AWS Elemental MediaConnect

AWS Elemental MediaConnect is a high-quality transport service for live video. Today, broadcasters and content owners rely on satellite networks or fiber connections to send their high-value content into the cloud or to transmit it to partners for distribution. Both satellite and fiber approaches are expensive, require long lead times to set up, and lack the flexibility to adapt to changing requirements. To be more nimble, some customers have tried to use solutions that transmit live video on top of IP infrastructure, but have struggled with reliability and security. 

Now you can get the reliability and security of satellite and fiber combined with the flexibility, agility, and economics of IP-based networks using AWS Elemental MediaConnect. MediaConnect enables you to build mission-critical live video workflows in a fraction of the time and cost of satellite or fiber services. You can use MediaConnect to ingest live video from a remote event site (like a stadium), share video with a partner (like a cable TV distributor), or replicate a video stream for processing (like an over-the-top service). MediaConnect combines reliable video transport, highly secure stream sharing, and real-time network traffic and video monitoring that allow you to focus on your content, not your transport infrastructure.

Below are the cmdlets which are available with AWS Elemental MediaConnect

Add-EMCNFlowOutput                                 AddFlowOutputs                                
Add-EMCNFlowSource                                 AddFlowSources                                
Add-EMCNFlowVpcInterface                           AddFlowVpcInterfaces                          
Add-EMCNResourceTag                                TagResource                                   
Get-EMCNEntitlementList                            ListEntitlements                              
Get-EMCNFlow                                       DescribeFlow                                  
Get-EMCNFlowList                                   ListFlows                                     
Get-EMCNResourceTag                                ListTagsForResource                           
Grant-EMCNFlowEntitlement                          GrantFlowEntitlements                         
New-EMCNFlow                                       CreateFlow                                    
Remove-EMCNFlow                                    DeleteFlow                                    
Remove-EMCNFlowOutput                              RemoveFlowOutput                              
Remove-EMCNFlowSource                              RemoveFlowSource                              
Remove-EMCNFlowVpcInterface                        RemoveFlowVpcInterface                        
Remove-EMCNResourceTag                             UntagResource                                 
Revoke-EMCNFlowEntitlement                         RevokeFlowEntitlement                         
Start-EMCNFlow                                     StartFlow                                     
Stop-EMCNFlow                                      StopFlow                                      
Update-EMCNFlow                                    UpdateFlow                                    
Update-EMCNFlowEntitlement                         UpdateFlowEntitlement                         
Update-EMCNFlowOutput                              UpdateFlowOutput                              
Update-EMCNFlowSource                              UpdateFlowSource                              

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