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How to create an animation production pipeline with Flaneer on AWS?

How to create an animation production pipeline with Flaneer on AWS?

Blog Authors: Jean-Régis De Vauplane and Martin Muller – Flaneer, Youcef Banchene and Hossam Basudan – AWS Animation has boomed in recent years and it’s now present in nearly every film or television show. The increase in popularity is caused by animation’s ability to storytell and hold an audience’s attention. Although, crafting animations isn’t a […]

Deploy Game Servers with Amazon GameLift FleetIQ and Integrate with Custom Routing AWS Global Accelerator

Deploy Game Servers with Amazon GameLift FleetIQ and Integrate with Custom Routing AWS Global Accelerator

In a session based game, users from all over the world try to access the session over the internet. In these scenarios, building a game is always challenging. For developers who want a managed solution, Amazon GameLift is a dedicated game server hosting solution that deploys, operates, and scales cloud servers for multiplayer games. GameLift hosting […]

Epic Games transforms gaming—and other industries—by innovating on AWS

Epic Games transforms gaming—and other industries—by innovating on AWS

Epic Games (Epic) went all in on Amazon Web Services (AWS) in 2018 to deliver the storage, analytics, and scaling capabilities critical to its business, which had exploded with the release of Fortnite—an online game that’s seen over 15.3 million concurrent players during live events. Fortnite runs almost entirely on AWS, including its worldwide game-server […]

AWS GameKit adds Unity Support

AWS GameKit adds Unity Support

We are excited to announce AWS GameKit is now available for the Unity game engine. AWS GameKit is a solution that allows game developers to deploy and customize game backend features directly from a game engine. AWS GameKit launched for Unreal engine on March 23, 2022, and with today’s release for Unity, game developers can […]

Optimize game servers hosting with containers

Optimize game servers hosting with containers

Game developers look for ways to improve online multiplayer experience while balancing availability and cost effectiveness. Containers and Kubernetes help modernize game server hosting running on virtual or bare metal machines to improve compute allocation density, optimize data-transfer cost and maintain high performance. Our containerization approach includes the game-server lifecycle, such as packaging game binaries […]

Building Games on AWS: Security – New YouTube Video Series Launch

Building Games on AWS: Security – New YouTube Video Series Launch

AWS for Games is excited to announce “Building Games on AWS: Security” – a new YouTube series pioneered by AWS security specialists, solutions architects, and AWS Professional Services consultants. Building Games on AWS is a collection of YouTube videos that teach game developers how to use AWS for games. To learn more, check out this […]

Open 3D Engine (O3DE)

AWS for Games latest contribution to the Open 3D Engine (O3DE)

We are excited to announce our contributions to the Open 3D Foundation’s (O3DF) latest release of the Open 3D Engine (O3DE). O3DE, an Apache 2.0-licensed open source project, is an engine for real-time 3D development that provides developers with a modular foundation for building games and 3D simulations across a variety of applications like robotics, […]