Storage & Archive Planning: On Prem, in the Cloud, and the Impact of Growing File Sizes
SVG Sports Content Management Forum 2022 • 50m
Sports leagues, broadcasters, and content producers of all sizes are challenged with The Big Archive Question: Where do I store my stuff? And, with more content being created every single year and file sizes continuing to grow with the arrival of 4K and HDR, this question has never been bigger. Technology leaders and content owners discuss finding a happy medium between on-premises and the cloud, file-format and codec considerations, retention policies and the question of keeping/discarding physical tapes, and much more.
Tom Blake, Imagen, Commercial Director
Alex Grossman, DataCore, VP, Product Management and Product Marketing
Chris Halton, NBA, SVP, Media Technology and Operations
Adam Japhet, Major League Baseball, Senior Director of Corporate Infrastructure
Grant Nodine, NHL, SVP, Technology
Tab Butler, SVG Sports Content Management Committee, Former Chairman
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