Can I use a single CloudFront web distribution to serve content from multiple origins using multiple behaviors?
Last updated: 2019-04-05
Can I use a single Amazon CloudFront web distribution to serve content from multiple origins using multiple behaviors?
Yes, you can configure a single CloudFront web distribution to serve different types of requests from multiple origins. For example, if you are building a website that serves static content from an Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) bucket and dynamic content from a load balancer, you can serve both types of content from a CloudFront web distribution.
Follow these steps to configure a CloudFront web distribution to serve static content from an S3 bucket and dynamic content from a load balancer:
- Open your web distribution from the CloudFront console.
- Choose the Origins view.
- Create one origin for your S3 bucket, and another origin for your load balancer.
Note: If you're using a custom origin server or an S3 website endpoint, you must enter the origin's domain name into the Origin Domain Name field.
- From your distribution, choose the Behaviors view.
- Create a behavior that specifies a path pattern to route all static content requests to the S3 bucket. For example, you can set the "images/*.jpg" path pattern to route all requests for ".jpg" files in the images directory to the S3 bucket.
- Edit the Default (*) path pattern behavior and set its Origin as your load balancer.