Host Your Own: Kaltura Launches Commercial Release of Self-Hosting Platform

If you want to keep your videos locked down behind your own firewall, take a look at the just-launched second version of Kaltura’s Self-Hosted Online Video Platform, now commercially available. It’s meant to let large publishers, enterprises, universities, and others to create their own custom video solutions and even resell video services to their customers.

Kaltura’s self-hosted platform runs on your own servers. You can choose either the Enterprise license, for organizations that need an online video platform for their own videos, or an OEM license, for organizations that want to run multiple sites and resell online video platform services.

“While we provide our hosted video platform to tens of thousands of sites, a large and growing number of publishers, enterprises, and service providers are looking to customize their own integrated video functionalities and deliver them from their own data center or cloud.  For them Kaltura is the only solution available today,” says Ron Yekutiel, Kaltura chairman & CEO. “Our open source offering presents a highly attractive alternative to both ‘build’ and ‘buy’.”


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