GitHub is a fantastic resource for developers. As such we (like many others) have stored our testing applications there. That way they can be available for those looking to test the capabilities of Red5 Pro for themselves. The key word here is test. We built the GitHub applications so that we could test specific features. It's important that the core functionality works as expected so we isolated individual functions. Our applications are collections of individual tests which are used to verify each feature. Rather than a one-stop, does absolutely everything you need template, consider it more of a model for…

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New Red5 Pro Installer

Good software should work well and be easy to use. Up to this point, our major focus has been ensuring that Red5 Pro is able to meet basic and advanced live streaming needs including sub-one-second latency and the ability to effectively scale. Now that we have a robust solution with many supported features, we have started making the software easier to use. To get started right away go to our GitHub Time to Automate Logically, we determined that our installation process would be a good place to start. Though it is well documented, it does require a bit of manual…

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Red5 Pro Version 5.2.2

Announcing Red5 Pro version 5.2.2! Coming right off the heels of 5.2.0, this release fixes some bugs we saw when running Red5 Pro on CentOS/Debian OS. Read on for more details. Red5 Pro Server: Patch Release 5.2.2, 18 October 2018 Fixes errors running Red5 Pro server on CentOS/Debian OS - please see Open SSL Configuration for CentOS for full details on running Red5 Pro on CentOS/Debian systems. To get the latest release, please login to your account and download the new build. To upgrade your server, follow this link. To upgrade…

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Good news! Red5 Pro confirmed its status as an industry leading, live-streaming software creator for contributing to Limelight Networks’ winning IABM Broadcast and Media (BaMTM) Award for Publishing at the recent IBC 2018 Conference. Red5 Pro’s patent-pending WebRTC innovations are the result of over five years of pioneering technology, leading to its landmark establishment of Red5 Pro version 1.0 in 2016. I congratulate Limelight Networks on the prestigious award it received last week at IBC. I also want to thank Limelight for choosing Red5 Pro as the scalable, low-latency, live-streaming media software to enable realtime streaming experiences for…

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Scaling an application to a very large audience can be tricky. Our autoscaling solution has successfully managed some of that process automatically. However, our latest version covers even more and does it, dare I say, automagically. Before we get too deep into that, let's go over how the autoscaling infrastructure is created and configured. For those that want to dig right into our new feature scroll down or jump right to our documentation. Autoscaling Basics - Everything a Growing App Needs A basic autoscaling cluster (nodegroup) consists of three server instances (nodes): origin (for broadcasters), edge (for subscribers) and a…

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