Adobe and Amazon Web Services today announced that Flash Media Server 4 is now available on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), part of Amazon Web Services. Now small to mid-size publishers, social media developers, large scale enterprise deployments or customers creating one-time events can utilize the full functionality of Adobe Flash Media Enterprise Server 4 on a pay-as-you-go model that is scalable and based on user demand with Amazon Web Services. Read more about today’s news on Kevin Towes’ blog.
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Today, Adobe brings its LiveCycle Enterprise Suite (ES) to the cloud, providing a hosted option for customers to quickly deploy key projects that drive innovation and help prioritize IT investments.
The new LiveCycle Managed Services is a subscription-based service that leverages the power and security of the Amazon EC2 platform. A key component of the offering is the Adobe Network Operations Center, a team of Adobe service professionals that work behind the scenes to manage and monitor operations – taking the burden off a company’s internal IT resources.
Watch Paul McNamara, EIR, Cloud Computing, walk through what LiveCycle Managed Services offers on AdobeTV.
To learn more about Adobe LiveCycle Managed Services ES2, visit http://www.adobe.com/products/livecycle/cloud/