Design Windows Media Services Infrastructure. Module 7: Design Windows Media Services Infrastructure Design Windows Media Services for live streaming

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  • Slide 1
  • Design Windows Media Services Infrastructure
  • Slide 2
  • Module 7: Design Windows Media Services Infrastructure Design Windows Media Services for live streaming Windows Media Services for on-demand content Improving performance for on-demand content Monitoring Windows Media Services
  • Slide 3
  • Lesson 1: Design Windows Media Services for Live Streaming Overview Windows Media Services for Windows Server 2008 Standard edition vs. Enterprise edition Backwards compatibility with Windows Media Services for Windows Server 2003 Live streaming capabilities Planning for multi site deployments
  • Slide 4
  • Overview of Windows Media Services for Windows Server 2008 Windows Media Player Windows Media Server File Server Remote WMS Distribution Server Encoder Video Source WMS Cache/Proxy plug-in Server Core NDIS 6 network offloading Encoder failover 64 bit support
  • Slide 5
  • Standard edition vs. Enterprise edition Windows Media Services for Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition includes Multicast capability IGMPv3 support Caching and multi-tasking (play while archiving) Advanced FF/RW support
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  • Backwards compatibility with Windows Media Services for Windows Server 2003 Full compatibility with existing content and streams WMS for Windows Server 2008 requires Server 2008 If upgrading an existing installation, modify registry
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  • Live streaming capabilities ScenarioOrigin Intranet (some data loss acceptable) WMS 9 or later via UDP Rtsp://server/publishing_point Intranet (no data loss acceptable) WMS 9 or later via TCP Rtspt://server/publishing_point Servers separated by firewall WMS 9 or later via http http://server/publishing_point Rebroadcast multicast stream to unicast network segment WMS 9 or later via MCast MCast://%systemdrive%\Wmpub\Wmroot\file. nsc HTTP and MCast can also be used to connect to Media Services 4.1.
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  • Planning for multi site deployments Required Network Capacity = Content bit rate x estimated number of clients Multicast Streaming Increases the capacity of a stream Enable Multiple Bit Rate to improve the performance of low bandwidth clients Remote WMS Use IPSec for secure transfer between sites
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  • Lesson 2: Windows Media Services for on- demand content Design digital rights management Design content storage
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  • Digital Rights Management Windows Media Server Encoder Video Source Real-time DRM encoding
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  • Design content storage ScenarioOrigin File server (Share) Resource can run other services Access using publishing point computer account Network Attached Storage (NAS) Dedicated appliance Easy to configure Storage Area Network (SAN) Potentially the most expensive solution Higher performance with block level access Expandable as needed Increase caching performance by disabling file sharing mode
  • Slide 12
  • Server Core installation Services supported on Server Core Active Directory Domain Services Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS) Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Server DNS Server File Services Print Server Windows Media Services Web Server (IIS) Hyper-V (Virtualization)

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