How to deploy a lemp production-ready bitnami stack on AWS using Cloudformation?

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how to deploy a lemp production-ready bitnami stack on AWS using CLoudformation?

Hi @Eynerl

Thanks for using Bitnami LAMP!

Could you please check out this guide?
https://docs.bitnami.com/aws-templates/infrastructure/lamp-production-ready/get-started/launch-production-ready-deployment/

Best regards,
Jose Antonio Carmona


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Thanks @jcarmona,

I had already checked that tutorial, and is definetively very helpfull, but it's for LAMP.

I haven't found a Cloudformation template for LEMP stack ready for production. Any help on this will be appreciated!

Hi again! I apologise for the misunderstanding. Unfortunately, we do not offer a LEMP Multi Tier solution, so we don’t have a guide covering that. You can check the available platforms here:

https://bitnami.com/stack/nginx

Best regards,
Jose Antonio Carmona


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Thanks again Jose,

Multi tier is not a must for me.

On the other hand I found a Cloudformation template that could be adapted to install a bitnami LEMP stack, but I need the bash code to install the full stack, or the full list of commands to install the complete stack, so I can code the bash.

this is the one I like to install: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00NPHKI3Y?ref=cns_srchrow

Thanks in advance!

Regards,
Eyner Lopez

Hi @Eynerl

I am afraid we do not provide assistance for building custom CloudFormation templates. In that case, you may check out the official documentation from AWS.

A couple of options you may have are:

1) Using the AMI of NGINX in your CloudFormation Template
2) Using the Bitnami NGINX installer for Linux once you have deployed your instances using a template

What are your thoughts on this? Thanks for your info!

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Jose Antonio Carmona


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