Join IBC365 on Thursday 25 April at 4pm BST to explore why creators are turning to cloud to transform the way they make great content and how virtualised workflows are unlocking the ability to work in new ways: faster, more collaborative, more efficient and more creative.
This webinar goes inside some of the world’s leading content creators, production and post-production operations to hear how they are embracing cloud technology to transform the creative processes used to make, produce and deliver video.
The webinar will cover ways in which cloud is enabling more collaboration, access to more talent, round-the-clock working, more content security, and slicker workflows. There’s also a dose of reality, as the human and technology challenges and the potential pitfalls of virtualising creative workflows are explored.
Case studies focus on using cloud for:
•Streamlining content creation in the field
•Transforming production and post-production processes
•Efficient content delivery and backhaul
Whether or not edge computing is the next generation of cloud technology, the edge plays a vital role in the streaming video experience. The closer a video is stored to the requesting user, the faster the delivery and better the experience. But, streaming also provides a lot more opportunity for interactivity, engagement, and data collection than traditional broadcast television. That means as the edge grows in compute capacity and functionality, it could enable new and exciting use cases, such as AI, that could improve the viewer experience. In this webinar, we’ll explore the state of edge computing and how it might be leveraged in streaming video.
Streaming Video Alliance
AWS is synonymous with cloud computing and whether you use it or not, knowing how to do things in AWS reaps benefits when trying to understand or implement systems in a cloud infrastructure. Knowing what’s possible and what others are doing is really useful, so whilst I don’t usually cover heavily product-specific resources here on The Broadcast Knowledge I still believe that knowing AWS is knowing part of the industry.
Here, there are 3 consecutive webinars which cover building a live streaming channel from the fundamentals through to making it operational and ongoing monitoring and maintenance.
Session one at 3pm GMT looks at end-to-end workflows and strategies for redundancy. It looks at both contribution of video into the cloud as much as what happens when it arrives and the delivery.
Session two at 4pm GMT looks examines the more complex workflows where you spread processing/failover across multiple regions and other similar situations.
Session three is the last of the day at 5pm GMT looking at setting up end-to-end monitoring to take the guesswork out of delivering the service on an on-going basis.
Date: February 27, 2019 at 8am PT / 4pm GMT and a second session at 10am IST / 12:30pm SGT
Whilst The Broadcast Knowledge avoids product walkthroughs in favour of more educational videos and webinars, AWS is so large that, in some ways, just understanding it is helpful even if you don’t use it and the building blocks with which you build your systems is more or less replicated in other vendors’ platforms so it does pay to keep up. So here we have a webinar on the workflows you can build with AWS – and it’s on twice so you can’t use timezones as an excuse not to attend!
This webcast discusses how new video workflow solutions from AWS directly address the changes businesses are going through. Highlights include:
Fast and affordable media production and archiving
Accessible content lakes and more efficient supply chains
Upgrading viewer personalization through machine learning
Amazon Web Services is back with another free conference, this time looking at video tech innovation, content distribution and more! From business to tech, there are free sessions for whatever angle you look at broadcasting from.
Date: Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Time: 11 AM EST / 8 AM PDT / 16:00 BST / 8.30 PM IST
This webinar from Amagi will explain how live orchestration on cloud can simplify live events management by making the process centralised, while spinning up cloud infrastructure only for the duration of the event.
About the speakers
Baskar Subramanian Co-founder, Amagi
A technology enthusiast, Baskar leads technology and innovation at Amagi. Dividing his time between technology design and product delivery, Baskar ensures Amagi’s growth is in line with its vision of revolutionizing TV & OTT broadcast. Baskar has a number of patents to his name and regularly mentors various start-ups and businesses.
Mark Stephens Global Segment Leader – M&E, AWS
Mark Stephens is a global segment leader for partners focused on media and entertainment. His focus is to build a diverse ecosystem of partners in media and entertainment on AWS.
It’s time to hear what decentralised infrastructure is and how it can apply to broadcasting.
