AWS Elemental MediaLive
User Guide

Setting Up the Downstream System for an HLS Output

In your downstream system, set up two inputs.

Downstream System Setup

A CDN that uses HTTP (or HTTPS) PUT

Set up the CDN so that the CDN expects MediaLive output at two inputs. Make a note of the input addresses, and of the input user name and input password, if applicable.
A CDN that uses HTTP or HTTPS WebDAV
An Akamai CDN (this always uses HTTP or HTTPS)
AWS Elemental MediaPackage, serving as an origin server that a CDN such as Amazon CloudFront can pull from

Create one AWS Elemental MediaPackage channel. See Creating a Channel in the AWS Elemental MediaPackage User Guide.

Then view the details of the MediaPackage channel. See Viewing Channel Details in the AWS Elemental MediaPackage User Guide. Make a note of the two input URLs, the input user names, and the input passwords.

An AWS Elemental MediaStore container, serving as an origin server that a CDN such as Amazon CloudFront can pull from

Create two containers. Make a note of the full paths of the containers and the data plane values of the containers.
An Amazon S3 bucket, serving as an origin server that a CDN such as Amazon CloudFront can pull from

Create two buckets. Make a note of the full paths of the buckets.