Setup a Load Balanced WordPress Website on AWS EC2 – Part 2

Setup a Load Balanced WordPress Website on AWS EC2. Learn how to setup your WordPress application to handle high traffic with auto-scaling capabilities on AWS with Elastic Load Balancing.

In this full guide you will install WordPress configure your website to use AWS S3 for media files create Amazon Machine Image setup template create a launch configuration configure auto-scaling group to manage live traffic and setup RDS for your database.

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With the Part 1 you must have configured AWS EC2 RDS Route 53 and installed WordPress.

Now in this part you will configure the remaining process to complete the high availability setup.

Now you need to create a AWS S3 bucket and configure WordPress to use it.

Go to Services gtgt Storage gtgt S3 and click Create Bucket.

Enter Bucket name choose the region.

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