Scalability challenges for distributed video infrastructure
Creating an end-to-end streaming video pipeline for VoD and Live is a challenge but it has been well understood and solved. Since video takes lot of resources in terms of bandwidth, compute and memory, there is still a challenge to scale the streaming video pipeline for billions of people. For example, how to handle the video infrastructure for new-year eve, when everyone is sharing their live videos with their near and dear ones, or when it is a goal in soccer world-cup final. In this talk, I will focus on these challenges of video infra structure at scale and how industry is addressing them by using approaches from heterogeneous domains including Machine Learning, Single Processing and Statistical Analysis.
Dr. Zafar Shahid is an accomplished Multimedia Engineer with over 15 years of experience in real-time systems, multimedia stacks, applications and team- management. with ever increasing responsibilities in embedded, and desktop systems on Windows and Linux platforms. His experience spans big companies as Technicolor & Nvidia, and several start-ups. He has shipped several products successfully over the last decade. On the other hand, he has authored devised several algorithms which solved the problems on real-time protection for content storage and distribution. He has 3 books and over 40 internal publications and patents. He has extensively talked at international schools, conferences and technical workshops in morethan 10 countries.
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