I am starting to survey and process large areas (~1000 acres, 3000 images) and, as a result, moving away from Pix4D like I was using before. After doing some research, I have hired a developer to deploy WebODM through AWS on a r5.2xlarge spot instance. I know that this is the most cost-effective way to create the orthomosaics I need, but also that to keep the price down I will be turning the server on/off as needed. What is the best way to share the outputs in a way that my clients will be able to view them from their web browser even if the server is turned off? Is anyone doing something like this and can explain their process? Thanks in advance for the help!
Thank you for the quick response, I have to admit I’m completely out of my element here with pretty much no coding background. The guy I’m paying to set this up is an AWS Certified DevOps Engineer but don’t think he’s ever worked with WebODM. Will he be able to separate the WebODM display node from the processing nodes if I tell him that? Or should I look for someone who has more experience with WebODM?