Best Practices for End-to-End Workflow Monitoring

(DRAFT) Best Practices for End-to-End Workflow Monitoring

DRAFT Document Details

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Version

1.0

Estimated Publication Date

Q2, 2020

Working Group Chairs

Chris Hock (Adobe)
Mourad Kioumgi (Sky)

Project Leads

Christopher Kulbakas (SSIMWAVE)
Brenton Ough (Touchstream)

Contributors will be added upon ratification and publication of this document.

Document Description

As the video streaming industry continues to mature, QoE expectations continue to rise in importance both as a value proposition to the consumer as well as a differentiator between competing video streaming services. Yet, consistent, systematic, standardized, objectively measured, and business-rules-driven QoE assurance continues to be an elusive goal. This document outlines factors that impact consumer QoE, sheds light on some of the underlying challenges to diagnosing QoE impact and provides a set of best practices for end-to-end QoE monitoring in video streaming workflows.
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