Our new deployment solution for Laravel 10, 9, or 8 on AWS has some super flexible features. aMiSTACX understands that developers may want to jump right in and build a frontend with the Laravel backend without having to waste time figuring out how to install React or Node and build the server stack. Our G6F… Continue reading React.JS and Node.JS deploy for Laravel
Although the AWS t3a instance type has been out since 2019, we decided to add the EC2 instance type class to our deployment solutions. The simple reason is that many of our customers use our deployment solutions for development work, tutorials, and for demos. These customers do not require max CPU availability that would be… Continue reading Reduce AWS Hosting Costs t3a Class
aMiSTACX is pleased to announce a new deployment* package for Magento 2.4.6p2 Open Source on AWS. This particular deployment marks a whole new deployment processing framework that incorporates many new features for deployment speed and stability. New features for this aMiSTACX packaged deployment solution: Also, we have improved stack cleanup, and added additional encryption on… Continue reading Magento 2.4.6p2 Open Source Deployment on AWS
Watching AWS costs with our A51 Monitoring & Control Dashboard. aMiSTACX’s A51 dashboard now includes a billing module. This module was specifically designed to help you keep an eye on your AWS costs. Features Overview: How to Enable A51 Features for AWS: Because AWS treats billing as a highly private reporting mechanism, A51 cannot fully… Continue reading Reduce AWS Costs : Part II
Before you can deploy a stack from AWS or from AWS Marketplace, you must have an SSH key. Normally you will want to create a key for every siloed service that you want to deploy, e.g., development, stage, and production environments. Step 1. Go to the region/zone you will be using for your deployment. Then… Continue reading How to create an AWS SSH Key Pair
Our calculator is very basic, and it is intended only to provide a general approximate cost per month using pre-defined deployment packages. To reduce AWS hosting costs, you may want to consider AWS reserved instances. An advanced AWS calculator can be found here. EC2 Instance class info here, and RDS here.
Amazon AWS Marketplace available packaged stack deployments via aMiSTACX : Laravel 10 : aMiSTACX G6F Laravel 10.x deployment via aMiSTACX G6 Flexibility! This pcakaged stack brings you simplistic deployment and configuration while increasing performance. Performance features such as Apache or NGINX, PHP 8.1, MySQL 8, Redis, HTTP2, phpMyAdmin, and more. Deployment time in about 5… Continue reading AWS Hosting Turnkey Deployments
We provide turnkey Ubuntu® Server developer application stacks for deployment on Amazon AWS. A perfect DIY hosting solution for your next development project, or to serve as the foundation for a migration endpoint on AWS. DIY hybrid hosting offers a lot more freedom and privacy than Big Brother hosting providers.
We also include our A51 Monitoring & Control dashboard that will allow you to monitor and control your AWS empire. Our supported deployments start as little as 0.038 hr, pay as you go, stop any time.
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Of the course of many years, certain deployment packages get retired. Sun-setting as they call it in AWS. Maybe a package was replaced by another stack, maybe we no longer find it economically feasible to provide a certain deployment stack. Maybe there is little interest in a stack series, or the stack is obsolete. For… Continue reading aMiSTACX Stack Sunset Listing
Although you are responsible for your AWS and aMiSTACX environment, we wanted to put together an abbreviated post deployment checklist to help remind you of areas that are commonly overlooked for security and performance.