Inter-company content exchange for the modern media supply chain: an explainer

Earlier this year, Signiant expanded its inter-company capabilities, adding a lightweight but secure mechanism to Jet for automated content exchange between companies. With this, two companies that both have Jet can easily and securely set-up a cross trust, managed entirely from the cloud.

AI and machine learning are making their mark in M&E

There are plenty of practical ML and AI applications in use today, and the pace of innovation is moving at a fast clip. Understandably, no business wants to be left behind.

Best Practices in DevOps

DevOps brings together the two crucial elements of software engineering, development and operations. The DevOps methodology combines the entire software development, deployment and monitoring lifecycle and ensures 24/7 availability for customers.

The Unique Benefits of Cloud-Native SaaS for Media Companies

Media technology must deal with highly variable demand for time-sensitive work that involves geographically distributed locations, while operating on extremely large professional media files. These inflexible and harsh demands make the agility and cost effectiveness of cloud-native SaaS particularly relevant.

Scale Out Architecture for the Fastest Data Transfers To and From the Cloud

Scale out architecture uses commodity computing, scaling a single large file transfer across multiple cloud compute instances. Flight’s patented architecture for data transfer is the only solution to date that scales out large file transfers to cloud services.   

The Benefits of SaaS Multi-Tenant Architecture

What is multi-tenant architecture and how does it benefit costumers using SaaS solutions like Media Shuttle and Flight?

Producing Live Streaming Coverage of Remote Events: A Cloud-Based Approach

Flight’s ability to accelerate standard HTTP(S) transfers enables a model for ingesting high-quality live video contribution feeds directly into the cloud for remote event production and streaming.

Limitations of IP Networks for Cloud Connectivity

Traditional methods of sending and sharing data over IP networks rely on a networking protocol known as TCP, which doesn't work well for large-scale cloud uploads.