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Live Video Streaming Strategies: The May 2020 Global CTO Colloquium

You are very much invited to join us on April 28th in which our global 7CTOs audience will be talking through the Live Video Platforms and how to integrate them into our product ecosystems.

3 Talks and break out sessions

The goal of our CTO Colloquium is that you:

  1. Learn new things
  2. Make new friends
  3. Take home tools

We do this by giving experts an opportunity to share new technology with the larger group and then to use smaller groups to process the information and make it applicable to our own companies.  We use Zoom’s break out sessions to answer some of the questions being posed by the speaker and to also learn from each other’s experiences in a more personal way.

1. Key Factors when choosing a Video Streaming API

by Kimeshan Naidoo, CTO Unibuddy

Looking at the main use cases for video streaming, identifying the key factors and trade-offs to consider when choosing an API for your use case and then presenting the best candidates for each use case.

2. Live Stream Video Using Azure Media Services

by Anup Marwadi, CTO Hypertrends

Highlights of the talk include:

  1. Understanding the Live Stream Platform needs
  2. Azure Media Services Offering
  3. Demo (if needed)

Azure Media Services is one of the most prominent media streaming platforms and has been used to stream the NBC Olympics live which is one of the most watched live event on the planet. For anyone that is interested in developing their own live streaming platform, this session will help you understand the different aspects of the overall ecosystem.

3. Open source solutions: Limits, security, and customization of WebRTC-based live video

by Jason McInerney, CTO Adverttu (UK) and Cognisynthetics (US)

Demos and review of the latest in WebRTC open source DIY meeting solutions, including security aspects, scaling capabilities like peer-to-peer fanout, and customization potential, like deep learning in the browser for blackout background, face ID, and sentiment analysis.

Hourly Schedule

Colloquium Agenda

9:00 - 9:10
Welcome!
An Introduction to our guests and time together
Speakers:
Etienne de Bruin
9:10 - 9:30
Key Factors when choosing a Video Streaming API
Looking at the main use cases for video streaming, identifying the key factors and trade-offs to consider when choosing an API for your use case and then presenting the best candidates for each use case.
Speakers:
Kimeshan Naidoo
9:30 - 9:40
Small groups
We'll break into smaller groups and discuss Kimeshan's talk
Speakers:
Etienne de Bruin
9:45 - 10:05
ive Stream Video Using Azure Media Services
Anup Marwadi will discuss the Azure Media Services offering to build your own Live Video streaming technology.
Speakers:
Anup Marwadi
10:10 - 10:20
Small groups
Discussions in Break Outs
Speakers:
Etienne de Bruin
10:25 - 10:55
Open source solutions: Limits, security, and customization of WebRTC-based live video
Demos and review of the latest in WebRTC open source DIY meeting solutions, including security aspects, scaling capabilities like peer-to-peer fanout, and customization potential, like deep learning in the browser for blackout background, face ID, and sentiment analysis.
Speakers:
Jason McInerney
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Close out
Speakers:
Etienne de Bruin
Etienne de Bruin
Etienne de Bruin
7CTOs Founder & CEO
Kimeshan Naidoo
Kimeshan Naidoo
CTO Unibuddy
Anup Marwadi
Anup Marwadi
CTO, Hypertrends
Jason McInerney
Jason McInerney
CTO of Adverttu (UK) and Cognisynthetics (US)

Date

May 05 2020
Expired!

Time

Pacific
9:00 am - 11:00 am

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: May 05 2020
  • Time: 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

More Info

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Location

Virtual
Zoom
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