These notes assume you have Apache installed and working on EC2 with Amazon Linux, but it’s fairly similar for other versions of Linux.
Install OpenSSL and the Apache Connector
This will bring up the default key that was create when you installed OpenSSL.
Once the request has been generated and sent to your certificate authority they will send you back two .crt files. One is the domain cert and one is the bundle cert. You can rename them to domain-name.crt and domain-name-bundle.crt.
It’s important to change the permissions on the file for Apache and OpenSSL will not work.
Configure Apache SSL
This allows one SSL Domain on the server. If you want to have more than one SSL domain on the server it’s a bit more setup. I’ll cover that in a different post.