Course Description

Hosting Simple Web Applications using Amazon Lightsail

Amazon Lightsail is a user-friendly cloud service that offers virtual servers, storage, databases, and networking features to help you get your projects up and running quickly. Hosting your web applications on Amazon Lightsail is a cost-effective and efficient way to deploy your projects. In this tutorial, you will learn how to set up and host simple web applications using Amazon Lightsail.

Getting Started with Amazon Lightsail

Before you begin hosting your web applications on Amazon Lightsail, you will need to create an Amazon Web Services (AWS) account if you don't already have one. Once you have your AWS account set up, you can access Amazon Lightsail through the AWS Management Console.

Creating a Lightsail Instance

To host your web application, you will need to create a Lightsail instance. An instance is a virtual private server that will run your applications. You can choose the operating system, select the instance plan that best fits your needs, and launch your instance with just a few clicks.

Deploying Your Web Application

After setting up your Lightsail instance, you can deploy your web application. You can upload your application files, configure your server settings, and set up your domain name. Amazon Lightsail provides a simple and intuitive interface to manage your applications and monitor your resources.