Michael is an IT Consultant, Web Enthusiast and advocate for open source technologies with a strong focus on the enterprise content management system TYPO3. He holds a master’s degree in computer sciences, is a regular writer for technical journals and published three books as a co-author.
Currently based in Melbourne (Australia), Michael consults with clients across the globe to achieve best outcomes in the digital space, web hosting, IT infrastructure, IT security and cloud computing/storage with Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Among the wide range of options for professional TYPO3 hosting in the cloud is AWS Elastic Beanstalk; an easy-to-use service for deploying and scaling web applications. Learn more about this solution and how to deploy TYPO3 instances in this article.
The previous part of this guest article focused on the machine images available at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace and the benefits of cloud-based TYPO3 hosting with AWS generally. This part explains how to launch a machine image with TYPO3 pre-installed and which other services can make a TYPO3 site highly available, scalable and blazing fast.
Running mission critical web applications in "the cloud" is nothing extraordinary today anymore and as the market leader, Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides cloud computing platforms and services in many regions across the globe. Learn more about the benefits, costs and typical use cases of cloud-based TYPO3 hosting at AWS in part one of a two-part-series.