How to Host a Website on Amazon Web Services (AWS) - S3, Route 53, CloudFront, & Certificate Manager

How to Host a Website on Amazon Web Services (AWS) – S3, Route 53, CloudFront, & Certificate Manager



How to Host a Website on Amazon Web Services (AWS) – S3, Route 53, CloudFront, and Certificate Manager.

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AWS is a Cloud Web hosting platform
Amazon S3 is a simple storage service for your data
Route 53 is Amazon’s version of the Domain Name service
Cloudfront is a content delivery service
Namecheap is a domain name registrar, which provides domain name registration and web hosting services

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Amazon S3 Bucket Policy code:
{
“Version”: “2012-10-17”,
“Statement”: [
{
“Sid”: “PublicReadGetObject”,
“Effect”: “Allow”,
“Principal”: “*”,
“Action”: “s3:GetObject”,
“Resource”: “arn:aws:s3:::yourdomainnamehere.com/*”
}
]
}

TimeStamps:
Intro 0:00
Presentation 0:24
Locate File and Test Offline Website 3:50
Sign up and Login in to AWS 04:50
Amazon S3 – Create a Bucket and Configure permissions and Bucket Policy 05:23
Amazon Route 53 – Create a Host Zone 10:56
Sign up to Namecheap and Sign in 12:09
Add DNS to Namecheap 12:52
Create a Distribution 14:27
Request a TLS/SSL Certificate for Apex and Sub domain name 15:08
Add CNAME record to Route 53 16:47
Configure Distribution 18:26
Add A Record to Route 53 20:49
Test Live Website with HTTPS 22:21

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8 thoughts on “How to Host a Website on Amazon Web Services (AWS) – S3, Route 53, CloudFront, & Certificate Manager

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  2. Hi, I was able to host the website but I recognized when testing with a mobile device, that only https://www.[mysite].com works. I was wondering which step needs correction so that different variations would work with https protocol.

  3. Thank you very much, I really needed this thorough explanation since they changed the whole layout and I was just lost.

  4. Hi. Thanks for the video & I am following to do the same steps. But I am getting an error. Should we also add "www."ourdoamainname.com

    to "Create a Cname record in Route 53" after requesting the certificate. Also during the creation of CloudFront distribution, it is throwing me an error of not allowing to write 2 C names into the Alternate names box. And it is allowing only *.ourdoamainname.com

    ", its not accepting without *. Please let me know what can be done. Thanks

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