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How To: Configure AWS Lambda to Automatically Invalidate CloudFront Objects

By |2019-05-24T10:15:14-06:00April 8th, 2019|Amazon Web Services|

Download Introduction One common issue when taking advantage of the Amazon Cloud to optimize your website is the lack of necessary cache-control headers. If you run your website through Google Insights, one of the most common suggestions many website administrators will see is "Leverage Browser Caching." This is challenging when storing static assets in AWS S3 simply because there [...]

UPDATED: How To: Configure AWS Lambda to Automatically Set Cache-Control Headers on S3 Objects

By |2019-05-24T10:16:20-06:00February 27th, 2017|Amazon Web Services, Downloads, Web Design & Development|

One common issue when taking advantage of the Amazon Cloud to optimize your website is the lack of necessary cache-control headers. If you run your website through Google Insights, one of the most common suggestions many website administrators will see is "Leverage Browser Caching."

AWS Route 53: Easy Vanity (Whitelabel) Nameservers

By |2019-05-24T10:17:27-06:00March 19th, 2016|Amazon Web Services, Web Design & Development|

Vanity nameservers are used when you want to hide your nameservers in WHOIS search results. This is beneficial in the event you want to hide where your web space & DNS services are hosted, or to just present a more professional appearance. When hosting your DNS services with Amazon Web Services Route 53, they will assign each hosted zone (DNS record set) four nameservers.