As an alternative to publishing our pages using GitHub Pages, we can also serve static sites using Amazon S2. Amazon S3 is a data storage service provided by Amazon. It can be used to store files of any kind, and in particular, to store and serve static websites. Amazon S3 stores data with 99.99 percent availability and scales well in terms of storage capacity, number of requests, and users. It also provides fine-grained control access, allowing you to store sensible data.
The pricing depends on how much data you store and how many access requests are made, but it starts at less than 0.1 USD per GB per month, and there is a free tier available to use the platform at no charge to store up to 5 GB (and 20,000 requests per month). In this section, we will assume that you have an Amazon Web Services account. If you don't, you can sign up at http://aws.amazon.com/ and create an account.