Broad platform support
With AWS, you can use CMS, including WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, and more. AWS also supports and provides SDK for popular platforms such as Java, Ruby, PHP, Node.js, and .NET.
Datacenters around the world
Your customers can be anywhere in the world. With AWS, you can host a datacenter or CDN that selects your website in any geography, which you choose from just a few mouse clicks.
Scalable from first day
Website traffic can fluctuate greatly. From a quiet time in the middle of the night, to drive the campaign, sharing traffic spikes on social media, AWS Infrastructure which can develop and shrink to meet your needs.
Flexible pricing model
AWS charges you only for those resources which are used without any advance cost or long term contract. AWS has web hosting options that provide pay-as-you-go pricing or fixed monthly pricing.
AWS Website Solutions
Simple Website Hosting
Ordinary websites usually include a single web server that either runs a content management system (CMS), such as WordPress, an ecommerce application, such as Magneto or a development stack, such as LAMP. The software makes it easy to build, update, manage and serve the content of your website.
Ordinary websites are fewer than middle-trafficked sites with many authors and are great for more frequent content changes such as marketing websites, content websites, or blogs. They provide a simple starting point for the website which can grow in the future. Usually at low cost, these sites require the IT administration of the web server and are not able to be highly available or scalable beyond any server.
Websites built on general applications like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento
Websites built on popular development stacks like LAMP, LEMP, MEAN, Node.Js
Websites that are not likely to be beyond 5 servers
Customers who want to manage their own web servers and resources
Customers who want to console their web server, DNS, and networking
Single Page Web App Hosting
Single-page web apps provide performance like native or desktop apps. They provide all static website benefits (low cost, high level of reliability, a server administrator, and scalability to handle enterprise-level traffic) with dynamic functionality and blazing fast performance.
Websites created with single page app settings such as response page JS, Vue JS, angular JS, and Nuxt.
Websites built with static site generators like Gatsby JS, React-static, Jekyll, and Hugo.
Progressive web app or PWA
Websites that do not have server-side scripting, such as PHP or ASP.NET
Websites that have no server backend.