OAKLAND, CA--(Marketwire - Sep 5, 2012) - Skytide, the leader in Online Video Management Analytics, today announced the next generation release of its acclaimed CDN analytics and reporting solution. Skytide Insight for Content Delivery Networks 3.0 introduces a host of new features, functionality and technological advancements designed to enable Telco CDNs -- and their customers and partners -- to optimize the performance of their digital media assets.
New features include:
- A completely redesigned interface that is faster and more responsive
- Ad hoc reporting that allows users to combine data elements and create customized reports on demand
- Real-time reporting; actionable insight less than five minutes after events are logged
- RESTful APIs that enable customers to combine Skytide's valuable data with external data sources or their own custom applications
- More granular, flexible permission controls that allow administrators to manage access by user and by data element
- Measurement of hit rate (requests per second) to strengthen capacity planning capabilities
"When we set out to create version 3.0 of Skytide Insight for CDNs, we started by talking with our customers, who include some of the world's largest service providers," said Skytide CEO, Michael O'Donnell. "They clearly expressed a desire for real-time access to their analytics data and the ability to customize reports on demand, all within a responsive, easy to use interface. We listened and that's what version 3.0 delivers."
Skytide, the leader in Online Video Management Analytics, provides content delivery providers and digital media companies with the most complete operational view of their streaming video businesses, delivering the information necessary to make better-informed business decisions. Only Skytide's software-as-a-service and on-premise solutions can process massive amounts of data from disparate sources and turn it into detailed reports in real time. Skytide is venture-backed and works with leading digital media and technology companies including: British Telecom, Broadpeak, Cisco, Ericsson, Juniper Networks, Tata Sky, Telecom Argentina, Telecom Italia, and Telstra.