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Customer Story: The world's #1 ranked video on demand sports platform - Howard Kitto, CTO, Perform Group

Customer Story: The world's #1 ranked video on demand sports platform - Howard Kitto, CTO, Perform Group

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AWS Enterprise Summit London | Perform Group's Eplayer - The world’s largest sports VOD broadcasterAWS Enterprise Summit London | Perform Group's Eplayer - The world’s largest sports VOD broadcaster Presentation Transcript

  • EPLAYER: THE WORLD’S LARGEST SPORTS VOD BROADCASTER Perform Group PLC Howard Kitto
  • CREATES AND DISTRIBUTES MORE DIGITAL SPORTS CONTENT THAN ANY OTHER BUSINESS live events streamed events analysed events live scored VOD clips editorial articles different languages rights contracts
  • 185m Sports Fans per Month
  • What is ePlayer? SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS AND NEWS CONTENT STREAMED ACROSS OVER 1,800 ONLINE PUBLISHER SITES, REACHING 120 MILLION SPORTS FANS EVERY MONTH •  Perform –  Acquires the rights –  Sells the advertising –  Provides technology •  Publishers get a share
  • The Volumes are Large United  States   United  Kingdom   Turkey   Brazil   Netherlands   Spain   Malaysia   Argen<na   Canada   Indonesia   Top 10 ePlayer territories
  • History •  vPlayer – Premier League Rights •  Re-launch 2010 – MLB season •  Complete rebuild: –  Player –  Client Portal –  API – ZIP Code level geoblocking •  Live Q4 2010
  • The Challenge – Individualised Content Listing Which Publisher? Which Player? Which Language? Which Channel? Which Order? Which Country? Which Zip Code?
  • Why did we choose Amazon? •  Uncertainty: not sure of volumes •  Separation: not causing stress on other products •  Global reach: consistent experience everywhere •  Speed: develop quicker
  • How We Did It Content Management Tier Oracle and CMS EC2 Instance App Server Rights decision XML Files Various Sources Video Ingest, edit transcode S3Video Files HTTP JSON
  • What We Learned? •  Other products –  Origin Proxy Servers –  Content scoreboard •  Today: •  151 EC2 Instances •  80TB S3 •  Distributed Database •  Configuration Management •  Governance
  • Thank You!
  • AWS Enterprise Summit 2014 #AWSSummit