One of the top priorities in media streaming/(OTT) business is to protect and monitor the digital assets/videos at all times including when the media is at rest and while streaming. In this course, Protecting and Monitoring Azure Media Services, you’ll learn how to protect and monitor media assets using industry standard encryptions & DRM’s likeAES-128, FairPlay, PlayReady, Widevine in Azure Media Services. First, you’ll explore the fundamentals of media protection. Next, you’ll discover the content protection features offered in Azure Media Services. Then, you'll apply the concepts of DRM encryption and designate different DRM Encryptions to media. Finally, you'll analyze and monitor media services using Azure Monitor and Event Grid. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge to protect and monitor media services that are needed to build the secured media streaming service.
Venkatesh Muniyandi is a passionate IT professional having over 15 years of experience in BI, Big Data, Web & Cloud technologies. He loves to teach practical software development skills to make the students productive at a fast pace.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Venkatesh Muniyandi. Welcome to my course, Protecting and Monitoring Azure Media Services. I'm a senior consultant with an IT consulting firm in Melbourne, Australia. Protecting digital media content is an important objective in any media streaming business. In this course, I'll explain and demonstrate the media protection features offered in Azure Media Services. To make this course more interesting and engaging, I have created a media streaming portal for our virtual media streaming company named Globomantics. I'll show how content protection is implemented for the streaming portal using Azure Media Services features. Some of the major topics that we will cover include understanding content protection features in Azure Media Services, introduction to digital rights management, applying content protection using DRM products like Widevine, PlayReady, and FairPlay, Monitoring the Azure Media Services using metrics, logs, and Event Grid. By end of this course, you will have a solid understanding of why we need content protection and how we can apply it in the Azure Media Services. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with basics of Azure Media Services, basic knowledge in C# programming. Please remember Azure Media Services provides SDK in multiple programming languages. In this course, we will use C#. You can use any of your preferred programming language. I hope you will join me on this journey to learn about content protection with the Protecting and Monitoring Azure Media Services course, at Pluralsight.