Preventing the “works in my dev environment” scenario often times requires creating a Vagrant box to mirror the QA and production environments as closely as possible. RealEyes gives provides some tips and links that we’ve leveraged to create a solid execution of “vagrant up”.
We’re looking for two junior level technologists to join our small team here in Capitol Hill, Denver, CO and work with us on exciting and cutting edge projects. These two positions are on-site at our RealEyes office and full time.
Varnish Plus is what we feel will offer the proverbial, “icing on the cake” for our end-to-end solution approach. What is it exactly? It’s an HTTP accelerator. Simply put, it’s like supercharging your car.
I was recently asked how the Varnish Plus cache interacts with the objects created to support HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) via a backend origin Apache/Adobe Media Server.
When using PHDS, there is a file that is used to derive the Content Encryption Key used by AMS to DRM protect the HDS fragments served via PHDS.