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I have a couple of static sites. One of them is hosted in GitHub using GitHub pages but I need to find another host for the other static sites. I was thinking AWS would be a good plan but then I was thinking about how to actually push changes to Amazon S3 to update the website. So my question is as follows: if I create a new git remote repo which points to a Git repo hosted on AWS CodeCommit I could then use AWS CodePipeline to push the changes to Amazon S3 which then update the site. I've checked out prices and it seems quite cheap.

Does this seem like a reasonable option?
 
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you can check out cloudflare as well, either just as basic dns / ssl / cache in front of your AWS site to minimise any costs


or using it to do the full page hosting, but might need to rework the site a bit to work with their spec

 
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you can check out cloudflare as well, either just as basic dns / ssl / cache in front of your AWS site to minimise any costs


or using it to do the full page hosting, but might need to rework the site a bit to work with their spec

Cloudflare Pages looks amazing. Thank you. That looks exactly what I want.
 
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