MistServer is a low-footprint, high-performance streaming media server. As a streaming media server, its main function is to "stream" media in various output protocols as opposed to simply offering files. This delivery method ensures a good viewing experience, while saving on bandwidth costs. The below sections explain in further detail what the full technical specifications of MistServer are and what you can expect from it.
We've started the Research Initiative to measure how current media servers are performing and if they're ready for future demands. The Research Initiative is something we do purely out of our own interest, we'll publish the results openly and are happy to talk about them. If any one wants to add to our papers you're welcome to contact us.
|Research Paper Q2 2016||Load balancing comparison between state of the art and MistServer|
|White Paper Q2 2014||Burst handling is examined per media server|
|White Paper Q1 2014||The performance of MistServer 2.0 shown and why we've started the Research Initiative|
|White paper Q3 2013||The roots of MistServer, our first ideology and starting point|
Example of MistServer statistics
Below you can find a simple example of the statistics possible with MistServer. Feel free to look at the graphs however you want.
|CPU||8 core Intel Xeon E5-2630 v3 @ 2.40 GHz|