IBM Aspera: Movie/Video-File Stream
IBM Aspera is a business-level operating system designed for small to mid-sized companies. IBM Aspera provides many benefits over other options in a BSD environment, making it an excellent choice for companies of any size. Many people do not realize the complexity of setting up a BSD system, and this can cause some problems for smaller businesses. IBM Aspera is designed to be extremely simple to use by anyone who has minimal IT experience. In this article, we will take a look at some of the basic features of the IBM Aspera server:
The IBM Aspera Display Manager (ADM) is used for controlling multiple installations on a single server. To set up the server, you simply log onto the ADM web page and follow the instructions given. Once installed, the Aspera display manager will manage the display configuration and also control the installation of any necessary software. For example, you can install new applications or uncomplicated utilities, which run on the standard user mode. The use of the IBM Aspera ADM simplifies the deployment process and makes the whole process more consistent and simplified.
Another useful feature provided by the IBM Aspera Server is IBM Aspera’s Secure Gateway. This feature requires server administration and access authorization. This is accomplished through the use of the IBM Aspera ID card that is embedded within the Aspera server. You can also use an IBM Aspera Network Key Server (NCK) to manage access to networks with various security restrictions. IBM Aspera provides comprehensive support for multimedia systems and the IBM Media Server. It also provides extensive support for the IBM Object Manager and IBM Access Server.