The 2018 FIFA World Cup was the biggest production in Fox Sports 20-year history in terms of personnel, hours, and scale. With 64 matches broadcast, it totalling more than four previous World Cups combined. To deliver this, they deployed a revolutionary joint solution from AWS, Aspera, and a portfolio of APN partners that enabled the live delivery of a broadcast video from Russia to Los Angeles for remote production. In this session, learn the architectural patterns of large-scale data and content movement to the cloud over long distances with low-latency requirements, the high-availability requirements around broadcast workloads, and tradeoffs to consider. We cover how Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, AWS Lambda, Amazon SQS, and other services processed over 1.9 PB of original content over the 30-day tournament.