Use Federalist for publishing static sites. See the Federalist homepage for more information.
- Within TTS: Likely free, but check with #federalist on Slack with your use case.
- External to TTS: Check out the Federalist website for pricing.
If you are publishing a new site through Federalist and it’s not connecting to any APIs or third-party services beyond public API calls from the browser (i.e. it’s a simple static site), the site is considered part of that system, so it does not require its own ATO (source). Note: Technically, static site builders are just adding a collection of pages in an existing system. Therefore, from an ATO perspective, “sites” created through Federalist remain within the security boundary, and thus ATO.
To make a new Federalist site public (and covered under the ATO), see the custom domain setup instructions.