Successfully complete this lab by achieving the following learning objectives:
- Create S3 Bucket
Create an S3 bucket that begins with the name
my-bucket-<ACCOUNT ID>in the
us-east-1region, and upload the code for the static site.
- Enable Static Website Hosting
You can use Amazon S3 to host a static website. On a static website, individual web pages include static content. They might also contain client-side scripts.
To host a static website on Amazon S3, configure an Amazon S3 bucket for website hosting, and then upload your website content to the bucket.
When you configure a bucket as a static website, you must enable website hosting, set permissions, and create and add an index document.
- Apply Bucket Policy
To make objects in your bucket publicly readable, write a bucket policy that grants everyone
After you edit S3 Block Public Access settings, you can add a bucket policy to grant public read access to your bucket. When you grant public read access, anyone on the internet can access your bucket.