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January 8

A checklist: preparing for your live-streaming event

With high quality-of-experience expectations around live-streaming events, no content owner can afford not to have the right plan in place. Here are the crucial steps to take when planning…

December 28

When do you need low-latency HTTP live streaming?

Low-latency live streaming is more relevant than ever. New user experiences, like quizzes and real-time voting, built around content and entertainment must be available with little to no…

November 17

Fastly’s Live Event Services help power Australia’s Lexus Melbourne Cup on 10 Play

Fastly Live Event Services helped power the Lexus Melbourne Cup, a 3-minute horse race that attracts millions of viewers across Australia. This year, the event saw more people live streaming…

October 22

Fastly introduces two solutions to answer the demand for quality, low-latency live event and on-demand experiences

With two new solutions, Fastly is empowering video engineers to address the growing streaming-at-scale challenge head on with enhancements to its video-on-demand and live event services…

March 10

How network automation helps Fastly support the world’s biggest live-streaming moments

How network automation, a small team of engineers, and key learnings from past extreme high-traffic moments allow us to support delivery performance at scale.

January 7

Is multi-CDN delivery the solution to your QoE goals?

Multi-CDN delivery helps deliver a higher quality of experience and is growing in popularity. Let’s explore why and what key factors you should keep in mind in evaluating if it’s the right…

November 20

Seven tips to improve live streaming

At Fastly, we’ve helped some of the world’s leading broadcasters and content owners deliver live events that scale from local news to the very largest sporting events. And we’ve learned a…

October 15

Fastly’s real-time log streaming support extends to Apache Kafka and Elasticsearch

Fastly expands real-time logging support to include six additional endpoints, including Apache Kafka and Elasticsearch.

August 8

Empowering OTT providers with multi-DRM & content preconditioning

In an ongoing effort to help you provide the best streaming experiences for your end users, we’re excited to announce two new features to our OTFP service. Multi-DRM support and content…

July 19

Announcing Common Encryption & demuxing support for MPEG-DASH packaging

We’re excited to announce we’re enhancing our MPEG-DASH packaging support to include Common Encryption and demuxing audio and video representations, two features that will better allow you…

April 13

Analyze viewer engagement with Video Delivery Insights

We’re pleased to announce that we now send additional metrics from our On-the-fly Packaging (OTFP) service to provide more granular visibility into the packaging and delivery process. You…

February 10

Introducing MPEG-DASH support: enhancing Video on Demand

We’re proud to announce support for MPEG-DASH streaming format packaging. This feature lets you simplify the delivery of video content to your end users and reduce the operational costs…

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