Cloud Scaling Service
Takes away server-related hassles
Full video processing performance with data processed in the cloud
2 | SCALING
Simple extension from point-to-point to group video meetings
3 | MANAGEMENT
Supports parallel video sessions and service instances
Managed Scalability – Higher Performance
To secure customers' performance Eyeson manages the cloud capacity, scalable video coding performance and data management. The Eyeson API guarantees resource optimization and therefore highest performance.
Kubernetes allows Eyeson to keep up with the requirements. It brings some great features that enable deploying applications fast with scalability in mind, such as when adding new servers quickly, automatically changing the number of running containers, health checks as well as self-healing, and so on.
For the users’ security, the Eyeson API generates an instant link to start a temporary server in the cloud that is unique for the given meeting. The meeting server will be running only for the duration of the meeting. Once the session is concluded, the server will be terminated and the data deleted.
Being aware of the challenges of the digital environments, Eyeson guarantees customers 100% compliance with GDPR, country regulations, encryption, security and data protection.
1 Cloud Instance = 1 API Video Session
To optimize the cloud performance the Eyeson API generates for every video session a unique virtual cloud server instance.
Eyeson enhances traditional workflows with a cloud-based video conferencing service that offers a 100% browser-based service with WebRTC technology - "made in Europe". Eyeson cloud services can immediately be used for worldwide scaling
Single Stream Technology is implemented in Eyeson’s core video conferencing service “MCU+”, scalable via multiple different cloud providers.
Cloud CapacityDefault Cloud Service Providers
Choose one of our currently supported cloud service providers: Amazon AWS, T-Systems, Exoscale. Eyeson helps you choosing the provider that fits your needs.
With our independent cloud approach, you can also use your own provider: a private cloud, a cloud provider you trust, or simply the cloud account of your company.