Amazon S3 will store the site files and make them publicly available. Learn how to set up an Amazon S3 bucket and configure it for static website hosting.
- [Narrator] Amazon S3 is a cloud storage service…that's part of Amazon Web Services, or AWS.…You'll use S3 to store your site files,…and you'll use another AWS service, CloudFront,…to distribute them to your visitors.…To get started, go to console.aws.amazon.com.…If you've never used AWS,…create an account using your e-mail address.…I'll sign into my account.…Once you're signed in, search for S3,…or click on the Services menu on the top left,…and choose S3 under Storage.…
Now you need to create a bucket.…A bucket is like a folder on S3 for your files.…For the bucket name, I'll use the domain name I registered,…although you can call the bucket whatever you want.…I'll use awesomestaticsites.com.…The default US east region is fine.…The region doesn't really matter here…because we'll be using CloudFront…to distribute these files into every region.…Click next, and then click next again.…It's important to pick grant public read access…to this bucket under manage public permissions,…that way these files will be publicly available…
- How static sites work
- Advantages of static sites
- Tools for building static sites
- Installing Hugo and Git
- Creating a new Hugo site
- Building a website
- Setting up a deployment pipeline
- Deploying and testing a site
Skill Level Beginner
Amazon Web Services Essential Trainingwith Jeff Winesett5h 2m Intermediate
Amazon Web Services: Storage and Data Managementwith Brandon Rich3h 50m Intermediate
1. How Static Sites Work
2. Set Up Hugo
3. Build a Website
4. Set Up a Deployment Pipeline
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