In this article published by Teradici in July, you’ll learn how Teradici and Qumulo Studio Q on AWS simplify the deployment, management, and scaling of Adobe creative applications for today’s globally distributed creatives working anywhere and everywhere.

Just a few weeks ago, Qumulo announced a new, dynamic post-production platform enabling global creatives to work anywhere, collaborate in real time, and automate Adobe Creative Cloud applications and workflows.

The Qumulo Studio Q on AWS QuickStart solution combines automation to deploy GPU-enabled EC2 workstations running Teradici CAS with PCoIP®, with the Qumulo Cloud Q File Data Platform. Teradici and Qumulo Studio Q simplify the deployment, management, and scaling of Adobe creative applications for today’s globally distributed creatives working anywhere and everywhere.

Quick, Simple & Secure – What is Studio Q on AWS and How Does It Work?

In partnership with AWS, Qumulo developed the Studio Q Quick Start, an AWS CloudFormation Template that simplifies and automates the entire deployment process for Adobe Creative Cloud applications in the cloud. With pre-configured EC2 instances built into the Studio Q Quick Start, deployment and configuration of cloud infrastructure and content creation workstations is radically simplified, letting customers set up their workflows without hassle.

Studio Q includes Teradici CAS and the PCoIP® virtual workstation and remoting protocol, along with Qumulo’s File Data Platform and AWS cloud services. The platform is purpose-built to reduce latency, increase performance, and reduce security risk for Adobe Creative Cloud applications.

Another fantastic aspect of this solution? Studio Q on AWS supports customers in any phase of the cloud journey with native hybrid cloud capabilities, and Teradici’s flexible licensing model allows customers to easily launch workstations in AWS’ cloud and migrate from on-premises infrastructure with no additional cost or overhead.

Qumulo’s radically simple approach to file data management allows creative companies to focus on growing their business, not managing complicated, inflexible storage infrastructure.  With Qumulo, collaborative content creation workflows can seamlessly scale from a handful of user workstations to dozens or hundreds of user workstations running either on-prem or in the cloud.

With Teradici and Qumulo Studio Q, you only pay for the workstations and infrastructure you need, when and where you need it.

Why It Matters

Remote and hybrid work has quickly become the norm in media and entertainment, VFX, broadcast, game development, and many other creative industries. It’s absolutely crucial for creatives to have a secure, high-performance remote workstation solution that delivers a fully lossless, color accurate experience with low latency. Teradici CAS with PCoIP enables exactly that, while Qumulo’s hybrid file data capabilities make it possible for creatives to collaborate anywhere and access any type of file in a rapid, secure fashion.

For studios and companies seeking to attract, employ and retain the best global creative talent working with Adobe applications, Studio Q on AWS provides a turnkey, hybrid, scalable and flexible solution with an ideal user experience for the most demanding users.  Studio Q simplifies all aspects of infrastructure, end user computing and data management for creative applications.

Where to Get Started

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Discover how to give your creative teams easy access to high-powered editing workstations and the flexibility to collaborate from anywhere.

Watch the webinar: AWS and Qumulo Introduce Studio Q  
Give Your Creative Teams a Quick Start with Studio Q on AWS
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