In this IBC365 webinar:
• What is Edge computing and why it will be key to broadcasting, media and entertainment
• How edge computing is rapidly evolving to provide content anywhere and everywhere through the IoT and soon across 5G networks
• What mobile edge computing means for production, processing and video distribution
• How new consumer experiences, VR, AR, UHD streaming will be driven by the availability of edge infrastructure
• Protecting the physical and digital assets. How to secure the critical IT infrastructure which will house valuable content at the edge of the network
Damon Neale, Chief Technology Officer, BASE Media Cloud Damon is a leading media, cloud and AI technology consultant, performing the analysis, design and implementation of cloud-based solutions for large media companies, global broadcasters and film studios including extensive experience on previous projects with the BBC, BSkyB and Sony.
Steven Carlini, Senior Director, Data Centre Global Solutions, Schneider Electric Steven is responsible developing integrated solutions and communicating the value proposition for Schneider Electric’s data center segment including enterprise and cloud data centers.
Jefferson Wang, Managing Director, Accenture Strategy, Communications, Media and Technology For nearly two decades, Jefferson has guided business & technology innovation at the convergence of the Communications, Media and Technology industries.
Ambrose McNevin, Managing Director, Tech Marketing Content LtdAmbrose McNevin is a consultant and content producer for the tech and digital media sectors.
In this webinar, learn what challenges there are in today’s production and how EVS has teamed up with Aspera at major international sporting events to build Cloud-based production workflows that connect live content with production teams, accredited teams and final viewers. Also discussed is how next generation sports broadcasting workflows are transforming the digital media supply chain.
Video from SMPTE Technical Conference taking a look at why Microservices is a common sense architecture for modern broadcast solutions. What are the alternatives and why are Microservices better?
Darren Gallipeau shows how architectures can break down into small building blocks allowing firms to deploy simpler applications rather than large monolithic applications. This allows easier testing, cross-use and flexibility.
1) What are Microservices?
2) Why do they matter – or what can I do with them?
3) What do they have to do with the future of cloud and virtualisation?
AWS are hosting half a day of free training about their platform. A great chance to bring you and your colleagues up to speed on, for many, the “go to” platform for testing and deploying cloud services.
The AWSome Day Online is a free, virtual training event that will provide a step-by-step introduction to the core AWS services for compute, storage, database and networking. AWS technical experts will explain key features and use cases, share best practices, walk through technical demos, and be available to answer your questions one-on-one.
Based on the AWS Essentials Course, AWSome Day is ideal for IT managers, business leaders, system engineers, system administrators, developers and architects who are eager to learn more about cloud computing and how to get started on the AWS Cloud.
Join for live Q&As, one-on-one Ask an Architect sessions and more:
10:00 – 10:30 CET Keynote: Introduction to AWS 10:30 – 11:00 CET
Module 1: AWS Foundations
Well Architected Framework and AWS
Demo – Designing the network (VPC) for HA and FT
VPC Network security
11:00 – 11:40 CET Module 2: AWS Infrastructure
AWS S3 and Glacier for large volume object storage
Demo – Create a bucket and create a website
Amazon EC2 compute platform
Demo – Launch our first EC2 applications with EBS storage
Understanding EC2 pricing and lifecycle
Storage options for compute
AWS CloudFormation for IAAC (Infrastructure as Code)
11:40 – 12:10 CET Module 3: Databases
Let the data decide!
Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)
Demo – Deploy Multi-AZ database in VPC
Amazon DynamoDB (NoSQL)
Intro to AWS Athena and Redshift
12:10 – 12.20 CET Break
12:20 – 12:50 CET Module 4: Security, Identity & Access Management
AWS Shared Security Model Identity Access Management (IAM)
Governance and Compliance
AWS CloudTrail for audit and change management
AWS Config and Config Rules
Adding elasticity to our applications in AWS
Introduction to AWS load balancer services
Introduction to autoscaling groups and launch configurations
Demo – Add autoscaling to our demo application
Next steps: Taking it to the next stage
Serverless architecture with Lambda, API Gateway, DynamoDB & more
Wrap up – User Groups, Blogs & further training