Creating a CDN enabled webserver on AWS using CloudFront

What is CDN?

  1. Firstly we will setup the webserver to host our website.
  2. Then we will mount the website to a non root partition to secure it from an OS failure.
  3. We will create a webpage with the images for webpage stored in an S3 bucket.
  4. Then we will integrate cloudfront with our website to enable

Setting up the Apache WebServer

  1. First we install the apache server using yum

Creating the Partition

  • Creating a storage unit
  • Formatting the unit
  • mounting the storage unit to the system

Setting up the S3 bucket

Setting up the CloudFront




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