How to deploy a static site with CloudFront and S3 using Python?Python
Sure, let's break it down:
To host a static website, we'll need an S3 bucket to store the website's files and a CloudFront CDN to distribute it. Here's what the program will do:
- Create an S3 bucket to store your static website files.
- Create a CloudFront origin access identity which CloudFront will use to get the files from your bucket.
- Update the S3 bucket policy to allow CloudFront's origin access identity to get the files.
- Create a CloudFront distribution that points to your S3 bucket.
Here's the Pulumi Python program that accomplishes this:
This program will launch an S3 bucket and a CloudFront CDN configured to serve a static website. As its output, it prints the URL at which the website can be accessed.
You can then use the AWS CLI or other S3-compatible tooling to sync your static website content to this bucket. The CloudFront distribution will serve the website content globally with low latency.