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“The Apache HTTP server has established itself as a cornerstone, serving numerous websites across various domains and ranking among the most popular open-source applications. The provided Amazon Machine Image (AMI) seamlessly integrates the latest Apache HTTP server software into the chosen Linux distribution, ensuring it remains up-to-date with the latest OS patches. Instances created from this AMI are immediately prepared for cluster integration or further customization.

Additionally, the AMI includes PHP and its associated modules, including those facilitating secure MySQL client connections. This empowers PHP applications to establish remote connections with MySQL-compatible databases, such as AWS RDS Aurora and MariaDB. If a local database is required, it is advisable to consider an alternative AMI, such as the LAMP stack version. Furthermore, the AMI comes for seamless compatibility with Ansible, streamlining node management.

A wide selection of software applications is available, including popular choices like WordPress, Jenkins, various databases, components of the LAMP stack, Ansible, DevOps tools, and monitoring solutions. These applications enjoy widespread recognition among system administrators and DevOps engineers. For specific Linux distributions, there are also hardened images available, tailored to align with CIS benchmark standards. Notably, the AMIs adhere rigorously to official installation guidelines, eliminating the need for users to delve into custom configurations when additional setup tasks arise.”