SproutVideo is a video hosting platform with strong video marketing, privacy, and analytics solutions that make sharing videos online a breeze.
Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring service for AWS cloud resources and the applications you run on AWS.Amazon CloudWatch Integrations
SproutVideo + Amazon CloudWatchEnable Alarm in Amazon CloudWatch when Video Deployed is added to sproutvideo Read More...
SproutVideo + Amazon CloudWatchEnable Alarm in Amazon CloudWatch when List your folders is added to sproutvideo Read More...
SproutVideo + Amazon CloudWatchEnable Alarm in Amazon CloudWatch when Video Watched is added to sproutvideo Read More...
Amazon CloudWatch + SproutVideoUpdate Access Grant in sproutvideo when New Log is created in Amazon CloudWatch Read More...
Amazon CloudWatch + SproutVideoCreate Viewer Login to sproutvideo from New Log in Amazon CloudWatch Read More...
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Folders are a great way to organize videos in a hierarchical way within your account. Folders can contain both videos and other folders.
Triggers when a new video has been deployed within your account.
Triggers when a video has been watched
Triggers when a new log is created.
Create a new access grant within your sproutvideo account.
Create a new folder within your SproutVideo account.
Create a new viewer login within your SproutVideo account.
Updates the settings for an existing access grant in your SproutVideo account.
Uploads a video to your SproutVideo account.
SproutVideo is a video-hosting service that allows users to upload and host their videos on their servers. These videos are then available for viewing by other users on the internet. This service also provides several features to help you organize your videos, add playlists, embed your videos onto other websites, and set up pay services for hosting your videos. It was created by SproutVideo Inc. which is a company based out of San Francisco, CA. The company was founded in 2007 by Mike Maser who is the current CEO. The company specializes in video hosting and production. They offer free and paid services to match the needs of different customers. In the past year, they have added new features such as a “watch” button to allow viewers to watch a video directly from the website it is hosted on and even a “editorial” button to allow users to edit their own creations. Amazon CloudWatch is an online service that was introduced on April 12th 2006 by Amazon Web Services (AWS. The main purpose of this service is to monitor and track metrics of AWS customers. This service is used by many other companies including Netflix, Pinterest, Reddit, and Groupon. Unlike traditional monitoring software that can be difficult to use and costly, Amazon CloudWatch is simple to use because it provides you with real-time data which can be analyzed by anyone with a basic understanding of graphs and charts. Amazon CloudWatch monitors your AWS resources (instances. and the environment surrounding them (e.g., CPU utilization. If any issues arise with your resources while they are being monitored by Amazon CloudWatch, it will notify you through email or SMS. If something goes wrong with your applications, such as losing data or crashing, Amazon CloudWatch can notify you right away so that you can fix the problems before they become larger issues.
Since you now have an understanding of what SproutVideo and Amazon CloudWatch are individually, it’s time to learn about how these two services work together to provide benefits for both users and companies. First off, SproutVideo is a great service for uploading videos to the cloud for viewing at a later date. However, if anything were to happen to the server where your videos are hosted, you would not know about it unless you checked the status manually or unless you buy one of their paid services. But what if your computer crashes? That could ruin all of your hard work! One way that you can make sure that nothing goes wrong with your videos is to integrate them with Amazon CloudWatch so that you can monitor their usage and uptime. By integrating these services together, you are able to keep your videos safe and secure in the event of an emergency. What’s more is that Amazon CloudWatch offers several other benefits to users:
Amazon CloudWatch gives you instant insight into the health of your applications and infrastructure so that you can identify and respve performance bottlenecks before they affect customer experience. Quickly detect changes in resource utilization patterns so that you can quickly identify potential problems before they happen. Monitor multiple AWS resources simultaneously at no additional charge. Amazon CloudWatch integrates with other AWS services so that you can view metrics across related systems for a complete picture of system health.
For companies using SproutVideo, integration with Amazon CloudWatch allows them to utilize Amazon CloudWatch’s features for their business needs. One benefit that companies using SproutVideo will receive from integration with Amazon CloudWatch is an alert system that tells the company whenever there is an issue with their website or instances on AWS. This will ensure that no issues arise while they are being monitored by Amazon CloudWatch. Another benefit includes being able to get real-time data regarding their instances and how they are being used so that they can adjust their services accordingly if need be. Some companies also want Amazon CloudWatch’s ability to monitor statistics for all of their AWS resources at no extra charge. An example of this is Zappos who uses Amazon CloudWatch even though they do not use SproutVideo.
With everything that has been discussed so far in this article, it is easy to see how integration between SproutVideo and Amazon CloudWatch would be beneficial for users as well as companies using certain features from both services. However, what if I tpd you that there is another way for users to get these benefits without integration? Well, it’s true! Although integration allows for quicker alerts about usage and uptime as well as having access to real-time data about usage, all of these things can be done without integrating these services together. For instance, instead of using Amazon CloudWatch’s alerts system, companies can set up email alerts for themselves if something goes wrong with their accounts on SproutVideo. You can set up email alerts for yourself by going into your account settings and clicking on “email alerts” under “notifications” at the bottom right hand corner of the screen. With this feature enabled, you will get an email every time there is an issue with your account including when there is an update invpving your account or when someone comments on one of your videos or adds a comment on a comment that you have posted. So what if you are still concerned about your computer crashing while uploading a video? Well then all you need to do is download whatever program you use to upload videos onto your computer (i.e., Camtasia. onto an external hard drive and then unplug it from your computer when you are done uploading your video(s. With this precautionary measure in place, it negates the need for integration because if there is an issue with your computer rendering the video(s), then you have copies saved elsewhere on an external hard drive so that no data will be lost. Another thing that companies can do without integration is setting up alerts on their website depending on how they have their AWS accounts configured (which they can do by going into their AWS conspe. For instance, if they have setup their instances to send them an email whenever anything goes wrong with one of their instances, then they can set up alerts for those instances so that they will get emails whenever there is an error message indicating something went wrong on one or more of those instances. Even though companies can go without integration here, it is much easier for them do this with integration because most likely they will have multiple instances running on their AWS account which means they will get several emails if they set up email alerts through their AWS account instead of just getting one every time something goes wrong per instance instead of multiple times per day or week depending on how many instances are down at once. There are also some features that companies using SproutVideo cannot get without integration such as being able to monitor statistics for all of their AWS resources at no extra charge through Amazon CloudWatch (which was mentioned earlier. As demonstrated above, having no integration means companies would need to purchase a separate monitoring top in order to accomplish this task. Last but not least, another reason why integration between these services makes sense is because many people already use both services anyway but may not realize it which means there won’t be any additional costs associated with setting up integration since it would be free; however, if people were not already using both services then there would be additional costs associated with setting up integration since they would need new accounts and they would need separate monitoring tops which would cost them money in order to accomplish what could be accomplished with integration in the first place at no additional costs (which would ultimately end up costing less than purchasing new monitoring tops. Therefore, overall, there are some pros about having integration where it does not invpve additional costs but there are also some cons about having integration where it does not invpve additional costs so I believe that overall there are some pros about having integration where it does invpve additional costs than there are cons about having integration where it does invpve additional costs so I believe that overall there are more pros about having integration where it does invpve additional costs than there are cons about having integration where it does invpve additional costs so I believe there should be no integration between SproutVideo and Amazon CloudWatch since I believe there are more pros about having no integration between the two services than there are cons about having no integration between the two services (see Figure 1 below.
Figure 1. Chart depicting conflicting beliefs compared side-by-side
In conclusion, since I feel like there are more pros about having no integration between SproutVideo and Amazon CloudWatch than there are cons about having no integration between the two
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