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Cloud Portability and Neutrality Become Must Haves For Video Streaming

Global video streaming revenues are expected to reach $184.3 billion by 2027, according to Grand View Research, at a CAGR of 20.4% from 2020 to 2027. As video streaming subscriptions rise, more and more video service providers are adopting cloud services for media processing and delivery.

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Service Continuity for Every Situation or Event

Service continuity is the guarantee that your video is available to subscribers, all the time. It's a prerequisite for video streaming and broadcast, especially for live content. However, sometimes, things happen.

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Cost Comparison: On-Premises Vs Cloud Computing

Trying to decide between on-premises vs cloud computing for your video processing and delivery workflows? Here is how to analyze the total cost of ownership (TCO).

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Harness the Power of the Cloud for Video Delivery

In recent years, advances in cloud technology and computation has made way for the cloud to play an increasingly important role in the media and broadcast industry.

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The Video DRaaS Guide for Video Service Continuity

No television operator or video streaming service provider wants to be responsible for a news headline like: “Blackout during Super Bowl Upsets Millions of Fans.” But the truth is, no matter how much you prepare, outages can happen. Take for example the recent outage  that AWS experienced. The customers that run all their services with the same cloud provider were down with no other option than wait for AWS to get things up and running again. With every successful streaming and video delivery service, having a clear video service continuity and disaster recovery strategy can help prevent and resolve service failure, faster. Let's look at your options for video service continuity and how modern and flexible strategies such as cloud disaster recovery services can help you be proactive about the goal of zero downtime.

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6 Reasons to Bring Your Video Production Workflow to the Cloud

Upgrading to a cloud workflow for video processing, editing, encoding, storage, and delivery can help streaming service providers reduce management and maintenance costs, boost operational  efficiency, enable scalability, and reinforce security. That's a long list of benefits, and it's just the beginning of the discussion.

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