Making the Cloud Work On-Prem
Silicon Valley Video Summit 2023 • 31m
In today’s “hybrid” world, broadcasters are choosing to maintain traditional studios in real buildings, while moving much of their infrastructure into the cloud. Several months back, in the midst of the Pandemic, they were virtualizing everything. But as studios went back on line, the realities of maintaining traditional control rooms, cameras and lenses, and talent in acoustically controlled environments — while moving key technology into the cloud — proved to be more complicated than anyone thought. What are the challenges for both users and technology providers when the cloud and on-prem meet?
Maurissa Dorn, NBCUniversal, Production Systems Architect
Todd Erdley, Videon, President and Founder
Chris Lemire, Accenture Productions, Engineering, Technology, and Delivery Operations – CIO
Jon Raidel, Vizrt Group, Global Lead, Live Production in the Cloud
Claudia Souza, Advanced Systems Group (ASG), Chief Cloud Officer
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