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Are You Ready for Modern Video Streaming?

Are You Ready for Modern Video Streaming? Timeline of Streaming Technologies 2011-2013 gamazon I web services H Microsoft Google 2014 Adobe, Microsoft, AWS Limelight add support for HLS streaming Panopto releases first end-to-end HLS 2012 video platform 2011 " MPEG-DASH published as 2008 Google adds HLS▪ ISO/IEC 23009-1:2012 Beijing Olympics broadcast via support to Android Smooth Stream to 50 million viewers 2012-2015 Rackspace, Highwinds ! CDNS support Modern - Streaming exclusively ' 2009 %3D · Apple introduces HLS rackspace. HIGHWINDS' HLS 2002 : 2010 Flash Server 1.0 Steve Jobs writes ships with RTMP . "Thoughts on Flash" about modern video formats 1996 RealNetworks, Netscape, : 2010 macromedia FLASH Adobe moves away from I RTMP, introduces HDS and 40 others support RTSP 2008 COMMUNICATION SERVERM> Microsoft IIS real drops support for MMS and RTSP NETSCAPE 1998 2012 protocols RTSP published as I Last version of Flash Media server shipped IETF RFC 2326 1980 1990 2000 2010 2015 1997 Quick Time media player includes HTTP progressive download : 2012 You Tube YouTube switches from HTTP progressive to Modern Streaming 2002 Flash streaming 1993-1994 2005 Mosaic, Netscape begins to overtake YouTube launches with HTTP ship with HTTP download support HTTP download progressive download 2000 1992 Diot publishes Mbone 1985 1996 "Issues for IP Multicast invented Service and Architecture" Steve Deering creates "Multicast Extension to IEEE publishes Reliable Multicast Transport Protocol (RMTP) the Internet Protocol" 1994 1999 Abilene The Rolling Stones multicast over the Mbone Abilene network established II 1) 7 Elements of Modern Streaming Chunked Delivery Stateless Interaction 5 Adaptive Bitrate Streaming 1 7 Internet-Intranet Symmetry Request == Response Internet Intranet III ... II- .. Stored in cache Plays from cache Port 80 ED 2 HTTP Communication 4 Cache Friendly Passive Architecture HLS: The De Facto Standard for Modern Streaming Formats Used for Adaptive Bitrate Streaming HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) vs. Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) 66 HLS RTMP HLS continues to dominate among Uses Existing HTTP Servers for Delivery competing standards. It is by far the most mature Standards-based Streaming Protocol Broad Mobile Device Compatibility standard with Web Cache-Friendly significantly more advanced features. 29 HTML5 Support Adaptive Bitrate Streaming 75% 25% 10% 5% 5% Source: Flash Support Fast Seek Forward and Backward 66 Efficient Buffering HLS has become the de facto standard for HTTP streaming. iOS and Android have native support for HLS. It has a better adaptive algorithm than RTMP because the client controls all of the switching. Because it's HTTP, it works better through firewalls and proxies. 99 Source: JW Player MP4, AAC/MP3 Audio Live Streaming Video On Demand Your Next Steps to Modern Streaming If you have ... Then ... Your organization is likely ready for Modern Streaming Web caching Your organization is likely ready for Modern Streaming WAN optimization technology Start by investing in a simple web caching system No investment in caching or WAN Op Legacy streaming protocols ! Repurpose your streaming servers for use as HTTP caching proxies Multicast ! Increase the bandwidth of your network and invest in a web caching system Find out more about the shift from legacy protocols to Modern Video Streaming Brought to you by: * PANOPTO Download the white paper at: HTTP LEGACY MODERN HLS MULTICAST Streaming Download Streaming Protocols Smooth Wowza Dash 3. HDS 96 | || |

Are You Ready for Modern Video Streaming?

shared by panopto on Jun 11
View a timeline of streaming technologies, and learn about the elements that make a video protocol modern in this infographic from Panopto.




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