Setting Up Kaltura S3 Cloudfront CDN – CE 9 External Storage With CDN Delivery

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Today I was asked by one of our clients to install a Kaltura cluster with Amazon S3 storage Cloudfront CDN. Kaltura S3 Cloudfront is a popular setup among our customers. For assistance, I used our old blogpost (posted about a year ago): SETTING UP KALTURA CE 5.0 AMAZON S3 STORAGE CLOUDFRONT CDN – EXTERNAL STORAGE WITH CDN DELIVERY which explains very well how to set up Kaltura CE Amazon S3 Storage and Cloudfront CDN. Although it was very helpful, I found a bit of a difference between Kaltura CE 5.0 and CE 9.X versions. I thought that an updated post regarding this issue would be a good idea.
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Delete Kaltura Entries from Amazon S3 Bucket

Delete Kaltura Entries from S3 Bucket Automatically

When setting up a Kaltura cluster, you usually want to store the entries on a remote storage like an Amazon S3 bucket. The problem is that when deleting entries using the Kaltura KMC, they are not deleted from the bucket, which can cost you money.

We have previously written about using S3 with Kaltura, which included several fixes to the Kaltura database. To delete Kaltura Entries from S3 Bucket automatically, we need to perform several code and database fixes which are described below. Continue reading

Setting up Kaltura CE Amazon S3 Storage CloudFront CDN – External storage with CDN delivery

Kaltura CE Amazon S3 Storage CloudFront CDN Integration

The purpose of this post is to help you set up the external storage in Kaltura CE5, to work with Amazon S3, and Cloudfront CDN. Keyword: Kaltura CE Amazon S3 Cloudfront CDN

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