Trying to figure out the best way to deploy a static web site. Looking for a cheap and fast solution?
In this 4 part series, we will cover S3 buckets and deploying sites to S3. Using CloudFront as a CDN for your website. Certificate Manager for setting up SSL certifications. Route53 for DNS names and routing policies. Lastly, you will learn how to set up a CI/CD pipeline with CodePipeline.
What you will learn from part 1 of 4:
We will do a deep dive of the different features S3 offers. You will be given example code for uploading object programmatically to S3 Buckets as well as an example JSON object for bucket policies. At the end of the class, we will deploy a React application to S3 as a static web site.
Have Node.js Installed - https://nodejs.org/en/download/
Have Git - https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Getting-Started-Installing-Git
Have an AWS account - https://aws.amazon.com/
This workshop series will occur:
5/29 - S3, Deploying to S3
6/12 - CloudFront, Certificate Manager
6/26 - Route53, DNS
7/10 - CodePipeline, CI/CD
Who is this for?
Users, learners, passionate coders, and anyone either currently working or working toward using the wide breadth of Amazon's Web Services. Bring a laptop to follow along with the class.
About Our Organizer:
Austin Loveless is a Galvanize Web Development Coding Bootcamp graduate and a certified AWS Solutions Architect working as a Software Engineer at Entercom in Denver. To prepare for the AWS Certification he incorporated AWS services in every project he built during his time at Galvanize. Prior to Galvanize, Austin was in the Navy and attended college where he fell in love with software. Now he works hands-on with Node.js and AWS.