Delivering New Services Without Building New Services

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Delivering New Services Without Building New Services

Tuesday, October 20, 2020 | 3 – 3:15 p.m. ET

Open to: M&E Day Pass Holders

MESA’s Media & Entertainment Day

The Cloud makes delivering new services easier than ever, but developing them can still take a great deal of time, effort, and money – particularly if you want to follow industry best practices and take full advantage of the Cloud’s potential deployment/scaling/security/disaster recovery capabilities. This is even harder when you have a mature API with an installed customer base that must be supported 24/7 without service interruption. The solution is to deploy API shims developed on an open-source platform backed by commercial support so you’re not reinventing the wheel, you can leverage modular design and code-reuse, you can perform complex tasks with a small amount of linking JavaScript, and you have an experienced partner to support and guide you through the initial learning curve. In this case study, EIDR (the Entertainment Identifier Registry Association) will show how they’ve used the integrated Reshuffle platform to deliver new APIs in a way that encourages experimentation and innovation and quickly delivers new features supporting new customer applications without disrupting the installed customer base.

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