Websites & Web Apps on AWS
Last updated on 2015-09-27
About the Book
AWS offers services that provide businesses with a flexible, highly scalable, and low-cost way to deliver their websites and web applications. In this quest, you’ll learn to work with foundational services for marketing websites on AWS
1. Create Amazon EC2 Instances(for Linux)
- 1.1 What is Amazon EC2?
- 1.2 Verify Your Region in the AWS management Console
- 1.3 Creating a New Amazon EC2 Server Instance
- 1.4 Connecting to your Amazon EC2 Instance via SSH
- 1.5 Crete a PHP Web Page on Your Linux Web Server
- 1.6 View Your Web Site
- 1.7 Assign a Fixed IP Address
- 1.8 Conclusion
2. AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)
- 2.1 Waht is AWS Identity and Access Management?
- 2.2 Exploring Users and Groups
- 2.3 Add Users To Groups
- 2.4 Set Custom Passwords
- 2.5 Conclusion
3. Using Open Data with Amazon S3
- 3.1 What is Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3)
- 3.2 What is Open Data?
- 3.3 Create New Amazon S3 Buckets
- 3.4 Configuring Your Site Bucket Static Website Hosting
- 3.5 Configuring Your Data Bucket to be Shareable
- 3.6 Add Object to your Buckets
- 3.7 View your open data website
- 3.8 Upderstanding the website we’re provided
- 3.9 Conclusion
4. Working with Elastic Load Balancing
- 4.1 What is Elastic Load Balancing?
- 4.2 Launch Web Servers
- 4.3 Independently Connect to Each Web Server
- 4.4 Create a Load Balancer
- 4.5 View Elastic Load Balancing CloudWatch Metrics
- 4.6 Conclusion
5. Maintaining Hight Availability with Auto Scaling
- 5.1 What is Auto Scaling?
- 5.2 Create a Launch Configuration
- 5.3 Configure Auto Scaling group
- 5.4 Verifying Auto Scaling
- 5.5 Conslusion
6. Building Your Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
- 6.1 What Is Amazon VPC?
- 6.2 Create the Base VPC
- 6.3 Launch a Web Server
- 6.4 Connect to the Webserver in the Public Subnet
- 6.5 Launch a Back-End Microsoft SQL Server
- 6.6 Manually Create Two More Subnets
- 6.7 Launch a Bastion Windows Host
- 6.8 Conslusion
7. Caching Static Files with Amazon CloudFront
- 7.1 What Is Amazon CloudFront?
- 7.2 What is Amazon S3?
- 7.3 Exploring the Static Website Hosted in Your Amazon S3 Bucket
- 7.4 Creating an Amazon CloudFront Web Distribution
- 7.5 Testing Your Static Website from an Amzon CloudFron Distribution
- 7.6 Updating your Site: Cache Content Considerations
- 7.7 Conclusion
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