An HTTP cache control directive similar to max-age, but applied only to shared caches.
Software as a service (SaaS), is a program that gives users the ability to share files on a shared platform.
Often measured in hertz (Hz), this is the number of times per second audio is measured (sampled) and encoded at. CD's are mastered at 41000 Hz per second.
A customizable duration (indicated in seconds) of TS segments. The larger the segment duration, the more delayed a stream will be front live. Most HLS streams use a 1-4 second segment duration.
Server-side ad insertion (SSAI)
The process of stitching video content and video ads together on the server side level, happening on the backend before it appears to the customer.
A user-defined set of rules and behavior for a website or application. You can the web interface to create, edit, and delete your services.
The header sent by a server in response to an HTTP request and then used to create a cookie on a user's origin.
A searchable field for a short description of content within Media Manager.
Video content that has a duration of less than 8 minutes.
Often referred to within player creation, a skin" is a template for use when creating a player."
Part of the Connected TV family. It's a television with Internet access and interactive features which allows users to stream music and videos.
A type of purging that allows users to easily mark content as outdated. In this way, the content is not deleted from the caches.
A MainStreaming designation for where a customer should push a live stream to. A source often contains a URL, path, stream ID, and key.
MainStreaming status indicator. Options include uploading, queued, encoding, and ready.
Infrastructure that enables audio and video data to be delivered to a device from a remote source. This transfer can be live or on-demand.
Subscription Video On-Demand (SVOD)
A streaming service that gives users access to a catalogue of on-demand content in exchange for a fee.
Custom responses generated within the CDN that users can set if a specific URL is requested or a specific condition, such as a status code, is met. These responses require no origin server interaction.