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I want to set up my system using Amazon Web Services as a hosting provider. Can anyone help me with the following:

  • What is a good starting point for setting up an AWS box?

  • How can I configure AWS to work with Magento?

Please help me

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look for graviton2 instances.

we are using this script to configure EC2 with LEMP stack:

curl -Lo magenx.sh https://magenx.sh && bash magenx.sh

based on
Ubuntu 20.04 arm64: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B087RLZNXK
Debian 11 arm: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/prodview-jwzxq55gno4p4

AWS Graviton processors are custom built by Amazon Web Services using 64-bit Arm Neoverse cores to deliver the best price performance for your cloud workloads running in Amazon EC2.

AWS is very easy to configure.

if you are looking for something more complex, you need to read AWS Docs

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Magento AWS Hosting is a cloud hosting solution that combines the power of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Magento to create a secure, reliable, and scalable business hosting environment. It is designed to make managing and maintaining a Magento store more straightforward and accessible.

Features of Magento Hosting include: -High availability and scalability -High performance and reliability -Secure and reliable hosting environment -Cloud-based infrastructure -Fast deployment of applications -Automated backups -Automatic scaling and monitoring -Integration with other AWS services -Integrated security and compliance tools -Optimized database performance

A good starting point for setting up an AWS box for Magento is to use Amazon's EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) service. EC2 provides you with a virtual server instance to host your Magento installation. You can choose from different instance types and sizes depending on your needs. You will also need to set up an Amazon RDS (Relational Database Service) instance to store your Magento database. This can be done through the Amazon Management Console. Once the EC2 and RDS instances are set up, you can install and configure Magento on your EC2 instance.

You can configure AWS to work with Magento in two ways.

The first way is to get fully Managed Magento Hosting because managed hosting platform manages everything by itself without bothering you to do anything.

The second way is to follow these steps.

  1. Create an Amazon Web Services (AWS) account.
  2. Set up a virtual private cloud (VPC) to host your Magento application.
  3. Configure an Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) instance to store your Magento data.
  4. Create an EC2 instance to run your Magento application.
  5. Configure an Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) bucket to store your Magento media.
  6. Set up Amazon CloudFront to optimize your Magento website's performance.
  7. Configure Amazon Elastic Load Balancing to manage traffic to your Magento application.
  8. Configure Amazon Simple Email Service (SES) to handle email notifications from your Magento store.
  9. Set up Amazon CloudWatch to monitor your Magento application.

I hope this answer helps you enough.

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