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Thread: AWS WMS 3 capability

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    Default AWS WMS 3 capability

    Hello guys, I'm running WMS 3 over AWS with heavy use of the Transcoder for VBR streaming (5 streams - 1080-360p). My question is - how many concurrent publishing streams can an instance handle since every such stream creates 5 VBR streams and it's quite heavy on CPU. I know I can run an "hi1.4xlarge" instance to be on the safe side but even then I want to know what is the actual capacity of an instance and what do I run out first - CPU or bandwidth?
    Thanks,
    Peter

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    Hello there and welcome to the Wowza support forum.
    Please take a look at the Wowza Transcoder benchmark article to get an idea of what different server configurations are capable of handling:
    Wowza Transcoder AddOn Performance Benchmark


    Kind regards,
    Salvadore

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