Wowza Media Systems™ provides Amazon Linux and Windows AMIs with preconfigured and tuned versions of the Wowza Streaming Engine media server software that are ready to start using the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Management Console. The Wowza Streaming Engine AMIs have three applications: live, vod, and vods3. By default, the vods3 application is configured with S3 authorization turned off. This means that all content must be publicly available. To stream non-publicly available content, modify the Media Cache configuration in Wowza Streaming Engine Manager:
- Enter the following URL in a web browser to connect to Wowza Streaming Engine Manager:
Replace [public-domain-name] with the Public DNS value for the instance. For more information, see Get the instance public DNS and ID. (The steps are the same for Windows and Linux instances.)
- Sign with the user name wowza and a password. The password is the Instance ID.
- In Wowza Streaming Engine Manager, click the Server tab at the top of the page, and then click Media Cache in the contents pane.
- On the Media Cache page, on the Sources tab, and click the Edit (pencil) icon for amazons3 source.
- Enter your AWS Access Key ID and AWS Secret Access Key, and then click Save.
You can now re-stream protected content using the vods3 application.