Getting Started

Imagizer offers three distinct options for utilization. We highly recommend starting with Imagizer Cloud, which provides a user-friendly and hassle-free experience. Additionally, Imagizer is compatible and supported on Amazon Web Services (AWS) for those who prefer to integrate it within their AWS infrastructure. Finally, Imagizer On-Premise is available for those who wish to host Imagizer on their own servers.

To get started, please select one of the following guides based on your preferred implementation method.

Imagizer Cloud

Allow us to do all the heavy lifting and run Imagizer in our cloud. Our Imagizer web service offers the simplest launch method, featuring a pay-as-you-go pricing model. You can have your system up and running in minutes without the need for any infrastructure changes. Imagizer also provides optimization parameter suggestions that can be easily applied to all images with just a single click, ensuring efficient image processing.

Get started with the Imagizer Cloud guide.

Amazon Web Services

For those already operating within the AWS ecosystem, the AWS solution for Imagizer is available as a subscription-based service directly from the AWS Marketplace. This allows for rapid deployment of Imagizer. With this option, you have the flexibility to pay only for the resources you utilize, whether on an hourly or monthly basis. It is an excellent choice if you are already familiar with and working within the AWS environment.

Get started with the AWS guide.


Imagizer On-Premise is specifically designed for clients who have on-premise data centers and prefer to deploy and manage Imagizer within their own environment. With this option, you can leverage the full range of Imagizer features without requiring any significant workflow changes. It provides the flexibility to integrate Imagizer seamlessly into your existing infrastructure. Moreover, Imagizer On-Premise supports multiple virtualization platforms, ensuring compatibility with your preferred setup.

Get started with the On-Premise guide.

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Contributors: Nicholas Pettas