back to article AWS hoping to pick up stream with Cloud Digital Interface: Low latency cloud network for uncompressed video

Amazon Web Services has said its new Cloud Digital Interface (CDI) will enable cloud-based video production across multiple virtual machines for the first time. Video production is one of those areas which seems inherently ill-suited for cloud. It is graphically intensive, synchronisation is critical, and requires wiring up …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Industry Paranoia

    We aren't even allowed to have short clips for software tests on a machine that isn't air-gapped. No way is any studio letting any movie content anywhere near "the cloud"

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Industry Paranoia

      I disagree. I think with a locked-down, private subnet, data encrypted in transit and at rest, with the customers own encryption keys would be just as safe as in a studio location. Customers can use Amazon Firewalls or industry-standard ones such as Cisco along with intrusion detection systems. All it takes is some well thought through governance.

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