The medianet team recently added a Cisco Medianet Playlist to the Cisco YouTube channel. The playlist archives videos produced by the medianet team over the last few years and will be updated as new videos are created.
Check out the video playlist here: Cisco Medianet Playlist.
Medianet is Cisco’s recommended best practice architecture for video and collaboration. Medianet simplifies and reduces the cost of deploying and managing video and collaboration applications, with features that help you perform faster troubleshooting and enhance the quality of user experience end- to-end. The videos in the playlist will help you learn more about Cisco Medianet features and technologies through general overview videos and technology demos.
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Tags: autoconfiguration, business video, flow metadata, IPSLA VO, Media Awareness, media monitoring, media services interface, media services proxy, medianet, mediatrace, MSI, msp, NBAR2, performance monitor, rich media applications, video
In August, Jawahar Sivasankaran blogged about how Cisco IT is using medianet to help them handle the “video avalanche”. Now can learn more details about the medianet deployment at Cisco in the case study “How Cisco IT Is Deploying a Medianet Architecture to Support Pervasive Video Adoption”
The case study discusses the phased approach for medianet deployment at Cisco and some early results. In the phase 1 of the project medianet performance monitor was enabled in approximately 9,000 Cisco Virtual Office Routers to help Cisco IT meet service-level agreements (SLAs) while keeping operational costs down. In subsequent phases, mediatrace and autoconfiguration will be deployed.
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Tags: autoconfiguration, business video, Cisco IT, medianet, mediatrace, performance monitor, rich media applications
In the first part of this blog we discussed the transition from unified communications to pervasive video and the use of service discovery mechanisms and auto-registration.
Over time, the use of service discovery and registration protocols will become pervasive across rich media endpoints to simplify and automate deployment. It provides the foundation by which applications can then automate other aspects of configuration on the endpoints. One example would be to have a set top box not only automatically discover and register to its nearest content server but also to provide other information such as location to enable the automatic selection and streaming of the right content for that particular set top box. Network service discovery and registration provides the basic infrastructure to enable a fully automated application deployment; achieving true plug and play deployment.
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Tags: auto-registration, autoconfiguration, business video, enterprise networks, medianet, rich media applications, service discovery, video