AWS Media Blog

Category: Media Supply Chain & Archive

Case study: Cloudinary customers see 30% performance boost using CloudFront Functions

Cloudinary provides a complete media management solution for developers and marketers to optimize the delivery of media assets used on websites and apps. An AWS user since its inception in 2012, Cloudinary is also an AWS Partner. While Cloudinary’s customers were already achieving optimized performance through fast content delivery network service Amazon CloudFront, adding serverless edge scripting […]

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Integrating the Content Localization on AWS solution into your media creation and distribution workflow

Content creators and distributors seeking to deliver video content to worldwide customers have more options than ever before. However, even as tools and services for simplifying the distribution of video streams have become more readily available, the process of localizing content to make it understandable to a worldwide multi-lingual audience remains a challenge for many […]

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Channel deployment automation for AWS Elemental MediaLive with AWS CDK

Welcome to this blog series about media infrastructure automation. Over the course of the past year, many of you asked about how to design your media infrastructure operation and management—how to provide your teams with access to the right resources, with the right level of monitoring, and with required flexibility without the need to become […]

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AWS at NAB 2022 demos and presentation videos now available on demand

During the NAB Show 2022, Amazon Web Services showcased purpose-built solutions for media and entertainment (M&E) as well as technology-forward topics in its dedicated theater. Now, you can see many of these demonstrations and presentations on demand, which highlight the transformative power of the cloud across five solution areas for M&E: content production; media supply […]

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Guest post: Modernizing NASCAR’s multi-PB media archive at speed with AWS Storage

The sanctioning body for American auto racing, the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) has amassed a vast content library of video, audio, and image assets since it was founded in 1948. Each year, its archive continues to grow by 1.5 PB – 2 PB of data, making managing its legacy LTO tape storage unwieldy. […]

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How virtual workstations are reshaping talent acquisition and production workflows

A look at how cloud technology and remote access solutions provided by AWS and Leostream set creative studios up for post-pandemic success “The show must go on,” is a mantra for anyone working in sports, news, lifestyle, and entertainment. Bringing a production, TV series, or broadcast event to life relies heavily on technology that can […]

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Economia migrates to AWS for accelerated development

Economia is one of the largest media houses in the Czech Republic. Although news is its main focus, the company also maintains a large online portal that receives more than five million visitors each month. As a traditional media house, the company had a sizable on-premises infrastructure for operations, which slowed hardware provisioning and made […]

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Case Study: Panasonic Avionics uses Amazon GuardDuty and AWS Security Hub for security and compliance

Panasonic Avionics is a leading supplier of in-flight entertainment and communications solutions for airlines. As demand increased for digitized solutions, the company faced a major obstacle: it wasn’t in the cloud. In need of a digital transformation that would allow Panasonic Avionics to securely migrate all its sensitive data to the cloud, the company approached AWS […]

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[Updated 4/20] AWS showcases the power of the cloud at NAB Show 2022

Join Amazon Web Services (AWS) at NAB Show 2022, April 23–27 in Las Vegas, to meet with media and entertainment (M&E) subject matter experts and see demonstrations showcasing the transformative power of the cloud across five solution areas: content production; media supply chain and archive; broadcast; direct-to-consumer and streaming; and data and analytics. Designed for […]

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Alt text: New checksum options include SHA-256, SHA-1, CRC32 and CRC32C

Building scalable checksums

Customers in the media and entertainment industry interact with digital assets in various formats. Common assets include digital camera negatives, film scans, post-production renders, and more, all of which are business-critical. As assets move from one step to the next in a workflow, customers want to make sure the files are not altered by network […]

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