Deploy static website to AWS with HTTPS - S3, Route 53, CloudFront, Certificate Manager

Deploy static website to AWS with HTTPS – S3, Route 53, CloudFront, Certificate Manager



Deploy static website to AWS with HTTPS – S3, Route 53, CloudFront, Certificate Manager

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20 thoughts on “Deploy static website to AWS with HTTPS – S3, Route 53, CloudFront, Certificate Manager

  1. Hi Esterling, your tutorial worked until I clicked on a link on my website that should lead me to example.com/hello. Then the connection was insecure and instead of my domain name there was the ElasticBeanstalk URL (from the environment). What did I do wrong? How can I point the subdirectories also to example.com? Thanks inadvance!

  2. Hi, Great Video… I am able to see my static angular web app on aws domain url… but when I request to authenticate to a server to the back end spring boot application I get the
    (blocked:mixed-content) status error to rest api

    Could you please help me with this.

  3. Man you explained so good, I almost cried. I was trying with 4-5 other videos before this trying to set up my website with externally registered domain name. thank you so much. subscribing!

  4. I am Unable to select Custom ssl certificate while creating a distribution in cloudfront , any help me at 19:53 in the video

  5. Awesome Video Esterling. Great explanation at each step. Amazon should learn how to make AWS videos from you.. 😀

  6. Hi , followed the tutorial but i am getting this error. "This site can’t be reached www.example.com’s server IP address could not be found.
    DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN".

    Not sure how to fix this. Has been bugging me for days now! Any help would be appreciated thanks!

  7. Thanks for the video , nothing more and nothing less, just perfect and neatly done … great Job, thanks again

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