Now on video: presentations from the AWS M&E LA symposium
Earlier this year, hundreds of media professionals came together for a day of learning at the AWS Media & Entertainment Symposium in Los Angeles. Recordings from selected sessions are now available for viewing and we’re excited to share them here.
AWS offers sports brands an array of tools to engage audiences and enhance the value of their content. Hear panelists from the National Hot Rod Association, Sony Electronics, and Sony New Media Solutions as they explain how Sony Intelligent Media Services helped the NHRA bring its video operations into the cloud and reach more audiences with more content on more devices.
What goes into migrating 118 applications, 668 servers, and more than a petabyte of data, while supporting 44,000 employees and 85 million fans? Jake Burns, Enterprise Strategist for AWS and former Vice President, Cloud Services for LiveNation, shares key learnings and business impacts from Live Nation’s global IT infrastructure migration to AWS.
Hear the AWS perspective on the wireless network standard that promises to boost bandwidth and reduce latency for content networks. How will 5G transform the way audiences think of technology and impact the economics of media creation and distribution? D Dehghanpisheh, AWS Senior Manager, Solutions Architecture, explains the implications of 5G across the content chain.
How does a global premium content provider bring its traditional broadcast workloads into the cloud? Jamie Duemo, VP MultiPlatform Distribution, CBS Operations & Engineering, takes you through the process, challenges, and results of migrating its media supply chain and building a content lake on AWS.
Machine learning offers content providers an efficient way to extract revenue from their digital media libraries. Panelists Garron Bateman, Solution Engineer, Veritone; Jackie Grant, Manager – International Television, Golden Boy Promotions; and David Tetreault, Executive Vice President – M&E, Golden Boy Promotions join moderator Ian McPherson, Partner Development Lead – M&E, AWS to discuss how Veritone worked with Golden Boy to build an AI-powered digital media hub to manage and monetize its massive archive of boxing assets.
Visual effects and animation workloads depend on efficient collaboration and seamless access to compute resources. Chad Dombrova, Head of Software for Luma Pictures, shares Luma’s experience deploying AWS Thinkbox Deadline to build a Studio in the Cloud and reveals the analyses that drove Luma’s shift to cloud-based architectures.
What goes into building a modern, cloud-based supply chain? Konstantin Wilms, SVP Cloud, Deluxe Entertainment Services Group sat down with Usman Shakeel, Global Tech Lead for M&E, AWS to offer insights into the approach Deluxe has taken in transforming its business with cloud-based infrastructure.