In the first lesson of the AWS course, we’ll talk about how to host a website on S3 with Cloudflare.
How you ever heard about the idea of hosting a website on the Amazon S3?
Yes, it’s possible, and it’s one of the best ideas, especially if we can combine that with free CDN from the Cloudflare company.
It’s blazing fast because the page is static, so we don’t need to wait for the server response(almost because every server has some response time, but here we just server stuff, without DB queries, etc.), and hosted through Content Delivery Network.
It’s very secure because there is no backend and almost no way to put any vulnerable code (of course, if you won’t allow that).
It’s very cheap because you do not need to handle tons of the data, like unnecessary CMS files, that you should run somewhere, and serving files is much less expensive than computing power.
It’s easy to configure because you don’t need to spend a lot of time configuring your server, installing databases, and configuring Nginx or apache.
In this case, it’s enough to create a bucket, make it public, add cname record in cname and upload your page.
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The written version of this tutorial is here:
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