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AWS for M&E Video Tutorials: Monitoring and Key Metrics for Amazon Interactive Video Service

AWS for Media & Entertainment Video Tutorials are a series of short videos that cover best practices and actionable tips to build media workflows on AWS. In these on-demand videos, AWS media and entertainment experts answer common questions from customers and offer valuable insight about how to architect, deploy, and optimize your media workflows.

In this video tutorial, Christer Whitehorn, Lead Solution Architect at AWS, explains how after setting up a live video stream using Amazon Interactive Video Service (Amazon IVS), you can monitor it in real time. Gathering information, including the number of concurrent viewers, live delivered time, and live input time, is important from an operational perspective to monitor live streaming usage and changes in stream state. Christer also shows you how to set up dashboards that focus on key metrics and notifications of stream health and service limits.

AWS offers the most purpose-built services for direct-to-consumer (D2C) and streaming to help companies reliably deliver, monetize, and support live and on-demand media over the internet, and bring unparalleled experiences to screens everywhere. Explore https://aws.amazon.com/media/direct-to-consumer-d2c-streaming/ to learn more.

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