LEMP stack is a group of open source software to get web servers up and running. The acronym stands for Linux, nginx (pronounced Engine x), MySQL, and PHP.
NGINX over the last years has grown exponentially in the amount of sites using it for their web hosting needs. An actively developed Open Source application NGINX, is capable of working as a reverse proxy for IMAP, POP3, SMTP, HTTP and of course as a normal web server. A difference between NGINX and Apache is that NGINX makes use of a asynchronous even-driven approach when it comes to handling all requests. Where Apache will default to threaded or process oriented handling of the requests. Currently stats show NGINX is the 3rd most popular web server in the world, with Apache and IIS being ahead. It has the 2nd Market share of the top million busiest site.
The IAANSYS LEMP Stack is a server stack that greatly simplifies the installation of LEMP.
It includes ready-to-run versions of Nginx, PHP-FPM and MySQL.
Also it has ready-to-run version of Passenger for Ruby application and uWSGI for Python application.
It includes Sensu Client for easy monitoring with Sensu Server.
If you already have an AWS account simply click one of the links below to deploy a IAANSYS Stack on Amazon EC2.
Default access information
Username : ubuntu
Use your ssh private key for login.
All initial passwords are the Instance ID of the corresponding Instance
e.g. ) i-f4c446fd
Instance ID can be checked from EC2 Management Console.
MySQL admin user is called ‘root’, and its password is also the Instance ID.
The default non-root account used to access the database is named ‘lemp’, and its password is also the Instance ID.