Tedial has designed smartWork natively with microservices and kubernetes to provide adaptability and scalability of both media operations and resources.
Tedial, the independent media technology solutions specialist, will introduce its next-generation, cloud-native, NoCode Media Integration Platform, smartWork to the EMEA M&E market at IBC 2022. Following the platform’s launch in April 2022, Tedial will demonstrate how its new features will improve business processes for media companies at IBC.
Visitors will see how Tedial’s smartWork Media Integration Platform decouples the customary orchestration capabilities embedded in the systems that broadcasters have traditionally been using (MAM, DAM, PAM, CMS). It offers a framework where all the systems are integrated in the same way, based on three key pillars: Common Interface; Common Datamodel; and Common Workspace, where applications go to the media and not the media to the applications.
The smartWork approach is based on a common interface and data model so that applications and systems are integrated within the platform rather than the platform being integrated into the applications.
SmartWork technology will revolutionize the way M&E companies manage their media by speeding up the digital transformation with benefits that include unprecedented flexibility, seamless and effortless integrations, reduced costs, enhanced team collaboration, improved profitability, accelerated growth and dramatically shorter delivery times. The new Media Integration Platform simplifies complex business processes and workflows and empowers non-technical users with easy-to-use tools that provide unprecedented benefits.
As it follows Infrastructure as Code (IaC), smartWork can be deployed on-premises, on any cloud or in a hybrid architecture for incredible flexibility.
SmartWork platform can easily be updated/upgraded from the Tedial Cloud repository via the Artifactory UI, which enables non-technical users to update services, workflows and integration systems to the latest version with just a few clicks.
SmartWork includes a complete Business Intelligence tool for customer self-sufficiency that enables them to take full platform control. So, customers will be able to decide which processes can be modified to reduce costs without business impact.
Julian Fernandez- Campon, CTO of Tedial said: “We’re really looking forward to getting back to IBC and showing the European market the huge benefits that smartWork delivers. No one can predict the future and the way companies operate can change from night-to-day. SmartWork’s NoCode approach enables the design of scalable, future-proof solutions and media services for the M&E industry, accessible to everybody everywhere, that can be seamlessly aligned with business needs to add value.”