Telos Alliance Extends Container University Series to Educate, Empower Broadcast Engineers

Container University 206: Redundant Virtual Broadcast Systems for Backup, Work Sharing, Disaster Recovery webinar presents several fault scenarios of concern to broadcasters and investigates the planning and placement strategies designed to address them. With a common goal of “staying on the air,” broadcasters now have cost-effective failover and disaster recovery strategies available. These strategies can be cross-functional, providing multiple benefits from a single, well-considered plan. Attendees will understand how to think about redundancy for backup, work sharing, and fulfilling business continuation requirements.

Container University is an educational series that takes a deeper dive into the technology with every session. Designed to educate and empower broadcast engineers, Container University is your hub to learn about proven reliable technology and hear how it’s exactly right for broadcast operations. All webinar recordings are available to view on-demand.

  • 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?
  • CU 204– Staying in Sync Without Losing Time
  • CU 205– Security vs. Convenience – Smart Networking Planning Can Allow for Both

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