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How to Build OTT Workflows for Live Video Streaming on AWS

On-Demand Webcast

How to Build OTT Workflows for Live Video Streaming on AWS

Originally Aired

Tuesday September 25, 2018

Whether your video is recorded, encoded, and delivered via established broadcast or up-to-the-minute streaming technologies, media stability and agility are must-haves, not an either/or choice. Get both without compromising.

This webcast shows specific ways OTT providers can use AWS Cloud services to take control of and get the most from video workflows. Topics covered:

  • How to create a live channel quickly and easily using a live video streaming solution on AWS
  • Ways to get broadcast-quality video using a well-architected, highly available workflow
  • What you need to know to customize, enhance, and continually improve live offerings
  • Live-streaming use cases: Media workloads that studios, broadcasters, pay TV operators, media service providers, sports leagues, digital publishers, and new media companies are already building in AWS

 

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Speakers

Kiran Patel

Kiran Patel

Solutions Marketing Manager, AWS Elemental

 

Kiran is responsible for product marketing for the AWS Elemental Media Services, helping customers learn how to utilize AWS and AWS Elemental solutions to build scalable, reliable, secure, and cost-effective media workflows. Prior to joining AWS Elemental, Kiran worked with the BBC on live streaming and VOD workflows the their News, Sport, and iPlayer products. He has over 18 years of experience working with OTT video.

Shawn Przybilla

Shawn Przybilla

Media & Entertainment Solutions Architect, AWS

 

Shawn Przybilla, Media & Entertainment Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services, has spent the last decade building media supply chain and over-the-top video delivery systems for content providers around the world. Through his work, content destined for both mainstream television and independent theaters is streamed live and on-demand to any connected device. He daydreams of using artificial intelligence and extended reality technologies to propel mankind into the future of storytelling.