Migrate Media Workflows to AWS
Retire your technical debt and increase focus on innovating for your customers
There are several reasons why customers are migrating their media workflows to the cloud. Some are migrating to the cloud to increase the productivity of their workforce. We also see a lot of companies with a data center consolidation or rationalization projects migrating to the cloud. Additionally, there are companies that are looking to completely re-imagine their business using modern technology as part of a larger digital transformation program. And of course, organizations are always looking for ways to improve the bottom line by reducing their costs.
E-book: Video Processing and Delivery Moves to the Cloud
As video quality, accessibility and utility skyrockets, how video providers create and deliver professional-grade video services changes dramatically. This e-book digs into the details behind the causes and effects of this shift. Learn about the benefits of moving video operations to the cloud, the pros and cons of conventional approaches, and tips for adapting to coming changes.
White Paper: Live Video Deliver from the Cloud
For broadcasters using traditional video infrastructure, the cost and complexity of maintaining video operations is a necessary evil. But to advocate for a change for the better, broadcasters need sound business reasons. This paper explains how cloud technologies take high costs and complexity off the table, and create mutually beneficial provider and customer relationships.
Webcast: How to Implement Video Processing, Storage, and Monetization in the Cloud
Whether you’re using appliances or appliance + VM + cloud instances, you now have a rock-steady on ramp to get you to efficient, cloud-based video infrastructure. Studios, broadcasters, pay TV operators, media service providers, sports leagues, digital publishers, new media companies – you’re covered with a robust range of services for ingesting, storing, processing, managing, delivering and analyzing video content, and AWS Media Services does it all. This webcast outlines the benefits.
Entirely in the Cloud
AWS cloud services are designed to grow, shrink, adapt, and evolve with your needs and are more easily kept up to date with current technologies than traditional video infrastructure – saving video providers money and time.
Less time required to create and run new video workflows with AWS means more time available for video innovation with features like advanced analytics and machine learning.
Reliability and Quality
AWS video services offer the same reliability and quality as traditional physical infrastructure for live and on-demand video delivery. Video providers have access to a full range of codecs, features and integrations to optimize video workflows.
Challenges & Solutions for Media Workflows in the Cloud
Video is deeply embedded in today’s connected experience. It’s packaged for access on the go, it’s ever-present in social media feeds and it’s at the ready throughout the home, on connected TVs, set-top boxes, and a growing number of devices.
In today’s video landscape, all video providers, from the largest global conglomerate to the fledging enterprise, face the same challenges. Simply put, traditional approaches to video processing and delivery cannot keep pace with the changing nature of video consumption and the rising expectations that follow from it.
In an effort to overcome the shortcomings of traditional video infrastructure and to lessen undifferentiated heavy lifting, technology vendors have begun to offer cloud-based services that promise to reduce the role of hardware-based solutions in the video workflow.
With AWS, video providers can stop worrying about infrastructure, speed and capacity. Whether for OTT, live-to-VOD, multiscreen or 24x7 streaming, video providers can run end-to-end video workflows entirely on the AWS cloud with improved security, simplicity, latency, and integration with other services – with AWS your content never has to leave the platform.
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