The progressive 5-session series is designed to educate and empower broadcast engineers to have informed conversations about deploying software container technology.
Cleveland, Ohio (February 17, 2022) –Telos Alliance®—trusted global leader in broadcast audio for more than three decades—will host a 5-session educational series kicking off with Container University 201: Hardware Requirements for Virtualized Broadcast Equipment on March 2, 2022, at 1 PM EST.
Container University 201: Hardware Requirements for Virtualized Broadcast Equipment introduces hardware selection concepts for containerized software applications, analyzes the importance of dedicated CPU resources, and differentiates which computing resources can be de-emphasized vs. those which must be prioritized. Attendees will learn which computing functions are key to successful broadcast functionality in a software container environment.
The newest Container University series takes a deep dive into the technology with every session. Pre-register now to save your seat for one or all five sessions.
CU 201– Mar 2, 2022, at 1 PM EST: Hardware Requirements for Virtualized Broadcast Equipment
CU 202– Mar 23, 2022, at 1 PM EST: Multicast, Unicast, & CODECs Connecting Virtual Broadcast Equipment
CU 203– Apr 13, 2022, at 1 PM EST: On-Prem, Data Center, or Cloud - Where is Your Virtualized Broadcast Neighborhood?
CU 204– May 18, 2022, at 1 PM EST: Staying in Sync Without Losing Time
CU 205– June 15, 2022, 1 PM EST: Security vs. Convenience - Smart Network Planning Can Allow for Both
Here's How It Works– Shortly after registration, you'll receive confirmation emails from Zoom with easy-to-link calendar appointments for every session registered.
Can't join us for the live learning sessions? Register anyway and receive the recordings in your inbox.
Marketing Coordinator, Telos Alliance