Vizrt’s Viz One MAM now available on AWS at NAB

Vizrt announced today that the Viz One MAM product suite will be available on Amazon Web Services, providing more flexibility and choice for organizations who can utilize the scalability and accessibility of cloud-based solutions.

The availability of Viz One on the cloud allows organizations to improve video workflows by offering more cost-effective scaling and enhancing the speed of video production by allowing access from any connected device, even in remote locations.

Media companies can now access their content from virtually anywhere with Vizrt’s Viz One either entirely on AWS, or as part of hybrid architectures.

Hybrid architectures place resources both on the cloud and on-premises, allowing pre-existing infrastructures to be augmented with the most attractive cloud services.

Users are also able to securely access content on Viz One from any location using the improved two-factor authentication both on the cloud or on-premises.

“The cloud loosens key technology restraints enabling customers to adopt new technology more rapidly than ever. Making Viz One available on AWS has been driven by customer demand for their own service innovation and their growing adoption of the cloud” said Petter Ole Jakobsen, chief technology officer at Vizrt in a statement. 

Viz One utilizes compute, storage and database services including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, Amazon Simple Storage Service, Amazon Glacier, Amazon Relational Database Service or PostgreSQL, Amazon Elastic File System and Amazon Elastic Block Store.

Visit us at NAB 2018, stand SL2416 to see how Viz One and cloud services from AWS can improve video production workflows and provide greater IT return on investment. 

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