The benefits on this page apply to regular, full-time employees.
Amazon’s benefits can vary by location, the number of regularly scheduled hours you work, length of employment, and job status such as seasonal or temporary employment.
Our Medical plan options give you the flexibility to select the right health care coverage for you and eligible family members. Choose from several plans, including a Health Savings Account (with employee and employer contributions), and multiple network providers for the best care in your area. You can also enroll in Dental and Vision plans as well as a Flexible Spending Accounts for health and dependent care.
- Amazon’s 401(k) plan provides you an opportunity to defer compensation for your long-term savings and includes a company match. The plan offers a variety of investment options to help you reach your financial goals.
- Company-paid basic Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance with the option to enroll in additional coverage for you and your dependents.
- Company-paid Short-Term and Long-Term Disability.
Restricted Stock Units (RSUs)
At Amazon, most employees have the ability to become owners of the company through the granting and vesting of Restricted Stock Units. Amazon is continually evaluating new ways to provide other types of ownership opportunities for all employees.
Network of Support
Amazon cares about your health and well-being, both on and off the job. The following benefits are available at no cost to help make life a little bit easier.
- Amazon’s free Employee Assistance Program provides confidential 24/7 support, resources and referrals for every aspect of work and personal life.
- We offer online resources for parents whose children struggle with developmental disabilities, as well as help finding child and elder care referrals and assistance.
- Employees have access to financial counseling, estate planning and other services in the event of a life-threatening illness or death.
Amazon offers adoption assistance for qualified domestic and international adoption expenses including attorney fees, court costs, and travel.
Maternity and Parental Leave
Amazon offers a range of fully paid Maternity and Parental Leave options for parents prior to, and following, the birth or adoption of a child. This includes our industry unique “Leave Share” option and a flexible return-to-work program known as “Ramp Back.” Parental options require at least one year of continuous service by the date of a child’s birth or adoption placement. Learn more here.
Regular time away from work is essential for employees to recharge and renew. Employees earn paid time off in addition to company paid holidays.
Amazon.com Employee Discount
Employees receive an annual discount on products sold and shipped by Amazon.com.
The Amazon Career Choice Program is an innovative program offered to hourly employees. The program pre-pays 95% of the cost of tuition, textbooks, and related fees so the employee can focus on their studies and not the expense. Career Choice allows employees to develop in-demand skills for professions of the future, including medical technicians, paralegals, robotics engineers and solar panel installation professionals.
The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an organization.
For more information about ARNs in Organizations, see ARN Formats Supported by Organizations in the AWS Service Authorization Reference.
Do not use. This field is deprecated and doesn't provide complete information about the policies in your organization.
To determine the policies that are enabled and available for use in your organization, use the ListRoots operation instead.
Type: Array of PolicyTypeSummary objects
Specifies the functionality that currently is available to the organization. If set to "ALL", then all features are enabled and policies can be applied to accounts in the organization. If set to "CONSOLIDATED_BILLING", then only consolidated billing functionality is available. For more information, see Enabling All Features in Your Organization in the AWS Organizations User Guide.
The unique identifier (ID) of an organization.
The regex pattern for an organization ID string requires "o-" followed by from 10 to 32 lowercase letters or digits.
The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the account that is designated as the management account for the organization.
For more information about ARNs in Organizations, see ARN Formats Supported by Organizations in the AWS Service Authorization Reference.
The email address that is associated with the AWS account that is designated as the management account for the organization.
Length Constraints: Minimum length of 6. Maximum length of 64.
The unique identifier (ID) of the management account of an organization.
The regex pattern for an account ID string requires exactly 12 digits.
Length Constraints: Maximum length of 12.
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AWS Activate FAQ
Q. What can I use AWS credits for?
AWS is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform, offering over 200 fully featured services from data centers globally. You can use your AWS credits for AWS services from infrastructure technologies like compute, storage, and databases–to emerging technologies, such as machine learning and artificial intelligence, data lakes and analytics, and Internet of Things. For a comprehensive list of eligible services, please review the lowermost section of the credits page here after receiving your AWS Activate welcome email.
Q. What’s not covered by AWS credits?
AWS credits cannot be applied to any fees or charges for Amazon Mechanical Turk, Ineligible AWS Support, AWS Marketplace, Amazon Route 53 domain name registration or transfer, any Services for mining for cryptocurrency, or any upfront fee for any Services such as Savings Plans and Reserved Instances (collectively, “Ineligible Services”). Any other service not listed in the AWS Billing and Cost Management Console is not covered by AWS credits.
Q. How do I use my AWS credits?
No action is required from you to activate your AWS credits. AWS credits offset eligible AWS Services fees and charges incurred during or following the billing cycle in which you receive the credits. You can view, track, and monitor your AWS credits in the Activate Console and the AWS Billing and Cost Management Console.
Q. How are my AWS credits applied to Reserved Instances or Saving Plans?
AWS credits are applied to Reserved Instances and Saving Plans the same way as other AWS Services. Upfront fees for Reserved Instances and Savings Plans are not covered by AWS credits.
Q. Where can I find details about my AWS credits including credit usage?
You can find details about your AWS credits including the exact credit amount, their expiration date, remaining balance, and the applicable AWS services on the lowermost section of the credits page on the AWS Billing and Cost Management Console and the credits section of the AWS Activate Console.
Q. How are my AWS credits applied against my bill? Can I use them to cover historical AWS bills?
AWS credits in your AWS account are applied only to offset eligible AWS Services fees and charges incurred during or following the billing cycle in which you receive the credits. AWS credits cannot be used to offset or cover historical AWS bills. For example, if your AWS credits are issued in your AWS account in the month of May, your AWS credits will not count against your AWS bills from April or previous months.
