This article describes how to sign up for Amazon Web Services (AWS) and use it as a playback location by installing the SEUM player.
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Note: For a listing of what regions are currently available see, AWS Global Infrastrucutre. (© 2016 Amazon Web Services, Inc., available at https://aws.amazon.com, obtained on September 1, 2016.) For information about using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud in the AWS GovCloud (US) Region, see AWS GovCloud (US) Region. (© 2016 Amazon Web Services, Inc., available at http://docs.aws.amazon.com/, obtained on September 1, 2016.)
Note: Amazon will bill you for the time your instance is running. If this instance is no longer required, perform the following:
Note: An EC2 instance has its own public IP address. This address is constant while the instance is running. If you stop and then restart the instance, it will have a different public IP address (and hostname). In order to keep a stable IP Address even when the instance is off, you can assign the instance an Elastic IP. An Elastic IP is an address that is assigned/reserved for your AWS account. While the address is attached to a running instance, you are not charged for the IP (just for the instance). If the Elastic IP is not assigned to any running instances, you are charged a small fee.
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