Scripps develops content for television and the internet, in which on-air programming is complemented with broadband video, social media areas and e-commerce components on companion websites.
To manage this network of media content, Scripps created an SOA infrastructure based on Mule that incorporates and orchestrates services that perform business functions such as ingesting media, registering and indexing assets, retrieving stored assets and program scheduling.
Ross Mason, CTO and co-founder of MuleSource, said: Mule allows customers like Scripps Networks to build a modular and flexible SOA infrastructure even where the business logic might reside in legacy systems and third-party applications. Our open and lightweight architecture coupled with MuleSource’s monitoring and management tools allow customers to scale easily without the high cost and vendor lock-in of proprietary products.
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