With Amazon Light sail with a couple of clicks we can choose a configuration from a menu and launch a virtual machine preconfigured with SSD-based storage,DNS management,and a static IP address.
We can launch it on Amazon Linux AMI or Ubuntu operating system,developer stack(LAMP,LEMP, MEAN,or Node.js),or application(Drupal,Joomla,Redmine,GitLab,and many others),with flat- rate pricing plans that start at $5 per month including a generous allowance for data transfer.
Steps to launch Light sail Instance
1.Select the Light sail from Compute Service
2. Select the create instance option.
3. Select the region and zone,then select the platform and a blueprint what instance what application we required. Now am going to launch WordPress website
Then choose instance plan,am selecting $5/Month.
4. And give a name for your instance and select Create option
5. When the instance is ready select the connect option and you’ll get a console.
6. We’ll get a public IP address by using that Public IP,we can access the WP website.
7. We will get a default template,if you want to customize that we have to log into the Admin panel. Here I’ve entered public IP the browser. In bottom corner, We will get Manage button,select that to login.
8. Default username is user and to get the password am connecting to the instance and entering command as below image. Selection Login option.
9. After connecting the instance give ls command you’ll find bit name_application_password file,open it with cat command you’ll get password to login,note it and enter in the login page.
10. Give the username and password in the listed fields.
11. After authenticating, we’ll login to the WP website and we can start customizing the website and select the Publish then the changes will update immediately.
12. If you want to manage your instance you can select the Manage option and you’ll get the options to view the Metrics,Networking,Snapshots for backup,History and Delete options
13. You can delete it anytime,by Delete option.
More Information :https://www.fgrade.com/aws/