Digital Transformation with AWS
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With our AWS Managed Hosting, you can manage your Amazon servers with 1-click solutions and focus completely on growing your business instead. Backup, Security, 24x7x365 Support. All taken care of by us. The best thing is all this at a fixed monthly / annual cost. No surprises at the end of the month.
We offer managed services for following AWS cloud products:
- Amazon Lightsail: Build applications and websites fast with low-cost, pre-configured cloud resources.
- AWS Amplify: Build web and mobile apps in hours, not weeks.
- Amazon Cloudfront: Securely deliver content with low latency and high transfer speeds.
- Amazon Honeycode: Gives you the power to build apps for managing your team’s work.
- AWS App Runner: Deploy containerized web applications and APIs at scale.
Hosting Sports Websites, Applications, and Sports Portals on AWS
Powering athletic performance with best-in-class cloud hosting.
AWS offers a comprehensive and flexible cloud infrastructure that empowers global sports organizations to build, deploy, and scale their websites, portals, and applications with ease, while also benefiting from advanced security and performance features.
Some of the key AWS components we use along with Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) are:
- Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3)
- Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS)
- AWS Elastic Beanstalk
- AWS Amplify
- Amazon Lightsail
- Amazon Route 53
- Amazon CloudFront
- Amazon RDS (Relational Database Service):
- Elastic Load Balancing (ELB)
- AWS Certificate Manager (ACM)
We deliver comprehensive range of managed services, as per your SLA, to ensure your online presence runs smoothly, securely, and at peak performance. Always.
- AWS expertise and sports industry understanding
- 24/7 support and proactive monitoring
- Cost optimization and resource management
- Compliance and security focus
How AWS is transforming Formula 1 racing?
Formula 1 has been focusing on delivering engaging and personalized content to fans, and AWS’s cloud services play a crucial role in achieving this goal. AWS’s scalable infrastructure allows Formula 1 to handle the large volumes of data generated during races and deliver high-quality video content to viewers worldwide.
Formula 1 (F1) is using Media servers from AWS in a number of ways, including:
- Live streaming: AWS Media servers power the live streaming of F1 races and other events to millions of fans around the world. F1 uses AWS Elemental MediaLive to encode and transcode its live video feeds into different formats and resolutions for delivery to different devices and platforms.
- On-demand video: AWS Media servers also power F1’s on-demand video service, F1TV. F1TV allows fans to watch live races, replays, highlights, and other F1 content on a variety of devices, including TVs, computers, mobile devices, and gaming consoles.
- Media asset management: F1 uses AWS Media2Cloud to manage its vast library of media assets, including race footage, interviews, and behind-the-scenes content. Media2Cloud provides F1 with a central repository for its media assets and makes it easy to search, manage, and share them with different teams and partners.
- Machine learning: F1 is also using AWS Media servers to power machine learning-based applications, such as its Track Dominance feature. Track Dominance uses machine learning to analyze race data and identify where drivers are gaining and losing time on the track. This information can then be used by teams to improve their car performance and by fans to gain a deeper understanding of the race.
Overall, AWS Media servers are playing a critical role in F1’s ability to deliver high-quality video content to its fans around the world.
Here are some specific examples of how F1 is using AWS Media servers:
- Live streaming of races: F1 uses AWS Elemental MediaLive to encode and transcode its live video feeds into different formats and resolutions for delivery to different devices and platforms. For example, F1 streams its live races to TVs in 4K resolution, to mobile devices in 1080p resolution, and to social media platforms in 720p resolution.
- On-demand video of races and other content: F1TV uses AWS Elemental MediaPackage to store and deliver its on-demand video content to fans around the world. MediaPackage allows F1 to deliver its content in different formats and resolutions, and to support different streaming protocols.
- Media asset management: F1 uses AWS Media2Cloud to manage its vast library of media assets. Media2Cloud provides F1 with a central repository for its media assets and makes it easy to search, manage, and share them with different teams and partners. For example, F1 uses Media2Cloud to share its media assets with its broadcast partners, who use them to produce their own coverage of F1 races.
- Machine learning: F1 uses AWS Elemental MediaConvert to transcode its live video feeds into a format that can be processed by its machine learning applications. F1 then uses Amazon SageMaker to run its machine learning models on its transcoded video feeds. For example, F1 uses SageMaker to power its Track Dominance feature, which uses machine learning to analyze race data and identify where drivers are gaining and losing time on the track.