In this course you'll easily learn how in a few simple steps you can set up your static websites or web apps on the Cloud using Amazon S3 to store the files, Amazon CloudFront for content delivery, Route 53 to associate a custom domain name to your websites, and Amazon Glacier to set up an automatic backup strategy for your website's files on S3. It's an effective and low-cost solution that avoids the burden of configuring an EC2 instance with a web server for a task that is very simple.
In the first lecture, I will be discuss the overview the course, and will give some examples on why this approach can be effective in many situations.
In this lecture we will dive in deep into the uses of Amazon Simple Storage. In addition you'll understand the key part of this infrastructure is S3, where we'll store the files and enable your websites hosting allowing us to replace a standard EC2 instance as the web server.
In this lecture we'll take advantage of CloudFront's edge locations for content delivery which allows us to lower latency and increase the speed of your website making visitors happy :).
In this lecture we will uncover the power of Route53, which is the last step to make the website available for visitors. You'll also learn how to configure it to redirect your domain name to the website.
In this lecture we'll go over Automatic backup on Glacier where we will store the backup of your website by setting up an automated backup strategy.
And finally now we're ready to go live you're website will be up and running by this point, this last lecture is dedicated to testing our new website and ensuring that it works perfectly to welcome your visitors with open hands.
Hi everyone, thanks for reading my bio.
My name is Kevin, and I am a strong believer that anything you set your mind to you can accomplish, whether it's learning web
development, how to cook, or Math in order to change your career path or it maybe learning for fun in order to build cool/fun things.
The only thing I enjoy more than learning web development and building projects from the skills I learn is teaching others how to
achieve the same by creating a learning environment that helps varying levels of developers gain a better understanding of topics by
doing what engineers do best taking a complex problems and breaking it down to small learnable simple steps.
I feel qualified to teach you how to learn the things I teach (Web Development/Math) because I struggled very much just as you may be
struggling and that helped me push myself to learn how to learn and break very complicated topics into very small simple steps that
will help you learn anything you'd like.