Vidispine’s API-based content management repository is available in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, making it easier than ever to video-enable the enterprise.
A fully featured version including format management, transcoding, advanced metadata management, multi-tiered asset management and much more can now be deployed from the Azure Marketplace. Vidispine is already used by some of the largest and most complex media companies in the world. Having Vidispine in the Azure Marketplace makes it accessible to any enterprise, large or small.
Vidispine helps programmers speed up the building of video- and media-based applications, integrations and prototypes. IT managers and CIOs will see the benefits of effortless and cost-efficient deployment of video management on their Azure infrastructure.
To help developers get started, Vidispine is running a community site with insights, tips and tricks at http://howto.vidispine.com.
“We are building out the video support in ImageVault by using Vidispine on Microsoft Azure. It was the natural step for us to enable video in our publishing solution for Microsoft SharePoint and EPiServer since our product strategy is built on Azure,” says Johan Magnusson, Product Manager of Meriworks AB.
Vidispine can help ISVs greatly reduce the time it takes to add video to their solutions, like Meriworks is doing with their ImageVault product.
“I am thrilled to see how Microsoft can help innovative software companies like Vidispine reach a true mass market by making it available in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace,” said Venkat Gattemneni, Group Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft Corp. “It helps our global customer base find smart solutions to complex problems just as much as it helps businesses to focus on what they do best.”
System integrators helping enterprises to video-enable their intranet, collaboration platforms or web presence will benefit by choosing a future-proof and enterprise-grade media repository like Vidispine.
“Vidispine makes it amazingly simple to build combined integrations and standardized software for our most demanding clients. Making it available in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace only further underlines where our industry is going and what our clients are asking for,” says Chris Collum, President of 1303Systems Inc., in St. Louis, Missouri.
Vidispine is an enterprise-grade media asset management backbone. The capabilities are supported by well-documented and robust RESTful APIs that work with any modern programming language. Vidispine lets software developers and service providers easily build new, innovative rich media solution. Vidispine scales from small archives to multi-site deployments and is agnostic in regards to OS, storage, media formats, application servers, databases and IT infrastructure. For more information, visit www.vidispine.com.