Insys launches Cloud Multi DRM on AWS Marketplace
July 7, 2021
Insys Cloud Multi DRM, a fully cloud-native digital rights management licensing server for video streaming from Insys Video Technologies, is now available in AWS Marketplace.
Insys Cloud Multi DRM is a secure, scalable, and serverless architecture based on AWS cloud for users of AWS Media Services. It provides a single source for secure content playback on various devices. API integration enables rapid adoption of the major DRM systems, including Google Widevine, Apple FairPlay, and Microsoft PlayReady. It supports the Common Encryption (CENC) standard via MPEG-DASH, allowing all DRM systems to be used within a single stream.
Insys Video Technologies enables smooth and secure interoperability between DRM and video processing and packaging offerings, thanks to integration with the Secure Packager and Encoder Key Exchange (SPEKE). This includes AWS Elemental MediaPackage and AWS Elemental MediaConvert, the services which allow to secure the live and VOD content by using DRM systems and prepare it for broadcast and multiscreen delivery at scale. SPEKE is a royalty-free open-source API specification that defines the standard for encrypted communication between video encoders, transcoders, origin servers, and digital rights management (DRM) system key servers for live and on-demand streaming video. This means that video content is protected from illegal redistribution throughout the media lifecycle.
Krzysztof Bartkowski, CEO at Insys Video Technologies, commented: “It has always been vital for broadcasters to secure premium content from piracy. However, with the constant evolution of the video landscape, broadcasters are looking for new ways to optimize associated costs, while ensuring the flexibility to scale as demands change. That is why it was important for us to base our Cloud Multi DRM on AWS Cloud to deliver that flexibility.”
Insys Cloud Multi DRM offers an unlimited number of licenses and auto-scalable architecture with 24/7 monitoring and support. It can be launched within a day thanks to the serverless cloud-native infrastructure.