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Creating a static website in 5 minutes using S3 on AWS

• Cloud platform: AWS • Tools used: Atom (Text editor), S3 (AWS) • Languages: Html

Project Status: Active – The project has reached a stable, usable state and is being actively developed.

The following gist is part of my AWS Solution Architect - Associate exam preparation.
It can help you as a web entrepreneur, web bloggers, to deploy a static website very quickly using AWS.


Steps
1. Create a bucket on S3 named mywebsitebucket054485
2. Change the number since you must have a unique bucket name on S3)
3. Create three files, index.html, error.html, about.html
4. Upload the files in the S3 bucket

Solution architecture

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Bucket creation

🔵 See in AWS

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Files upload on S3 bucket

🔵 See in AWS

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  1. Go to S3 > select your bucket > Edit Public Acess Settings > unselect "Block all public access" > Save > Confirm

  2. Click on your bucket > select your 3 files > click on Actions > Make public

  3. Click on Properties > Static Website Properties > select "Use this bucket to host a website" > Index document: type index.html > Error document: type error404.html

🔵 See in AWS

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Click on Static Website Hosting to get the endpoint url.

There you go! Your website is online, you can visit it using the provided endpoint url.

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Visit my S3 static website

Author

  • Isaac Arnault - AWS Cloud series - Related tags: #S3 #Bucket #StaticWebsite
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