Amazon Web Services offers cloud web hosting solutions that provide businesses, non-profits, and governmental organizations with low-cost ways to deliver their websites and web applications. Whether you’re looking for a marketing, rich-media, or ecommerce website, AWS offers a wide-range of website hosting options, and we’ll help you select the one that is right for you.
Broad Platform Support
With AWS, you can use whatever CMS you like, including WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, and more. AWS also supports and provides SDKs for popular platforms like Java, Ruby, PHP, Node.js, and .Net.
Your customers can be anywhere in the world. With AWS you can have a datacenter or CDN hosting your website in any geography you choose with just a few mouse clicks.
Scalable from Day One
Website traffic can fluctuate a lot. From quiet times in the middle of the night, to campaign driven, social media sharing traffic spikes, AWS infrastructure that can grow and shrink to meet your needs.
Flexible Pricing Model
AWS only charges you for the resources you use, with no up-front costs or long-term contracts. AWS has web hosting options that offer pay-as-you-go pricing or fixed monthly pricing.
Free Product Offers
Build reliable and scalable websites and webapps using these Free product offers
Free Product Offers
Begin your migration to the cloud using these product offers from the AWS Free Tier
Learn more about creating and hosting a website on AWS
Browse through our collection of videos and tutorials to deepen your knowledge and experience with AWS
Websites on Amazon Web Services
Deep Dive on Serverless Web Applications
Deploying and Scaling Web Applications
Introduction to Amazon S3
Start with these free and simple tutorials to explore AWS services
Deploy a React App with AWS Amplify Console
In this tutorial, you will create a simple web application using AWS Amplify, a set of tools and services including a web hosting service. In the first module, you’ll build and host a React application on AWS. Through the remaining 4 modules, you will initialize a local app using the CLI, add authentication, add a GraphQL API and database, and update your app to store images.
Launch a Web Application with AWS Elastic Beanstalk
This step-by-step guide will help you get a sample PHP application up and running with AWS Elastic Beanstalk (EB). EB supports other languages besides PHP, such as Java, .NET, Node.JS, Python, Ruby, Docker, and Go, but the focus of this tutorial will be on PHP (other languages will follow the same process). You will first configure your EB application, then setup your EB environment where your application will be launched into.
Launch a Linux Virtual Machine
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) is the Amazon Web Service you use to create and run virtual machines in the cloud. AWS calls these virtual machines 'instances'. This step-by-step guide will help you successfully launch a Linux virtual machine on Amazon EC2 within our AWS Free Tier.
Launch a WordPress Website
This tutorial shows you how to launch and configure a WordPress instance on Lightsail. It includes steps to connect to your instance by using SSH, sign in to your WordPress website, create a static IP and attach it to your instance, create a DNS zone, and map it to your instance. When you're done with this tutorial, you will have the fundamentals to get your WordPress website up and running in Amazon Lightsail.