AWS

cloudfront

  1. Save data in S3, make it public
  2. Services -> cloudfront -> Distributions

Create Distribution -> get start

Origin Settings

  • Origin Domain Name <-
  • Origin Path <-
  • Origin ID <-
  • Origin Custom HeadersHeader NameValue <-

Default Cache Behavior Settings

Path Pattern Default (*)

Viewer Protocol Policy

  • HTTP and HTTPS
  • Redirect HTTP to HTTPS
  • HTTPS Only <-

Allowed HTTP Methods

  • GET, HEAD <-
  • GET, HEAD, OPTIONS
  • GET, HEAD, OPTIONS, PUT, POST, PATCH, DELETE Field-level Encryption Config

Cached HTTP Methods

  • GET, HEAD (Cached by default) <-

Cache and origin request settings

  • Use a cache policy and origin request policy <-
  • Use legacy cache settings

Cache Policy

  • Managed-CachingOptimized or Create a new policy <-
  • View policy details

Origin Request Policy

  • Create a new policy or View policy details <-

Smooth Streaming

  • Yes
  • No <-

Restrict Viewer Access (Use Signed URLs or Signed Cookies)

  • Yes <-
  • No

Compress Objects Automatically

  • Yes <-
  • No

Lambda Function Associations <- default

  • CloudFront Event ViewerRequest ViewerResponse Origin Request Origin Resonse
  • Lambda Function ARN
  • Include Body

Enable Real-time Logs

  • Yes
  • No

Distribution Settings

  • Price Class
  • Use All Edge Locations (Best Performance)
  • AWS WAF Web ACL

Alternate Domain Names (CNAMEs)

SSL Certificate

  • Default CloudFront Certificate (*.cloudfront.net)
  • Custom SSL Certificate (example.com): <- You can use a certificate stored in AWS Certificate Manager (ACM) in the US East (N. Virginia) Region, or you can use a certificate stored in IAM. Request or Import a Certificate with ACMLearn more about using custom SSL/TLS certificates with CloudFront. Learn more about using ACM.

Supported HTTP Versions

  • HTTP/2, HTTP/1.1, HTTP/1.0
  • HTTP/1.1, HTTP/1.0

Default Root Object <-

Standard Logging

  • On
  • Off <-

S3 Bucket for Logs <- Log Prefix <-

Cookie Logging

  • On
  • Off Enable IPv6 <- yes

Distribution State

  • Enabled
  • Disabled

NAT Gateway

EIPなしで、外部のネットワークにアクセスには、NAT Gatewayを通る必要がある

手順

aws -> vpc -> NAT Gateways -> create NAT Gateway

VPC -> Route Talbes

0.0.0.0/0 nat-0019f023efe84762a

cognito

cognito with Azure AD

You can enable your users who already have accounts with OpenID Connect (OIDC) identity providers (IdPs) (like Salesforce or Ping Identity, we are going to use azure activy directory - ADD) to skip the sign-up step—and sign in to your application using an existing account. With the built-in hosted web UI, Amazon Cognito provides token handling and management for all authenticated users, so your backend systems can standardize on one set of user pool tokens.

overview

docs.xxxxdata.com

  1. S3
  2. CloudFont
  3. ACM (better in same region)
  4. Configure DNS