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Developer Guide (API Version 2016-09-07)

Subscribing to Adobe Media Server

Perform the following procedure to subscribe to Adobe Media Server for Amazon Web Services through AWS Marketplace.

Important

You can subscribe an AWS account to Adobe Media Server only once. If your AWS account already has an Adobe Media Server subscription, use that subscription to configure live streaming.

Adobe Media Server has a $5.00 monthly subscription fee, which includes an unlimited number of Adobe Media Server instances. In addition to the monthly subscription fee, you pay a fee for hourly usage and a fee for data transfer. You can view a detailed price list as part of the following procedure.

Note

In an earlier version of this tutorial, you subscribed to Adobe Media Server using Amazon DevPay instead of AWS Marketplace. If you're currently running Adobe Media Server and you subscribed using Amazon DevPay, go to the Adobe Media Server on Amazon Web Services page and cancel your Amazon DevPay subscription to Adobe Media Server. Otherwise, you'll continue to be billed $5 per month for the old subscription through Amazon DevPay, and you'll be billed an additional $5 per month for the new subscription through AWS Marketplace.

To order Adobe Media Server 5 for Amazon Web Services

  1. Go to the Adobe Media Server 5 Extended page on the AWS Marketplace website.

  2. Review product information and click Continue.

  3. On the Launch on EC2: Adobe Media Server 5 Extended page, click the Manual Launch with EC2 Console, APIs or CLI tab.

  4. In the Pricing Details section, select the region in which to create an Amazon EC2 instance for live streaming. Review the corresponding pricing information.

    Important

    Don't use the buttons on this page to launch Adobe Media Server. In the next procedure, you create an AWS CloudFormation stack that launches an Amazon EC2 instance and installs Adobe Media Server.

  5. Click Accept Terms to sign up for a monthly subscription.

Next: Creating an AWS CloudFormation Stack for Live Streaming