How to use Google's mod_pagespeed module with AWS Beanstalk?

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I'm using AWS Beanstalk for my Django/Python application, and I would like to use Google's mod_pagespeed module. Is it possible to install and run mod_pagespeed using the .ebextensions/.config file?

Dec 28, 2018 in AWS by Archana
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It's simple. You need to first download the package. In next step add rpm to your ebextensions directory. Create a  .config file in the .ebextensions directory and add suitable commands. 

Lastly, swap "mod-pagespeed.rpm" for whatever the actual rpm file name is

answered Dec 28, 2018 by datageek
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