Created Wowza 3.6.2.04 AMI from AWS Marketplace.
If you look into setenv.sh, "-server" option is on, which is suggested as the tuning-guide here.
In previous tests, i found memory quite an issue.
So i'm using m2.4xlarge instance.
Instance Family Instance Type Processor Arch vCPU ECU Memory (GiB) Instance Storage (GB) EBS-optimized Available Network Performance
Memory optimized m2.4xlarge 64-bit 8 26 68.4 2 x 840 Yes High
For testing, a live streamer located at the same region with Wowza server.
Every 1 minute, add 5 new streams (each of 500kbps~1.1mbps content) to the Wowza server.
I managed to reach 150 live concurrent streams to Wowza server.
Can't move further because the resource of my streamer ran out first before Wowza.
CPU usage about 37%~38%
Memory is still quite sufficient (sorry i forgot the exact number)
10Gbps network interface (bandwidth not a problem )
My question is how about the official tests?
So my Wowza can provide about 450 incoming streams, is that correct?