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Flash Media Server on Amazon Web Services with CloudFront CDN
Show: MAX 2011 Develop
Join experts from Adobe and the Amazon Web Services team to discover how to leverage the power of Amazon Web Services (AWS) running Adobe Flash Media Server on AWS. Flash Media Server on AWS can be used for high- or low-volume media streaming and social applications such as video chat or multiplayer games. Learn how to configure the Flash Media Server AMI for HTTP video streaming and connect to the Amazon CloudFront CDN. Hear about the options available, tips and tricks from the experts, and new features and functions that will be available later in 2011.
Secure Enterprise Video Streaming with Flash Media Server and P2P
Show: MAX 2010 Develop
Learn how to deploy a robust video delivery service within your enterprise that will ensure high quality of service, minimal network usage, and strategic deployment methods that keep your servers safe for both internal and external delivery. Deploying a service structure that meets the demands for higher quality and more usage that doesn't bring down your network will be the focus of this session. Step though deployment and configuration strategies for unicast, HTTP, multicast, and P2P with Adobe engineering's tips on hardening, configuring, and monitoring Adobe Flash Media Servers within your network.
You may have seen intelligent video players that can throttle video streams based on your network speeds. Can web application servers send the right amount of data and at speeds based on the client requesting it—not more and not less? Explore this new capability in LiveCycle Data Services that enables automatic data throttling.
Advanced Video Streaming & Mgmt Techs with Flex & Flash
Show: 360|Flex Conference
Join David Hassoun as he takes a deeper dive into the capabilities and how-to for some of the more advanced audio/video streaming capabilities available with the Flash Media Server and how to integrate them with Flex.