Aws Jitsi Tools
AWS Open Source Blog Getting started with Jitsi, an open source web conferencing solution Teams across the world are looking for solutions that help them to work and collaborate online in these unprecedented times. There are many options that customers have, so this post will help provide you with some options if you are looking. Deploying Jitsi on AWS ECS Container instructions. If you prefer to deploy Jitsi onto container infrastructure, the open-source maintainers have your back here, and a GitHub repository has Docker instructions. I will use that as a starting point for deploying Jitsi on Amazon ECS. Note: This has been tested on Linux and macOS. I've setup a self-hosted jitsi server on aws ec2 container service with t3-medium instance having 5gbps bandwidth. The installation was a breeze but after installation, the static files served from the configured domain is loading too slow takes around at-least a minute or two.
Congratulations on all the work. Jitsi is very good.
I installed Jitsi on its own server and then on a C2 AWS Instance.
I easly managed to change some settings.
This is an educational project and I use room with 50 to 60 people, first with difficulties in C5.xlarge and some alarms from the management of the instance.
I moved to C5.2xlarge and yes it works.
In one week I had 6 meetings and 8 hours, but the prices are very expensive.
I know it won’t be the best place to talk about prices here, but what chances do I have?
I asked Amazon AWS for a quote but the option is C hime.
I want Jitsi!
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