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I had to solve this problem and created a commercial app for Windows called BucketBacker. It can help you create set & forget scheduled backups of all your buckets. You can try it free for 2 weeks at bucketbacker.com
you need to pay for cloudfront+ssl in order for that to work. There is no way you can serve a s3 bucket wiith your own domain. You can use amazon's https host for your bucket though and that would work.
Do you use Cloudflare with "Flexible SSL" or "Full SSL"? For "Full SSL", this works for me: Try following this guide https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/200168926-How-do-I-use-CloudFlare-with-Amazon-s-S3-Service- You should have an Amazon Bucket URL that is e.g. https://cdn.example.com.s3.amazonaws.com and you actually want ...
You lose much of the benefit of moving the static files to S3 if you don't want to change the links, as this means you'll still need to run kind of reverse proxy to route requests correctly to either S3 or your EC2 instance, depending on whether it's a static file or not. That being said, there are plenty of recipes for hooking up e.g. nginx as a reverse ...
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