Adobe® Media Server (AMS) on Amazon Web Services is a pre-configured instance of Adobe Media Server Extended running on hardware in the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). Use Adobe Media Server on Amazon Web Services to stream live and on-demand media to Adobe® Flash® Player and Adobe® AIR®.

Note:

The latest AMS version available on AWS is AMS 5.0.6.

To get started, complete the tasks in Create an account. Then complete the Tutorials: on-demand and live streaming to start streaming media.

To watch a video of an Amazon Web Services Evangelist explaining how to create an account and connect to the server, see Using the AWS Management Console with Amazon EC2.

Create an Amazon Web Services account and order Adobe Media Server

  1. Sign up for an Amazon Web Services (AWS) account at https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/.

  2. Search for an Adobe Media Server AMI on marketplace.

    AMS page on AWS Marketplace
  3. To order Adobe Media Server for Amazon Web Services with your AWS account, go to www.adobe.com/go/learn_fms_aws_order_en.

  4. Read the pricing terms and click Place your order.

    There is a $5.00 monthly subscription fee. This fee allows you to run an unlimited number of Adobe Media Server instances. In addition to the monthly subscription fee, there is a fee for hourly usage and a fee for data transfer.

    Note:

    Read the product license agreement at adobe.com/products/eulas/.

From an expert: Introduction to Adobe Media Server on Amazon Web Services Marketplace

From an expert: Introduction to Adobe Media Server on Amazon Web Services Marketplace
How to create an account on Amazon Web Services and launch an instance of Adobe Media Server to playback on OSMF player.
Jorma Jennings

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