Setting Up a Blog on AWS
If you’re thinking of setting up your own blog on AWS, there are a few important things to keep in mind. First, you’ll need an AWS account. If you don’t already have one, sign up for a free trial account here.
Then, set up a bucket in the AWS Cloud and create a new web application. In this application, you’ll create a new blog instance.
The next step is to decide what type of blog you want to create. There are a number of options available to you, including a blog engine like WordPress or Ghost, or even a static site generator like Jekyll or Hugo.
Whichever option you choose, make sure to read the documentation on how to set it up and configure it properly.
Once your blog is set up, the next step is to configure your web server to serve it from the cloud. This can be done by setting up port forwarding and exposing your web server on the public internet. Once this is done, you can start writing your posts!
The final step is to publish your posts to your blog using the AWS S3 storage service. This can be done by creating an Amazon S3 bucket and attaching it to your web application’s bucket using the Amazon S3 API.
Then, use the AWS S3 Object Storage Service (S3) console to upload your posts onto S3 and make them available for viewing online.