Encoding and Encryption in the cloud

We have cover cloud computing, but what about cloud-based video encoding and using the converted media to delivery information in the best suitable way..e.g streaming, download etc .Everything is in the cloud, the cloud is where its at, and a labyrinth of companies are finding unique ways to disseminate information through video. RSAplay offers video encoding, encryption , streaming and ability to embed video links anywhere.
At web conferences around the world ,major players in the encoding sector from amazon, Zenencoder, livetranscoding.com , obliged the those in attendance and answered a questions. Through the many inquiries which were hurled the pundits way, the common theme which became apparent was that when it comes to cloud services specifically cloud video encryption , everything is faster , efficient and stable.From the uploading of the content, to the encoding, which trans-codes the media from any format be it .mkv, .avi, .mp3, .mov, .ogg, or .flv to the universal format for web and mobile delivery .mp4 , the encryption of that media using encryption of 2048bit RSA keys, and finally storage , the entire process is flawless and in its operation even when there is high load.

Along with the many perks that come with cloud integration, assiduous upgrades are one of them, and it is with great frequency we see new and innovative features being deployed, but the most enticing feature of cloud infrastructure is that it requires less headache when it comes to managing server hardware. At the web conference many different companies had booths to showcase cloud infrastructure and its capabilities such as encrypted video streaming .

The elephant in the room was also addressed during a mass congregation of all participants, which was cloud versus on premises infrastructure management. This was spoken about in great detail by CEO of RSAplay development solutions. “The reason why most companies house their media on-site is to have that control of the physical devices , not to pay extra costs in bandwidth and collocation charges to data-centers .The cons would be that the hardware needs to be changed as a rule of thumb, every 3 years thus making it limited in its capacity to deliver efficient service, along with the growing pain of having and maintaining a equally prodigious capital offering” Mark Watson said.

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