Posted by: asmitty | April 17, 2009

ContentBlogger: Silicon Valley Journal: Sonoa Builds the Enterprise-Class Content Policy Cloud – Shore Communications Inc. – Commentary – Weblogs

I found this fascinating quote today:

Sonoa Systems capabilities can be delivered via its own networking cloud as well as via a client’s own networking. In other words, the policies for accessing content can be built right into a highly efficient cloud networking infrastructure, making administration highly cost-efficient and execution of service-level agreements with content licensees very efficient. I think of these capabilities as a “content policy cloud” – in other words, Sonoa technologies help to build into network infrastructure the implementation of agreeements between a publisher and an enterprise partner or client and makes it easy to enforce and monitor those access and service agreements. Unlike typical networking infrastructure, Sonoa’s technology does this for individual content services and objects. This aligns perfectly with where many enterprise and media publishers are taking their business models – towards agreements in which their content gets integrated any number of ways into their clients’ platforms. Instead of turning that embeddable content loose in the client’s cloud and losing track of it, Sonoa enables complex deployments in client platforms to be monitored clearly at most any scale.ContentBlogger: Silicon Valley Journal: Sonoa Builds the Enterprise-Class Content Policy Cloud – Shore Communications Inc. – Commentary – Weblogs, Apr 2009

You should read the whole article.

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