Intelligent Video Load Balancing

load distribution

All video services are similar in two key aspects. Even with a relatively small number of concurrent viewers the load may become an essential issue. Also, the users may opt to abandon the service in case of faulty video delivery. The issues with video delivery are often relating to high load and suboptimal use of resources. To address such challenges in our projects, we used a special video load balancer module. In this post, we are going to provide you with details relating to the balancer and building of efficient video platform by optimal load distribution. Continue reading

Video Platform Development in DENIVIP Media

developers of video apps

DENIVIP Media has been creating video platforms since 2008 (usually in conjunction with services, portals and applications). Over the 4 years of developing ad-hoc video platforms for different projects, we have accumulated a decent expertise and information on many hindrances that are almost inevitable in video projects. In this post, I would like to brief you on how we design video platforms and what drivers have to be taken into account when creating a new or upgrading an old video platform. Also, I would like to note major forthcoming trends in the development of video platforms foreeable for the near future. Continue reading + Adobe + DENIVIP Media = Success Story

Recently Adobe published Success Story on using wide range of Adobe technologies and products in project. Technologies and products mentioned: Flash Media Server, Flash Access, Flash Player, AIR, HTTP Dynamic Streaming and many others. Success Story is available here here.

Projects: Windows Media DRM deployment

Recently we have finished content protection system (DRM) based on Microsoft Windows Media Rights Management Server software for Innova company. Deployed DRM solution satisfies major rightholders requirements, provides secure video content delivery in Internet and implement various business models (rent, own, etc.). Additionally WM RMS solution is free for commercial despite being very outdated.
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