Famous Notorious B.I.G. quote “mo money, mo problems” translated into the media asset management landscape by Alex Buchanan from NMR. More media means more problems, and to remedy we need a smarter MAM.
A specific advantage a cloud based MAM offers is the de-coupling of services and functions that usually come bundled in monolithic systems. This allows broadcasters and content companies to handpick services that are most relevant to their workflows.
As I write this, our planet apparently faces a dilemma, looking forward either to a new golden age of machine-assisted prosperity – or being mere months away from a machine-enabled apocalypse, as super-intelligent machines carelessly wipe their unworthy human creators from the face of the Earth.
Is your supplier a Fledgling or a Black Box when it comes to cloud maturity? This blog post is the first in a series of guest posts leading up to IBC 2017, where Peter Henebäck from Mediasmiths gives you a quick way to evaluate the cloud maturity of your suppliers. Enjoy!
In this guest post, Codemill shares industry insights and their experiences of deploying video applications in the cloud. In short, don’t reinvent the wheel, there are best practices out there, and make sure your system is flexible enough to handle the changes that inevitably will occur as part of the ever-faster technology innovation cycle.
Binagora is on fire and returns with another guest post. We know we have a bunch of developers on .NET, therefore we created a .NET SDK. This post shows how you can invoke the Vidispine API from .NET, using the SDK or using standard .NET classes. All with example code.
Today in our guest post Binagora show how to count media files and the total size of those files, in a media library spread out over several cloud storages, using Vidispine and a node.js application.