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What you’ll learn
  • the necessary cloud infrastructure resources on which the Admin Area project application relies on
  • what does the Admin Area project application represent

The Admin Area Project Application

The Admin Area project application represents, as the name itself suggests, your administration area, which is a simple React single-page-application (SPA).

With only two cloud infrastructure resources, the Amazon CloudFront and Amazon S3, hosting single page applications is simple, and most importantly, cost-effective.


For brevity, the diagram doesn’t include network-level cloud infrastructure resources, like region, VPC, availability zones, and so on. Check out the Deployment Modes section if you’re interested in that aspect of the deployed cloud infrastructure.

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The diagram gives an overview of the complete cloud infrastructure that’s needed to host the Admin Area application.

As we can see, it consists of two resources - Amazon CloudFront A and Amazon S3 bucket B.

In the upcoming Serving Application Files section, we examine how the Admin Area application is served to actual users.