On Demand Webinar from IABM Member Digital Nirvana
Video with Rob Tucker, CEO of Meta, on Metadata Transformation: Six Steps to Success.
Omne trium perfectum when using metadata, Elasticsearch and object storage to form an intelligent data management platform—ready to scale
Every autumn since my 13th birthday, I fall in love. That’s because I live in New England. For about a 6-week span, there is no better place to live. Great weather of cool nights and warm days combined with the beauty of the leaves changing color. It really is the best time to be here…but all that comes with a price. At the same time that I’m falling in love, my hate for the falling leaves grows more and more. Living in New England, it’s a continual battle to deal with the leaves blanketing the lawn. Sure, I can rake up the massive amount of leaves that shed from my trees into piles. After all, it’s cheap and good exercise, but I don’t have the time to spend hours upon hours fighting the never-ending battle. The only way to keep up with it is to invest in the right solution to get the job done in an efficient manner. In this case, it’s using a riding mower and backpack blower to get my lawn clear of the dead leaves.
We catch up with Paul Glasgow, Managing Director at Marquis Broadcast to find out their integration services, how Covid19 has affected the company, how they have managed without attending tradeshows and what’s new with their products and services.
In this webinar, Squarebox and Cloudian will discuss how the integrated solution of the CatDV MAM and HyperStore S3 object storage platform delivers rich metadata tagging and search across active archives of any scale. The solution gains a unique and increasingly important aspect when deployed with HyperStore’s WORM and Object Lock capabilities, as media asset archives become immutable and impervious to ransomware attacks.
Join the Cloudian and Storage Made Easy teams for a demonstration of a remote media workflow utilizing industry tools. Skip the boring webinars and opt for a slide free interactive learning experience.
We propose to build a portal-based, pay-as-you-use media ‘engine’ into our video switches at BT Tower. Live content feeds coming through the switches could be captured in 24-hour segments, stored for 10 days and have metadata automatically generated. Content could be easily found using keywords, no action would be missed if events run on longer, and rights holders have sufficient time to fetch clips retrospectively.
This talk will discuss evolving areas of emphasis for today’s premium video content owners, novel approaches to manage and publish video, and the implementation of a next-generation video supply chain. Specifically, it will discuss the latest innovations in managing and delivering ultra-low latency, programmable media assets that enable personalization (ads, content, channels, and more) at scale.
Digital content has grown exceedingly in the last decade, both in size and type. With streaming taking the lead, consumption habits and the level of intricacies in content management have also grown complex. The legacy methods to backends always ended up in monoliths, which allowed little to no interoperability or expandability. Modern service-oriented architectures further pose unique challenges, commercially and technically. Let’s look at how to develop, manage, orchestrate, and deploy an ideal service-oriented architecture.