New Media and Entertainment features, customer success stories and the possibility of meeting our team in person for personalised M&E advice. We keep enhancing the File Fabric for M&E version to keep up with the latest industry challenges.
Many creatives use a variety of services such as WeSendIt, WeTransfer etc to send large files. This is something that is easy to setup with the File Fabric and the best bit is that your company can be in charge of the storage used including how large the file sizes can be, and everything will be audited and logged for data compliance and governance purposes and scanned for PHI/PII information.
Firstly choose from your existing company storage a solution that you wish to use to store the files on. This is the storage that will be used to send or receive files from someone. For this example we will use Amazon S3, which can accommodate extremely large files, but you could use Azure Blob storage or even cheaper storage, such as Google Nearline. Additionally a company could also set this to work against their SMB file shares, either on-premises, or SMB in the cloud, such as Azure Files or Amazon FSx.
Once you have your storage added to the File Fabric we are going to use the File Fabric’s ‘Drop Folder’ feature to both send large files and folder sets to end users as well as provide a link to end users so they can share large files sets.
Having worked in product strategy and product Direction for object storage companies such as Swiftstack and Cloudian, Doug Soltesz is perfectly placed to discuss the forthcoming QUIC protocol standard.
We recently announced a new release of the Enterprise File Fabric. Probably one of the most exhaustive updates so far. Focusing on pandemic related feature enhancements on remote working and cybersecurity, and providing a powerful combination of privacy and collaboration that works with a company’s existing file and object data sets.
The Enterprise File Fabric for Media is a specialised version of the File Fabric distinctively aimed at companies who deal with large media assets. It enables companies to securely collaborate with large files, wherever they are stored, in a non proprietary fashion, in addition to being able to move files at high speed.
Arsenal F.C., a globally renowned Premier League Football Club, faced several key challenges relating to their digital media assets portfolio:
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.
The File Fabric for Media is a specialised version of the File Fabric specifically for companies who deal with large media assets. This case study focused on the use of the File Fabric for Media at an established UK Premier League Football Club.
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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