at reliability and the client-server model in Amazon Web Services high availability zones. In this article, we look more at cloud security, a very emotive word in the IT community.
The economics of the media and entertainment industry require that broadcasters and CDNs deliver a quality product every time to every screen so that viewers are provided with the best possible experience. This means engineers must be able to easily measure key signal parameters to be sure the signal meets delivery requirements.
In the last article on Cloud Broadcasting we looked at the concept of “Cloud Washed” and “Cloud Born” and the considerations vendors must look at when delivering true cloud systems. In this article, we look more at resilience and cloud system up time.