Inuits provides the full functionality of MediaMosa as a managed service, named MediaSalsa. Our extensive experience with managing large-scale, highly available and performant Cloud platforms is applied to provide customers with a turn-key MediaMosa solution for all their Digital Asset Management needs.
We take care of:
- System and application management
- Software upgrades and security patches
- Scaling processing power, storage and network bandwidth, as needed
- Monitoring and tuning of the entire software stack
- Capacity planning
- Making regular backups and restoring data when needed
- A well-priced, predictable, highly available Digital Asset Management service
Have a look at demo.mediasalsa.eu preview.
A Case : MediaSalsa for Dutch educational institutions
Inuits cooperates with the University of Groningen (RUG) to provide MediaSalsa to the Dutch educational sector. Building on the powerful RUG-infrastructure, the SURFnet network and the SURFconext authentication, identity and grouping service, Inuits delivers a replacement solution for the soon-to-be terminated SURFmedia service. This service includes a front-end application based on the MediaMosa Site Builder that encompasses about 80% of the most frequently used features of SURFmedia.
MediaMosa is software to build a Full Featured, Webservice Oriented Digital Asset Management and Distribution platform.
With MediaMosa you can build a state-of-the-art, scalable Digital Asset Management platform which facilitates access to, and usage of (shared) storage capacity, metadata databases, transcoding- and streaming servers. A MediaMosa platform offers functionality for searching, playing, uploading, transcoding, as well as a fine granularity media access control system towards its users. MediaMosa is based on the Representational State Transfer (REST) architecture and is designed to support content streaming applications by providing a back-end-, audio- and video- infrastructure.
The main features of a MediaMosa platform are:
- Delivery platform for DA's audio, video (and in fact any other content)
- Streaming of any open source format (e.g. Flash, H.264 MPEG-4)
- Transcoding based on FFmpeg
- Flexible Metadata Element Sets
- Access management functions on Media
- Enhanced Still functions
- Long-term archival support
- Open Source under GPLv2 license