The Datazoom Datatecture for streaming video

A deep look into the data ecosystem of streaming video

The Datazoom Datatecture

The Datazoom Datatecture is a hierarchical look at the data ecosystem of the streaming video technology stack. These are the vendors that provide services as part of a streaming video architecture and, as such, throw off data that can be used for troubleshooting and improving the viewer experience.

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Read about the different levels of the datatecture and how they all fit together to create the data fabric of streaming video.

Breaking down the Datazoom Datatecture for

Streaming Video


This portion of the datatecture represents companies who offer services and technologies that are fundamental to streaming activities such as IaaS, compute resources, databases, and storage.


This portion of the datatecture represents companies who largely provide services to collect, analyze, and visualize data from within the streaming technology stack and user engagement with the content.


This portion of the datatecture represents companies and technologies that are core to the very business of streaming encompassing everything from encoding and content transformation to delivery and monetization.

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Peer-to-Peer (P2P)

Peer-to-Peer is a unique method for delivering content which relies on peers to provide content segments, rather than centralized caches such as employed by a CDN. The companies represented in this group of the datatecture either offer Peer-to-Peer streaming services or technologies that other provides, such as a commercial CDN, can offer to their customers.


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