Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery network (CDN) that speeds up delivery of content to users. The origin of content can be, for example, an HTTP web server or an S3 bucket configured as a website endpoint.

If you use an S3 bucket configured as a website endpoint, you do not need to configure and maintain an HTTP web server, but you have less control over HTTP headers that are sent from your S3 origin to CloudFront cache, and, hence, also to users.

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The Amazon Kinesis Video Streams service makes it easy to securely stream video from different devices to the AWS Cloud for real-time video processing, machine learning (ML), analytics, playback and storage.

In this blog post you will learn how to build a Docker image containing the GStreamer multimedia framework and the Amazon Kinesis Video GStreamer plugin (kvssink).

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The Amazon Kinesis Video Streams service makes it easy to securely stream video from different devices to the AWS Cloud for real-time video processing, machine learning (ML), analytics, playback and storage.

Using the Kinesis Video Streams Producer Library for C++, Java or Android you can integrate a wide range of devices with Kinesis Video Streams.

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This blog post provides up-to-date information about the hardware and software profiles of the AWS Lambda execution environment:

  • CPU, memory, disk size, and the execution duration
  • OS version, Linux kernel version, timezone, runtime versions, AWS SDK versions, environment variables, resource limits, and the list of RPM packages

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Customer feedback is very important for running a successful business. In most cases, customers do not spend time for opening an email client and sending a message to the contact email address. That is why, most websites offer some type of “Contact Us” or “Feedback” form.

Static websites do not run any server-side code. In this case, you need to use an external service to allow submission of customer feedback on your website.

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