Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service provides secure, reliable, scalable, and low-cost computational resources. It gives developers the tools to build virtually any web-scale application.
Twitch is a platform for live video streaming, offering nearly anything you’d want to watch, from cooking, music, and Q&A session.Twitch Integrations
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If you want to control your Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) from your Gmail then this integration is for you. Once you set it up, whenever you star an email in Gmail, Appy Pie Connect will automatically start, stop or reboot (according to the set schedule) an instance running in your Amazon EC2. With this Gmail- Amazon EC2, you can reduce the costs of running tests and Amazon EC2 instances.
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Triggers when a new instance is created.
Triggers when a new event is scheduled for one of your instances.
Triggers when you receive a new follower on Twitch.
Triggers when a new stream goes live that matches any game and language specified.
Triggers when a live stream starts from streamers you specify.
Start Stop or Reboot Instance
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2. is a web service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud. EC2 lets you launch as many virtual instances as you want. You can choose from a variety of instance types to run your applications on EC2. It allows you to increase or decrease your capacity as needed without having to modify your application code. Amazon EC2 also provides a set of simple APIs and online tops that make it easy for developers to launch and manage instances, create and terminate vpumes, and contrp access to their applications running on Amazon EC2. It supports multiple operating systems, including Windows, Linux, and FreeBSD. Amazon EC2 is designed to make the process of launching an instance completely transparent to the customer. The Amazon EC2 API simplifies the process of using Amazon EC2 by providing a simple interface for managing your instances, vpumes, security credentials, and AMI images.
Twitch is a live streaming video platform owned by Amazon. Users can broadcast, watch and chat about video games, music, art and other interests. Content on the site can either be viewed live, or viewed via video on demand. Artists can also use services such as Twitch to connect with fans. Twitch has also become a platform for various eSports competitions.
Twitch started off as a spin-off of Justin.tv, which was focused on general purpose live streaming. Justin.tv was initially launched in 2007 by Justin Kan and Emmett Shear, as a way to share Kan’s life online. In June 2011, the company decided to spin off the gaming content as Justin.tv Games and later renamed it Twitch Interactive to acknowledge the growing popularity of its focus. It officially launched that August 6 of 2011. Since then, Twitch has attracted more than 35 million unique visitors a month.
Twitch is the fourth largest source of peak Internet traffic in the United States, behind Google, Netflix and Apple. It serves over 1.7 million broadcasters and 15 million viewers per month. Twitch had its peak traffic period between mid-2013 and mid-2014. The site commonly sees between 1.5–2 million viewers during prime time periods (from 18:00–22:00 UTC.
Amazon EC2 provides a wide range of resources that can be utilized by someone who wants to stream high-quality content on Twitch. For example, Amazon EC2 provides numerous types of instances that can help a streamer achieve the best possible performance when streaming videos on Twitch. It also provides storage options in S3 that can be utilized by the streamer to store the videos uploaded onto their channel on Twitch for long-term availability, instead of just storing them on a local hard drive that could potentially fail at some point in time due to any number of factors (e.g., file corruption.
One interesting thing about Amazon EC2 is that it allows users to create AMI images and store them on S3 to be used again or even shared with others over the Internet for use in their own applications or servers. This can allow streamers to save money by reducing the amount of bandwidth they use when uploading their videos to Twitch because they only need to upload the videos once instead of doing it every time they upload a new video onto their channel. This also allows them to easily recover lost data (e.g., if they accidentally delete some files), since all they have to do is go into S3 and download them again instead of trying to recover them from their local hard drive(s.
By integrating Amazon EC2 with Twitch, there are several benefits that a streamer can benefit from which would not be possible if these two services were separate from one another. For example, this integration would allow streamers to use instances running on Amazon EC2 as a way to instantly upgrade their infrastructure whenever they need more resources (e.g., higher CPU/memory usage. than what they currently have available. This would allow streamers to avoid needing to purchase hardware upfront (which can cost thousands of dplars. before they know exactly how much they will need while still allowing them to expand their infrastructure immediately when they need more resources when streaming content on Twitch in order to provide better quality streams for their viewers who are watching their content live on Twitch or via video on demand after it has already been broadcasted via Twitch. Another benefit this integration would provide is allowing streamers to utilize AWS services like S3 as a way for them to store their videos for future use instead of relying on local storage that could break at some point in time (e.g., due to file corruption. By using S3, streamers could simply download files from S3 whenever they need access to them again instead of trying to recover them from local storage if there is ever any sort of issue with their local storage that causes files stored there to become unavailable for some reason (e.g., due to file corruption. Using S3 could also make it easier for streamers to easily backup their files so that if anything happens to their local storage (e.g., due to file corruption), they could easily recover their lost data from S3 instead of having to recreate it from scratch like they would if they were using local storage instead of S3. Finally, this integration would allow users to create AMI images containing their entire Twitch infrastructure (e.g., an entire server running in AWS containing both their Twitch application and database. so that they could easily re-create their entire infrastructure at another region (e.g., in case something goes wrong with their current infrastructure. or even move it over entirely into another region (e.g., if they wanted to run all of their infrastructure out of AWS instead of just some of it. without having to worry about any unexpected issues caused by differences between regions like latency or network connectivity since AMI images contain everything needed for a complete environment hosted by Amazon’s cloud infrastructure, including networking configuration information needed for deployment. This integration would also allow users who don’t have any experience with AWS server administration tasks (e.g., configuring networking settings. or who are unsure how well those settings will work in AWS (e.g., due to different networking configurations across regions. to easily deploy an entire server running in AWS with everything needed for a stable deployment in just one command (i.e., creating an AMI image containing their entire infrastructure. Once created, this AMI image can then be used again or shared with others over the Internet for use in their own applications or servers without having any unexpected issues arising when the user attempts to deploy the application into AWS due to differences between regions or different networking configurations across regions which would likely cause unexpected issues if things like latency or network connectivity suddenly begin behaving differently in AWS than what was expected based on previous experience with deploying applications into AWS as opposed to using this AMI image created through this integration between Amazon EC2 and Twitch which would contain everything needed for a complete environment hosted by Amazon’s cloud infrastructure, including networking configuration information needed for deployment.
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