Migrating Command Line Media Workflows and Scripted FTP to M-Stream accelerated File Transfer

A lot of prospects and customers who take a look at the File Fabric for Media are either using Scripted FTP or they have existing IP in their command line media workflows (scripted FTP generally refers to FTP that has custom scripts written to enable automation.).

The great things about the M-Stream file transfer acceleration feature of the Enterprise File Fabric is that not only can it be used transparently through the browser and the desktop, as it has a very rich HTTPS API then it can easily be integrated into existing command line workflows.

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Case Study: Accelerating File Transfers from Tier 1 Storage to Tier 2 Object Storage

This user case study focuses on a top tier Media company which has grown from a small digital distribution company in Los Angeles to a global media services, distribution, and software solutions company, aggregating and delivering film and television digital assets on behalf of major studios, broadcasters and streaming providers to more than 600 platforms around the world.

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Accelerating Media Assets Transfer for OpenStack Swift and S3 compatible Object Storage

During the OpenStack Summit in Berlin, James Norman, Engineering Manager at SME, presented a live demo on:

How to transfer assets between storage tiers quickly and efficiently?

How to archive data onto Object as part of our existing workflows?

How to distribute content stored on Object Storage securely? 

The official videos from the event have not been posted yet but you can catch a video from James presenting this below:

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