[Deploying Sakai] Video Streaming in Sakai

Josh Holtzman jholtzman at berkeley.edu
Thu Oct 29 12:14:21 PDT 2009

In the case of streaming servers: red5 can be run in tomcat as a war, and
you can deploy your own streaming "applications" to work with red5.  You
should be able to put the sakai request filter in front of your streaming
app, and tie it into the rest of sakai, thus enforcing ACLs on streaming
content.  Whether this kind of deployment is a good idea or not -- streaming
servers typically have a pretty heavy memory and CPU footprint -- is another

I'm just starting to work with red5, so that's the extent of my "expertise".


On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 11:05 AM, Casey Dunn <caseyd.stan at gmail.com> wrote:

> One thing I've been pondering about this integration is how Sakai ACLs
> are enforced on the alternate backend.
> - casey
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