I understand how to upload files to the media web part and creating an asset library, however; i'm trying to figure out where these files are being stored and the performance of the users. I read the digital asset management library information on
technet and couldn't find the exact answer i'm looking for.
So, here's my question: If I want to upload 10 videos to the asset library, they each may have around 50mb or less for the file size, and we want 200 plus users to access it, will this affect the performance of when these users hit the site?
We want to display the video's without having to buy a media server. And the main question that will be asked is, who will host the content? And, where is it residing? My guess is that tt will be hosted in SP 2010.
I'm trying to incorporate a new intranet portal site for my company that will have a video to be played on the home page of the intranet site and the links will be located on the left and right side of the page with the video webpart in the center.
Will using the Blob cache and bit throttling be sufficient for this request? I think it will be, I just want to make sure before we role this out. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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