Crafter Software on AWS for Enterprise
Crafter Software Video Center enables leading enterprises to manage and publish live and on-demand video for a variety of applications to better connect with employees, partners, and customers. It leverages AWS Media Services and several AWS services for a unique, customizable, and cloud-based enterprise video platform.
Irdeto Rights is a cloud-based digital rights management (DRM) and policy management solution that provides multi-DRM encryption for a variety of packaging formats to secure playback across a broad range of client devices. 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.
BuyDRM KeyOS Platform
The KeyOS MultiKey Service from BuyDRM is a globally redundant multi-DRM platform supporting DRM encryption and license key delivery to today’s consumer platforms. API integration between AWS Media Services and the KeyOS MultiKey Service supports leading consumer DRMs for online delivery and downloads of live and VOD content delivered to users around the world.
SpotX is a cloud-based ad serving platform that provides decisioning capabilities to media owners and publishers for targeted and dynamic insertion of high-value ads. Together with AWS Elemental MediaTailor, SpotX enables customers to monetize and personalize video content for broadcast television and multiscreen applications.
Tektronix Sentry and Aurora
Sentry and Aurora are cloud-based video quality control (QC) solutions that provide automated quality video assurance and comprehensive QC, quality of service, quality of experience, and picture quality measurements across any network. AWS Media Services with Sentry and Aurora provide customers with secure, scalable, and efficient solutions to process and deliver broadcast and event-based content.
Venera Technologies Quasar
Quasar is a cloud-based video quality control (QC) solution that provides end-to-end video quality assurance and comprehensive QC and picture quality measurements across any network. Quasar used with AWS Elemental MediaConvert provides customers with secure, scalable, and efficient solutions for on- demand video workflows.
Crafter Software on AWS for Government
Learn how the integration of AWS Media Services, AWS's other cloud offerings, and the Crafter Software Video Center on AWS meet the specific security and distribution needs of the Federal government, including delivery to remote and ‘disconnected’ environments and content customized to specific roles, missions and other significant factors.
castLabs' DRMtoday is an extensive digital rights management (DRM) licensing and access control cloud service for premium video entertainment. DRMtoday together with AWS Media Services allow OTT, IPTV, and digital media providers to easily offer turnkey content protection for on-demand, live, and offline/download video workflows across desktops, smartphones, tablets, TVs, and game consoles.
ABI Research: Cloud based media services capabilities grow
ABI Research evaluates the increasing maturity of cloud-based media services capabilities, which provide content providers with technical and business flexibility amidst a rapidly changing consumer environment. The high-level capability of AWS’s Media Services toolkit – based on AWS Elemental technology – is described, along with a discussion of some early customer workflows improved by cloud-based media services.
Verimatrix MultiRights OTT
Verimatrix MultiRights OTT is a digital rights management (DRM) solution that provides complete multi-DRM revenue security for a variety of packaging formats. The Verimatrix MultiRights OTT API integration with AWS Elemental MediaPackage and AWS Elemental MediaConvert provides customers with a frictionless user experience from a complete cloud-based workflow.
Kagan: A Global Operator Survey
This report from Kagan, a media research group within S&P Global Market Intelligence, provides in-depth information on the specific investment plans and strategies cited by global and regional pay TV providers. Data and analyses look at how providers expect to transform their video processing architectures by shifting more of those functions to the cloud in an effort to improve scalability and reduce overall operational costs.
ABI Research: Large Audiences Flock to OTT Live Sports
ABI Research looks at the move by major content owners and service providers of video operations to the cloud for OTT distribution and monetization of live broadcast events. This report also presents a real-world use case supported by AWS Elemental with a cloud-based video workflow.