AWS Elemental Insights Newsletter
Vol. VII, Issue 2 | March 2018
A resource for video providers who transform ideas into compelling content that captivates viewers.
Following the launch of AWS Media Services, members of the AWS Elemental Technology Partner Program have worked diligently to extend the robust ecosystem supporting these solutions and bring customers the choice, functionality, and flexibility they expect from next-generation video infrastructure. Several technology partners have since completed API integration and interoperability between their products and AWS Media Services, with more to follow.
castLabs now offers an API integration between its cloud-based DRM licensing service DRMtoday and AWS Media Services, which is designed to enable OTT, IPTV, and digital media providers to offer turnkey content protection for live and on-demand video workflows. Read the solution brief.
Verimatrix announced an API integration between its MultiRights OTT multi-DRM security solution and AWS Elemental MediaConvert and AWS Elemental MediaPackage to help video providers process and deliver high-quality video with the security and scalability of the cloud. Read the solution brief.
A new API integration between AWS Media Services and BuyDRM's KeyOS MultiKey Service supports leading consumer DRMs for live and on-demand content delivery to users around the world. Read the solution brief.
The Irdeto Rights API integration with AWS Elemental MediaConvert and AWS Elemental MediaPackage provides customers with secure, scalable, standards-based solutions for protecting live and on-demand video workflows. Read the solution brief.
Venera Technologies recently announced interoperability between AWS Elemental MediaConvert and its cloud-based video quality control (QC) solution Quasar to provide video providers with secure, scalable, and efficient solutions for on-demand video workflows. Read the solution brief.
Tektronix debuted interoperability between its video quality assurance solutions, Sentry and Aurora, and AWS Media Services to help customers deliver broadcast and event-based video content at scale. Read the solution brief.
Interra Systems announced its end-to-end QC and monitoring systems are now interoperable with AWS Media Services, allowing video providers to reliably and cost-effectively process, package, and deliver premium live and on-demand content. Read more.
Crafter Software Video Center leverages AWS Media Services as well as several AWS cloud-based services to provide online access to highly secure video content anywhere, on any device. Explore a government video use case from Crafter Software, and learn about the many ways AWS Media Services and the AWS Cloud can help connect the Department of Defense (DoD) to deployed units around the world.