Tutorial: How to Deploy a Drupal Site Using Amazon RDS
The merits of the Drupal content management system (CMS) are pretty well known. Drupal can be used to deploy any high-volume websites like corporate websites, political campaigns, government sites, and blogs. The composable nature and modular structure of Drupal allow developers to easily curate websites to the peculiar needs of the website owners.
A tutorial published by Amazon Web Services (AWS) explains how to deploy a Drupal website using AWS services. The tutorial describes setting up a Drupal site using the Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS). According to the tutorial, using a fully managed database hosting solution like Amazon RDS helps in offloading a lot of database maintenance work.
The tutorial is split into 5 comprehensive modules. Learners can go through the modules to grasp the process at their own pace. The following are the learning modules:
- Creating a Database with RDS
- Creating an EC2 Instance
- Configuring Your RDS Database
- Configuring Drupal on EC2
- Clean-up and Next Steps
Follow this link to access the tutorial.
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