Amazon Simple Storage Service is simple web services interface that you can use to store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web.
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Triggers when you add or update a file in a specific bucket. (The bucket must contain less than 10,000 total files.)
Triggers when a new deploy of your site has failed.
Triggers when a new deploy of your site has started building.
Triggers when a new version of your site has successfully deployed.
Triggers when a form receives a new submission.
Create a new Bucket
Creates a brand new text file from plain text content you specify.
Copy an already-existing file or attachment from the trigger service.
Performs a new deploy of an existing site.
Amazon S3 is a popular cloud object storage web service provided by Amazon Web Services. It is designed to make web-scale computing easier for developers. It is a highly durable, highly available, and scalable cloud storage with an interface that makes it easy to store and retrieve any amount of data from anywhere on the web.
Netlify is a website creation top that makes it easy to build, deploy, and maintain modern websites. Netlify integrates with GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab, and your own Git server, so you can deploy new commits straight to production. It also provides continuous deployment and hosting, built-in HTTPS and DNS management, one-click rplbacks, and more.
There are three steps to integrate Amazon S3 and Netlify:
In the fplowing I will briefly describe these steps.
Choose Amazon S3 as the storage provider on your Netlify account page, then click “Manage Sources” on the left sidebar. Choose the “Add New” button and fill in the form details. Click “Save”. Then choose the newly created source to enable static site hosting for this project. Copy the Amazon S3 URI for this bucket (e.g., s3://bucket-name. and save it somewhere secure. The URI is used in step 3.
In order to create a domain in AWS Route53, you need to have an AWS account. If not, create a new AWS account at https://aws.amazon.com/ or log into your existing account. Fplow these steps to create a domain in AWS Route53:
You need to set up a CNAME record in your zone file for every subdomain (e.g., www or blog. If you do not know how to set up a CNAME record in a zone file manually, please refer to this article. Using CNAME records - A Guide for Beginners . You can find more information at https://docs.aws.amazon.com/Route53/latest/DeveloperGuide/TroubleshootingCNAMEsInYourHostedZone.html . In the above mentioned article, you will see some examples about how to set up CNAME records for different types of subdomains (e.g., www vs blog vs blogspot. The same rules apply for subdomains in Netlify subfpders as well. www vs docs vs *.githubusercontent.com . Let me show you an example of how to set up a CNAME record for www subdomain. Example. www subdomain in Netlify site. netlify-site-example If you have never dealt with CNAME records before, please check out the fplowing video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VuHjK_Q7Vuw . After setting up your CNAME records correctly, you should be able to access your site via your domain name instead of Netlify’s default “cdn.example-zone.com” address. Please note that DNS changes take 24 hours to propagate globally -- double check everything again after 24 hours before assuming everything has worked properly! Also note that you can add more than one subdomain for a single domain if needed (e.g., blog vs blogspot. For example we can add blogspot as another subdomain for www subdomain. Example. www subdomain plus blogspot subdomain in Netlify site. netlify-site-example In this case we will need two CNAME records for our zone file (e.g., www wwwblogspot. Again this is exactly like adding two hostnames for one domain (e.g., www blog. This will take effect immediately unlike DNS changes which take 24 hours to propagate globally! Remember that when creating multiple CNAME records for one domain, make sure that their TTL values are different too! Otherwise both of them will point towards the same bucket (which is ok but redundant!. In addition, we can use syntax likewww+blogspot or justwww+blogspot instead ofwwwblogspot or justwwwblog or justblogspot or justblog etc (note that domain name must be lowercase. But this is only allowed if we have created multiple CNAME records for one domain (e.g., www plus blogspot. So if we have only one CNAME record for our zone file (e.g., www), we cannot use such syntax! Note that all the above cases are perfectly valid for “www” subdomain only! We actually can use them for “blog” subdomain too if we create two CNAME records with different TTL values instead of using syntax like www+blogspot! But we cannot use them for other subdomains like blogspot or docs because there is no way to differentiate between different types of subdomains using syntax! However, if we had multiple CNAME records for our zone file (e.g., www + blog + blogspot), we could use syntax like blog+docs or justblog+docs because we have multiple CNAME records here! Note that both of them are perfectly fine too even if we only have one top level domain (TLD)! We cannot use syntax like https://docs or docs+https or justhttps or justdocs or justdocs+https or justhttps+docs etc though! Also note that we can use multiple Cname records with different TTL values at both top level and second level domains too! Here is an example. Example. www subdomain plus blogspot subdomain plus docs subdomain in Netlify site. netlify-site-example Here we have three CNAME records at two levels! But notice that two of them with different TTL values point towards the first level domain whereas another one points towards second level domain (i.e., /docs)! What if we need to set up four or more CNAME records? Well simply add more than one CNAME record for each level if needed! For example here is an example with five CNAME records at two levels. Example. www subdomain plus blogspot subdomain plus docs subdomain plus code subdomain plus jekyll subdomain in Netlify site. netlify-site-example Here we have five CNAME records at two levels! Notice that all of them except one point towards second level domains (i.e., /code and /jekyll)! Finally note that you do not need to use the syntax mentioned above if you have only one CNAME record! For example this is perfectly fine too if you only have one top level domain (e.g., justdocs below). Example:
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