Administration

Configure Amazon AI on Hub

Once you have configured Hub in Zoom and installed your Hub Server, you can add Amazon settings to it. Start the Hub Server where you want to run AI jobs. On this Hub Server, open the conf folder inside the Hub installation directory. Inside the conf folder, locate ai-spec.xml. ai-spec.xml will be created automatically on …

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Getting started with AI

Zoom 7.5 comes with the capability to integrate with Artificial Intelligence (AI) providers to analyze files and media in Zoom, store the results from AI, make the results searchable, and display the results in an innovative UI. Data from AI engines can also be used to automatically run tasks based on certain triggers. You can …

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AI Settings

We need to enable AI in Zoom before beginning to configure it. Follow these steps to enable AI for the first time or to update the AI Settings later: Open the Web Management Console for your Zoom Server. ex. http://localhost:8443 or http://<zoomserver>:8443 Log in using your admin credentials. In the Admin Menu sidebar, click Server Control Panel under the System node. Click AI …

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Configure Veritone AI on Hub

Once you have configured Hub in Zoom and installed your Hub Server, you can add Veritone settings to it. Start the Hub Server where you want to run AI jobs. On this Hub Server, open the conf folder inside the Hub installation directory. Inside the conf folder, locate ai-spec.xml. ai-spec.xml will be created automatically on …

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Configure Veritone AI in Zoom

After setting up the Hub Server and configuring Veritone settings on it, we also need to configure detailed Veritone AI parameters in Zoom using the Web Management Console. We need to set Veritone as the AI Provider, provide configurations for AI engines, and then map AI rules to AI engines. Follow these steps: AI Providers …

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Hub logs

The Hub writes its events to a log file ejh_server.log. This file is saved in the logs folder inside your Hub installation directory. Apart from ejh_server.log, wrapper.log is another log file present in the logs directory. The wrapper.log file logs any errors that were not logged in the Hub logs, including logs generated when the …

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Managing Hubs in Zoom

The Hub Server handles archive/restore processes for Zoom version 7.3 onwards when configured as part of a Hierarchical Archive system on Zoom. It needs to be configured on Zoom first and also installed on a server machine later. The Hub Server’s configuration can be managed through Zoom’s Web Management Console. This guide will cover: Hub …

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Hierarchical Archive Settings

While enabling Hierarchical Archive we need to also enable Basic Archive on Zoom, if it is not already done. Follow these steps to enable Hierarchical Archive after setting up basic archive: Open the Web Management Console for your Zoom Server. ex. http://localhost:8443 or http://<zoomserver>:8443 Log in using your admin credentials. In the Admin Menu sidebar, click Server Control Panel under the System node. …

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Hub Configuration in Zoom

Zoom stores Hub configuration settings to connect with a Hub Server. These configuration values should be added to Zoom before installing the Hub Server. If these Hub configuration values in Zoom are updated after installing and starting the Hub Server, then restart the Hub after you have finished updating these values.   Log in to the …

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Checking Archive license

Archiving is an optional feature that is available with an appropriate license. You can check your license information in Zoom’s Web Management Console. To check the license information, log on to your Web Management Console, for example, http://MyZoomServer:8443/ Open the License Management node under the System node in the Admin Menu sidebar. Click License Information …

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Basic Archive Settings

When the Archive Module is included as a part of the Zoom license, Zoom can be set up to archive assets to a single designated archive location using its internal Basic Archive Module. This folder location must exist on the Zoom MAM server in order for the configuration to work. Enable and set up the …

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Setting up Auto-Retirement Policy

A new feature for Auto-Retirement has been introduced from Zoom 7.3 onwards, which allows Zoom admins to set up rules to determine which assets are automatically retired. This post outlines how the feature works and then shows how to configure it on your Zoom setup. Auto-retirement offers a mechanism by which assets can be identified …

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Auto-Retirement FAQs

Rule without path restrictions What if I define a rule without restricting it to a certain Zoom path?  If a rule has no path defined, then the rule implicitly applies to all the assets in the repository. While it may have been your intention to define an umbrella policy for all your assets, please make …

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Hierarchical Archive and the Job Hub

Data Lifecycle Management in Zoom From 7.3 onwards, Zoom offers a more sophisticated data lifecycle management (DLM) experience. On the data ingestion side, the more tightly integrated VideoFX and VideoLX modules have become much easier to set up as well as pack more powerful new features like support for image sequences, etc. Post ingestion, the …

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