Wasabi has been validated for use with Telestream's DIVA. DIVA software makes it easy for your organization to manage all your digital content across all of your broadcast, production and archive operations, and across multiple locations. To learn more about the Telestream DIVA + Wasabi solution, please refer to our joint solution brief. To use this product with Wasabi, please follow the instructions outlined below.
Table of Contents
- DIVA Core v7.7 and later installed
- Cloud Connection license
- An active Wasabi account
Two buckets should be created in the Wasabi account:
The bucket for the metadata needs to be named in a specific way. It should follow the name of the bucket for the data, and include the suffix "-metadata". For example:
- Bucket 1 - Will Store the Data
- Bucket 2 - Will Store the Metadata
- Bucket 1 - "diva-wasabi-test"
- Bucket 2 - "diva-wasabi-test-metadata"
1. Launch the DIVA Config utility and connect to the Core Database.
2. Navigate to the "Disks" tab.
3. In the "Object Storage Accounts" section, click on the "+" sign, to add a new storage account.
4. In the "Add new row in Object Storage Accounts" dialog box, input the following details and click "OK".
- Type - Select S3 from the dropdown menu
- Account Name - provide a name for the storage account
- Access Key
- Secret Key
- URL - endpoint URL of the Wasabi region in which your bucket is located
- Protocol - s3
- Region - Wasabi region being used
- Vendor - Select Amazon from the dropdown menu
Note: This config example discusses the use of Wasabi's us-east-1 storage region. To use other Wasabi storage regions, please use the appropriate Wasabi service URL as described in our Wasabi Service URLs article
Note: DIVA application REQUIRES service endpoint to be prepended with transport definition (https).
5. The new storage account is displayed in the Object Storage Accounts section.
6. In the "Arrays" section, click on the "+" sign to add an array for the storage account created earlier.
7. In the "Add new row in Arrays" dialog box, input the following details and click "OK".
- Array Name
- Format - Select "AXF_RF_1.1" from the dropdown menu
- Object Path Prefix - Select "NAME_AND_CATEGORY" from the dropdown menu
- Storage Location - Select "S3" from the dropdown menu
- Storage Class - Select "Standard" from the dropdown menu
- Storage Options - Specify the bucket to use by adding the parameters "-bucket-name=diva-wasabi-test"
8. The new array is displayed in the Arrays section.
9. In the Disks section, click on the + sign to add a new Disk for the Wasabitest-array.
10. In the "Add new row in Disks" dialog, provide a Disk Name, select the Array created in Step 7 and click "OK".
11. The new disk is displayed in the Disks tab.
12. In the "Actor-Disk Connections" tab, click on the "+" sign to add a new connection.
13. In the "Add new row in Actor-Disk Connections" dialog box, select the following options and click "OK".
- Disk - select the disk created in the earlier step
- Actor - select the actor you would like to use
- Interface - select s3 from the dropdown menu
- Mount Point - select the Object Storage account created in Steps 3 - 4
- Access - select Read/Write
- Used for - select STORAGE_ONLY
14. The new connection is displayed in the Actor-Disk Connections section.
15. Next, click on Notification -> Notify Manager to save the changes.
16. To create a request, launch the DIVA Control GUI.
17. Navigate to the Actions tab and click on Archive.
18. In the "Send Archive request" dialog box, input the required details. Under Media, select the Wasabitest-array created earlier and click "Send".
19. To monitor the progress of the request, navigate to the "Home" tab and click on "Manager".
For more information regarding DIVA configuration, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.