Because content stays in the cloud, users avoid latencies and egress costs commonly associated with on-premises edit workstations.
Streaming has always been cloud-focused, and now the production end of content development is examining ways to standardize its digital transformation.
SDVI Rally is a cloud-native platform that orchestrates class-leading applications to create an adaptable and responsive media supply chain, ideal for creating FAST services
To get the most value out of a media supply chain migration, our Geoff Stedman suggests organizations consider looking at modernization from a broader platform perspective.
Since last year’s IBC, SDVI has released 23 Rally updates, encompassing more than 140 net new features and capabilities to its media supply chain management platform.
Geoff Stedman on how media organizations can take advantage of applications as consumption-based SaaS, eliminating massive upfront capital investment or extensive integration work.
In a new series, TVBEurope is looking at five key drivers of change in the media tech industry. A number of vendors shared their perspectives on each topic, starting with sustainability.
Geoff Stedman spoke with theCUBE industry analyst John Furrier at the “Optimize Your Media Supply Chain and Increase Velocity With AWS” event, during an exclusive broadcast on theCUBE.
Following its participation in the TPN Cloud Pilot in 2022, the company announced that it's Rally media supply chain platform is now a member of the re-launched Trusted Partner Network.
Crunchyroll, the international anime brand, has deployed the SDVI Rally media supply chain management platform along with TMT Insights Polaris operational management platform.
Geoff Stedman, chief marketing officer, expects “to see new uses of intelligent automation and AI/ML techniques” at the show.
In its 2023 NAB Show booth, SDVI will focus on the breadth and depth of the Rally platform, including its relevance to both broadcasters and movie studios.