Next-Generation Monitoring Techniques are Important for SLA Verification

Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology Conference

Tue. April 10

9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Open to these pass holders:

Conference Flex Pass  

With the repack in full swing, there is still a significant amount of complexity surrounding how broadcasters in channel sharing agreements will meet SLA requirements. Broadcasters need to ensure that service level agreements are complied with in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible in order to provide the best level of service. This presentation will outline the challenges broadcasters face when participating in a channel sharing agreement and verifying service level agreements. A next-generation monitoring solution will be described, which enables broadcasters to monitor a wide range of SLA parameters, including the maximum and minimum bandwidth allowed for all services having the same major number, the maximum percentage of the overall transport bandwidth allowed to be used by the services with the same major number, stream structure, and number of services per major number. The session will also cover why it's important to choose a reliable solution.

Moderator:

Sam Wallington

Sam Wallington

VP of Engineering

Educational Media Foundation

Speaker:

Mark Corl

Mark Corl

Sr. VP, Emergent Technology Development

Triveni Digital


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