EZDRM, the specialist provider of Digital Rights Management as a Service (DRMaaS), today confirmed its broad support of the newly announced Secure Packager and Encoder Key Exchange (SPEKE) API.
This posting is a little bit of a new venture for us - a summary of an application case study undertaken with our partners - which we hope will be a regular type of future posting. Please let us know your feedback!
CineSend is a media technology startup which offers SaaS storage, delivery and encoding platforms to the film and television industry.
Our very own COO, Olga Kornienko is to be a featured guest on the popular SMAdvanced Forum podcast - streaming about streaming! The episode will be recorded on April 4th at noon EST.
We always want to promote excellent content that covers the world of video service security. As the current IBC event wraps up, we were looking back on some of the great work we have done with partners and were reminded of a terrific session held by our own David Eisenbacher with Bitmovin’s CEO, Stefan Lederer, and Solutions Architect Paul MacDougall at the Streaming Media East event in New York.
EZDRM, the specialist provider of Digital Rights Management as a Service (DRMaaS), today announced API integration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), including AWS Elemental Media Services. The API integration streamlines the key exchange process between EZDRM’s KeyZ server and AWS Elemental MediaConvert and AWS Elemental MediaPackage. Fast, reliable key exchange is an important initial step in encrypting and securing streaming video content. A straightforward key management interface, dynamic business rules, and API-driven licensing empowers customers to expand viewership and create new revenue streams while maintaining full control over valuable video content.