|Create Date||November 24, 2014|
|Last Updated||April 21, 2015|
Today, while further exciting applications for digital video are no doubt still to come, the promise of those early days is largely realized. The acquisition, processing, and distribution of video content have transitioned to mainly file-based processes, resulting in unprecedented flexibility and reach for content owners, creators, and distributors.
The bottom line is that every increase in the flexibility and choice offered to content consumers involves a corresponding increase in the volume and complexity of content production and distribution. When tens of thousands of files per week are involved, there’s no time for bottlenecks and inefficiencies. The infrastructure supporting the process must be designed from the ground up to handle this enormous task.
|Infrastructure Design for High Volume Video Workﬂows|