RadioMan system can be installed as in-house, in the cloud, and in a hybrid configuration. The cloud-native infrastructure means less investment and more freedom.
Cloud enables users to run broadcast operations location-independently. Radioman’s cloud-native infrastructure lets you quickly set up radio broadcast operations from temporary studios, including shopping malls, sports centres, schools, event venues, and more!
All the planning and on-air operations can be accomplished with a standard Windows PC or tablet running a Chrome browser and RadioMan user interfaces. You can use all the planning tools, edit the material, and control the on-air playout via the user interface.
Cloud installation benefits from less investment and depreciation in hardware. The cloud-native infrastructure reduces the need for specialized production HW, i.e., machines, consoles, audio equipment, and premises, i.e., physical infra or studios.
Cloud also enables broadcasters the optimal use of existing HW and specialized production equipment where needed.
It is possible to utilize other services available in the cloud environment. These include, for instance, load balancing, scaling possibilities, efficient remote control and upgrade mechanisms, scalable storage, clustered databases, global connectivity, and streaming services.
If an in-house installation is preferred, the cloud setup can be used for configuration and roll-out planning, initial roll-out, migration, training, mobile operations, and system backup.
Cloud comes with secured access and availability to your broadcasting system, for example, in case your laptop breaks or your server room is flooded.
RadioMan’s back-end services are installed on Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud, either in the public cloud or the broadcaster’s private environment, depending on the broadcaster’s infrastructure requirements. The region and availability zone depends on the broadcaster’s location. This ensures the utmost performance, availability, and security of your broadcast operations.