We believe it's not what you say, but what you do. That's why we're proud to display a few of our projects.
This is THE project of Nonstop. We've been working with Viddler since the very beginning of their path - mid 2006. A start-up like many others at first, Viddler has became a well known site on the video sharing market in the US, serving millions of streams weekly both onsite, and through extensive network of embedded players and business services partners.
Nonstop's role in the success is integral - we've designd and developed the architecture, backend systems and flash pieces, and we continue scaling and enhancing the service day by day.
Working together with an amazing and dedicated US team, Nonstop is part of the Viddlersuccess story: a start-up that is lucky enough to have grown up and become a mature service, a service of choice for tens of thousands of users, and hundreds of large and small businesses around the world. We're happy to be part of it.
Encoding: multiple encoding nodes using Amazon EC2, enhanced with automatic scaling, load balancing and prioritization system, capable of encooding videos in multiple formats
Content delivery: progressive, through multiple CDNs, including Limelight and Edgecast; also supporting Castfire as the source of the videos
Storage: Amazon S3 service
Scalability: fully automated, and pretty much unlimited, thanks to the modular architecture of the platform and robust usage of Amazon EC2 and S3 services
Technology: Java running on Tomcat, AS2, Wowza, MySQL
API: partners can access Viddler's features via a robust API; wrappers available for all popular technologies
Scale, as of Jan 2009: 7 mln unique visitors globally, 1.2 mln unique visitors on site, 11 mln streams delivered and 33.2m minutes of video watched monthly.
"The Nonstop team is just that, non-stop. They are an amazing group of dedicated, hard working designers & developers, who have been there for Viddler from the beginning - whenever we called on them. To put it simple: we are very appreciative and grateful."