The dominant theme was the need for continued collaboration
The Telos Alliance has expanded its series of Container University webinars with the launch of “Container University 204: Staying in Sync Without Losing Time.”
The Telos Alliance says these educational sessions are designed to educate and empower broadcast engineers by taking a detailed look at software containers and how they work within broadcast infrastructures. Container University is a hub to learn about this proven reliable technology and every session take a deeper dive into the technology.
“Container University 204: Staying in Sync Without Losing Time” can be viewed on demand here.
Previous sessions in this series of webinars include:
- CU 101 – Why Broadcasters Are Moving to Standardized IT Infrastructure
- CU 201 – Hardware Requirements for Virtualized Broadcast Equipment
- CU 202 – Multicast, Unicast, & CODECs Connecting Virtual Broadcast Equipment.
- CU 203 – On-Prem, Data Center, or Cloud – Where is Your Virtualized Broadcast Neighborhood?
You can watch all previous Container University sessions as well as pre-register for “CU 205 – Security vs. Convenience – Smart Network Planning Can Allow for Both” here.