WordPress on AWS EC2 – part 1

Introduction

With this post I’m starting the series about deploying WordPress on Amazon AWS EC2. I’ll try to explain step by step what am I doing and why. If you know how to do something better or faster, please leave your comment on specific post. I’ll be happy to learn some new things or best practices. 🙂

Assumptions

Many people probably have set of tools which they like to use. Someone like this Linux distribution, someone else prefer that. Someone like Apache server and someone prefer Nginx. I won’t argue with that and I don’t think that one approach is better than another in every single situation. In many cases it’s just matter of preference. I’ll use following setup:

  • Ubuntu 14.04 Server (in time of writing this text it’s newest LTS version)
  • Apache2
  • PHP-FPM
  • MySQL

I’m assuming that you registered your Amazon AWS account so I’ll proceed straight to the first step – launching your EC2 instance.

Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6
Part 7
Part 8

2 thoughts on “WordPress on AWS EC2 – part 1”

  1. Heyy there would yoou mind letting mee know which webhoost
    you’re using? I’ve loaded your blog in 3 completely different web browsers
    and I must say this bloig loadss a lot faster then most. Can you recommend a goood internet hosting provider att a
    reasonable price? Kudos, I appreciate it!

    1. I’m using AWS Cloud to host this blog. If you want to know a bit more about AWS you can read second part of this series. 🙂

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