Setting Up Your Website Content and Domain
This chapter picks up where the previous chapter left off. Now that you know how to store your content in AWS S3 and you have been introduced to several ways to access that content, it is time for you to walk through the final steps of setting up a static website in AWS, which includes making the content of the buckets public, creating policies to control access, and making the bucket publically available by enabling website hosting on the S3 bucket. From there I'll show you how to set up a domain name in your third core AWS service, Route53, to front your new static content. We have quite a bit to cover to get your static website content ready for delivery to your customers, so let's get started.