A very simple CLI to create S3 / Cloudfront Static Website. You can also reference our blog for more details.
Download binary from latest release: https://github.com/oursky/aws-site-manager/releases/
Compile from source: if you have Go 1.6 or above installed, run the following command:
go get -u github.com/oursky/aws-site-manager go install github.com/oursky/aws-site-manager
How to use it?
1. Set up AWS Credentials and config
If you haven't set up AWS credentials on your environment before, you shall set it up by putting the following lines in ~/.aws/credentials.
[default] AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=[MY_KEY_ID] AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=[MY_SECRET_KEY]
And in ~/.aws/config
You should also set the environment variable of AWS_SDK_LOAD_CONFIG (or put the following line in ~/.bashrc if you're on Linux / Mac assume you're using bash):
If you have multiple profiles, you can specify it with env var AWS_PROFILE (which is [default] if missed)
For security best practices, you can use an AWS IAM users with appropriate S3 and Cloudfront permission. The Create command also need IAM permission for upload of HTTPS certificate.
You can read more about AWS CLI set up on its official documentation.
2. Use it!
Assume you're going to set up a website example.com and www.example.com, you can:
cd ~/my_html_css_js aws-site-manager create --domain example.com --www aws-site-manager sync --domain example.com
If you want to use https, and got the cert in PEM format ready (if your SSL registry sent you .key / .crt, read this)
cd ~/my_html_css_js aws-site-manager create --domain example.com --www --ssl --certBody body.pem --certChain chain.pem --privateKey key.pem aws-site-manager sync --domain example.com
After setting up the code above, you would need to set up Route53 or your DNS Manager to the CloudFront Distribution endpoint.
aws-site-manager is very preliminary, feel free to create issues if you run into any problems; Feel free to send us pull requests. And here are a list of things I'm working on:
- Support using gzip on cloudFront instead of S3
- Remember config so next time you can just run aws-site-manager sync on the local folder
- Better control on HTTP header, Custom page for Error code
- Support using Let's Encrypt free SSL cert or ACM cert
- Automatically configure Route-53 too