We’re preparing for our December 12th live webinar, Six secrets to successful live streaming, and hope you will join us to watch and learn more. In the meantime, though, I wanted to tackle a couple of the tricky, sticky questions that pop up when I talk to companies about their streaming needs. (Read part one of this blog series for more.)
If you’re familiar with Varnish already, you know that VMODs extend Varnish functionality and give Varnish the kind of flexibility that helps you deliver content the way you want to. We recently published a brief overview of all currently available Varnish VMODs to give you a high-level overview of all the VMODs that currently exist and want to provide a bit more detail about what the newest VMODs can do for you.
Throughout the last couple of years live streaming has boomed, mostly helped by the rise of new technologies, i.e. the cloud, which made live streaming cheaper, more performant and more reliable.
Delivering live content requires a robust and performant architecture to make sure the final user has an excellent experience, especially because numerous competitors are appearing on the scene.