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Journey to the Cloud

Cloud adoption is a journey taken by media companies looking for flexibility and capability.  Key to their success is finding the most valuable ways to leverage the cloud, and adopting them gradually as their needs require.  Below you’ll find a gradual approach to using video cloud storage services in production workflows, ranging from effortless backup to remote end-to-end production environments to fit any scale.


Cloud migration is exactly that – migration. The steps are driven by your business needs and can span from hybrid to complete cloud.


Because your migration matches your business requirements, it also aligns to fit your budget.


Start small and scale as you need. From hosting proxies to UHD editing, deploy what works for you.

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Backup, Archive, and Recovery in the Cloud

As we begin our Journey to the Cloud, we’ll explore the first step most organizations take: transitioning backups, archives, and disaster recovery to the cloud. With FLEX, these safe, reliable workloads are cost effective and flexible to the needs of any size organization.

Remote Proxy Editing

In our next step in the Journey to the Cloud, we build upon our last post to show how cloud media backups can be repurposed to support remote proxy editing. Using existing storage investments, it’s a simple step forward to support remote video editing.

Cloud Production Storage

Public Cloud providers offer a dizzying array of storage offerings to meet different requirements, performance, and cost. Learn about these options and how they can be used for cloud-based editing.

Virtual Workstations

Shifting to the cloud means the ability to run the video editing applications remotely in a cloud datacenter, and connecting to those workstations from home or the office. Dig in and learn more about how this capability works, scales, and provides significant benefits over typical on-premise solutions.

Workstation Management

Success in shifting to the cloud means having the ability to manage and control your infrastructure without having to learn how to operate a cloud environment. Controlling workstation uptime, spinning up new virtual non-linear editors and keeping an eye on costs are important. This article will discuss what this means to you and your business.