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.
Each September, thousands of people involved in the content creation, management and delivery of entertainment flock to Amsterdam for IBC, Europe’s largest broadcast show.
At IBC, Adobe is showcasing video solution innovations that help improve content to creation delivery workflows. We just announced:
To find out more about Adobe’s video solutions and learn why our solutions are relied on by some of the biggest names in broadcasting and media please visit, http://www.adobe.com/solutions/broadcast/overview.html
If you’re interested in learning more about the Flash Media Server 4 family, we’re hosting a live event from IBC, which will highlight the new products, and how these solutions can improve network efficiencies and provide publishers real cost savings. If you’re at IBC, drop by Hall 7 Stand H23 or watch online live, tomorrow Friday, September 10 at 9:30AM PT / 6:30PM CEST http://bit.ly/asuonp. You can also learn more about Flash Media Server 4 at http://www.adobe.com/go/fms