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Interface StreamingImage

Represents a streaming image resource.

Streaming images are used by studio users to select which operating system and software they want to use in a Nimble Studio streaming session.

Amazon provides a number of streaming images that include popular 3rd-party software.

You can create your own streaming images using an Amazon EC2 machine image that you create for this purpose. You can also include software that your users require.


  • StreamingImage



Optional arn

arn: undefined | string

The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) that is assigned to a studio resource and uniquely identifies it. ARNs are unique across all Regions.

Optional description

description: undefined | string

A human-readable description of the streaming image.

Optional ec2ImageId

ec2ImageId: undefined | string

The ID of an EC2 machine image with which to create the streaming image.

Optional encryptionConfiguration

encryptionConfiguration: StreamingImageEncryptionConfiguration

The encryption configuration.

Optional eulaIds

eulaIds: string[]

The list of EULAs that must be accepted before a Streaming Session can be started using this streaming image.

Optional name

name: undefined | string

A friendly name for a streaming image resource.

Optional owner

owner: undefined | string

The owner of the streaming image, either the studioId that contains the streaming image, or amazon for images that are provided by Amazon Nimble Studio.

Optional platform

platform: undefined | string

The platform of the streaming image, either Windows or Linux.

Optional state

state: StreamingImageState | string

The current state.

Optional statusCode

statusCode: StreamingImageStatusCode | string

The status code.

Optional statusMessage

statusMessage: undefined | string

The status message for the streaming image.

Optional streamingImageId

streamingImageId: undefined | string

The ID of the streaming image.

Optional tags

tags: Record<string, string>

A collection of labels, in the form of key-value pairs, that apply to this resource.