The new hybrid cloud for the next TV generation
As TV companies dump an increasing percentage of their IT infrastructure in the cloud, the reaction times of certain key applications can suffer delays or interruptions that compromise the quality of the service. A traffic spike on a live broadcast or an organizational change in response to mandatory lockdown can create critical imbalances in computational load. The use of modern hybrid cloud techniques, in which the IT infrastructure is shared and automated between a private cloud and a public cloud, allows the entire television operations to be managed more efficiently, quickly and securely.
- How to accelerate the creation of native cloud applications for TV production and distribution
- How to build a better big data and analytics infrastructure for TV
- How to protect applications on a hybrid platform
Systems Storage SW Sales para Sudamérica de habla hispana y México
Luisa Fernanda Velasquez
Hybrid Cloud Sales Representative for Spanish South America
Líder Ingeniería - Producto Televisión
Servers Sales para Chile
Cristián Andrés Hernández Rodríguez
Gerente de Medios Digitales
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Digital Events & Webinars
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