Logging, monitoring and analysis system LogServer has been upgraded by Mediaproxy. The company’s flagship system works entirely in software, to reliably log and monitor programme output to ensure it is compliant with broadcast regulations. It fits into cloud, virtual or on-premises workflows and supports video, audio and real-time data from a variety of sources used in broadcasting, including 4K, HDR, 10-bit, HEVC, TSoIP, SMPTE 2110, 2022-6, Zixi and SRT.
New features include advanced clustering of decentralised systems on IP networks, including cloud, as well as a pooled interface platform to simplify configuration at scale. The company maintains that this “marks a new era in distributed access, setup and configuration across entire organisations with extended local and global footprints”.
Mediaproxy’s LogServer has been updated with a new pooled interface platform
From its first version in 2001, LogServer has evolved in response to broadcasters’ changing requirements. The proliferation of channels and explosion in streaming has called for more sophisticated monitoring as media services have had to deal with not only more distribution platforms but also the advancement in technologies, including IP-driven workflows and cloud migration.
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Mediaproxy’s chief executive, Erik Otto, said: “Compliance has drastically changed over the years. It’s become an intrinsic part of both engineering and business. Our customers recognise our strong and continued commitment to providing the best engineered solution. The ever-increasing demands on modern compliance loggers to scale across IP networks challenges us to constantly stay ahead of the curve.”