Archive for January, 2011

Flash Media Server 4 Whitepaper now available

I’m happy to announce the new Flash Media Server 4 white paper, now available from


This whitepaper is your best tool to learn and understand all the new functionality available, including full details on Flash Media Server on Amazon Web Services. Learn quickly about the key differences between the versions, the protocols supported, Flash Player functionality. Key technologies discussed in the white paper include HTTP Dynamic Streaming, Multicast, Multicast Fusion, Peer Assisted Networking.

The paper also reviews video streaming options, and provides information on all the Adobe technologies that support video delivery.



Webinar: Flash Media Server on Amazon Web Services

On Tuesday, January 18th you are invited to join a free webinar discussion of Flash Media Server on Amazon Web Services sponsored by the Flash Media Server Users group.

Join me as I reviews and demo Flash Media Enterprise Server 4 running on Amazon Web Services, Adobe’s newest deployment option that makes it easy to access new Peer to Peer functionality and much more. You’ll learn how to deploy your FMS applications quickly and affordably on Amazon Web Services and access the power of new features including major enhancements to playback experience, and quality of service, and support for F4F packaging for HTTP streaming.

If you’re looking to include the FMS platform in your business, and are curious about the opportunities with Amazon Web Services, or just want to get the most out of your investment in Adobe Flash Media Server technology, this session is one you don’t want to miss.

The meeting times are as follows:

9:00am (Pacific Time)

10:00am (Mountain Time)

11:00am (Central Time)

12:00pm (Eastern Time)

5:00pm (UK – England)

10:30pm (India – Mumbai)

To Access the free webinar, you must either be a member of or join the Flash Media Server users group: