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cloud services platform (CSP)

A Content Services Platform (CSP) is cloud-based software that enables users to create, share, and store text, audio, and video. As a cloud-based solution, content services are delivered as Software as a Service

(SaaS). Content services platforms are defined by their services and microservices

andcan be installed either as a product suite or as separate applications with common programming interfaces and repositories. The content services platform (CSP) has evolved from enterprise content management (ECM) in that applications have increasingly shifted from proprietary, monolithicsystems to modular, open-source services. Corresponding services can be purchased on an as-needed basis and managed through a cloud service provider

's (CSP) servicelevel agreements

(SLAs). Through the cloud services platform, organizations can manage a wide variety of structured and unstructured information, media, and content. Data can be stored once and then linked through the APIs so that different servers do not store the same content. The CSP platform forms the sole repository for the data sets. Furthermore, previous versions of the datasets can be accessed. Multimedia objects can be managed with their metadata, edited and made available to authorized users. The functionality includes content search and object recognition, and further functions can be added at any time.

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Updated at: 06.11.2020
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