Q. Why did I receive a different amount of AWS credits than what I applied for?
If your startup has previously received AWS credits from AWS Activate, and you are applying for additional credits which is a larger amount than what you have received thus far, you will receive the difference between the two AWS credit awards. For example, if you received $5,000 USD in AWS credits, and you subsequently applied for $25,000 USD in AWS credits, you will receive $20,000 USD in AWS credits if approved. If you are applying for a smaller amount of AWS credits than what you have already received, or if you have already reached the maximum lifetime value of AWS credits of $100,000 USD, your application will be declined.
Q. How long are AWS credits valid?
AWS credit awards are valid for one or two years from the date your AWS credits are issued. AWS support credits are valid for 1 year. To view your AWS credits’ expiration date, please visit the credits page of the AWS Billing and Cost Management Console or log into the AWS Activate Console.
Q. My AWS credits were used by mistake. Can I get more credits?
Unfortunately, the AWS Activate team is unable to apply more AWS credits to your account.
Q. Can I transfer or sell my AWS credits?
No. AWS credits cannot be transferred into another AWS account. You may not sell, license, rent, or transfer AWS credits. If you violate this policy, your AWS credits will be revoked. For more information, please refer to the AWS Activate Terms & Conditions.
Q. Can I share my AWS credits with associated accounts? How are AWS credits shared among parent and child accounts?
If you have enabled credit sharing in the AWS Billing and Cost Management Console, your AWS credits may be used by the parent account as well as any associated child accounts. If you wish to activate or deactivate credit sharing across your accounts, please follow the instructions here. Please note: credit sharing goes into effect the month after it was requested (the beginning of the next billing cycle).
Q. I have seen AWS Activate advertising up to $100,000 USD in AWS credits, but my AWS Activate Provider is only advertising $5,000 USD. How do I become eligible for the $100,000 USD in AWS credits?
Each AWS Activate Provider offers a different and in some cases, multiple AWS credit awards. In order to receive a larger amount of AWS credits, you must be associated with an AWS Activate provider that offers a larger AWS credit award.
Q. I have received multiple AWS Activate Portfolio offers that vary in credit amounts from the same AWS Activate Provider e.g. $5,000 USD, $25,000 USD, and $100,000 USD. If I accept one, will that make me ineligible for the others?
You can apply for AWS Activate Portfolio more than once as long as each application is 1) for a greater amount of AWS credits than your previous approved application, 2) you haven’t received the maximum lifetime value of $100,000 in AWS credits not including AWS Support credits, 3) you still meet the program criteria and 4) have a valid Org ID. For example, if you apply for and receive $100,000 USD in AWS credits, you are ineligible for additional AWS credit awards through Activate. If you apply for and receive $5,000 USD in AWS credits, you can apply for $25,000 USD in AWS credits as long as you are still affiliated with the Activate Provider at time of application. If approved you will receive $20,000 USD in AWS credits bringing you up to $25,000 USD in AWS credits.
Q. I am associated with an Activate Provider that offers $100,000 in AWS credits from Activate. When applying I selected the $25,000 in AWS credits option over the $100,000 option. Can I apply again for the same offer, but this time pick the $100,000 in AWS credits so I can be topped up to $100,000?
You are only able to apply for and redeem an Activate Providers’ offer (same Org ID) once. You may apply for a different offer (different Org ID) from the same or different Activate Provider as long as the credit amount is greater than the one previously received.
Q. My credits are about to expire. Can you extend the expiration date of my AWS credits?
The AWS Activate team is unable to extend the expiration date of AWS credits, even if there are remaining credits left unused.
Q. Can my AWS credits be refunded or re-issued?
AWS credits cannot be refunded or re-issued into your AWS Account, even if your AWS credits were incorrectly used or accidentally consumed.
AWS Support Credits
Q. I received AWS Developer Support credits as part of my AWS Activate Founders benefits. Do I need to do anything to activate them?
Yes. First ensure you have a valid credit card associated with your AWS account. Next, choose “Select a Support Plan” on the AWS Developer Support page. Then, select "Change Plan" on the Support Plans page. This will enroll you into the AWS Developer Support plan. Once you have enrolled, your AWS Support plan credits are ready to be used. If you already have an AWS Developer Support plan, your AWS Support credits will be applied against your existing AWS Developer Support plan, starting on the date you receive your welcome email. Please monitor your usage and the expiration date of your AWS Developer Support credits. To avoid incurring an unintended fee when your credits have expired or been consumed, please downgrade to AWS Basic Support. The instructions to downgrade to AWS Basic Support can be found here.
Q. I received AWS Business Support credits as part of my AWS Activate Portfolio benefits. Do I need to subscribe to the AWS Business Support plan to use them?
No, you will be automatically enrolled into AWS Business Support on the day you receive your Welcome to Activate email. Please note - the AWS Activate team is unable to enroll multiple AWS accounts in AWS Business Support.
Q. I have received AWS Business Support credits as part of my AWS Activate Portfolio benefits. What happens if I already have an AWS Support plan?
If you are already enrolled into one of the AWS Support plans, we are unable to automatically enroll your AWS account into AWS Business Support. To enroll, please downgrade to AWS Basic Support then submit a request to enroll by contacting Activate.
Q. How do I open a support case using my AWS Support credits?
Your AWS Support credits are automatically added to your account. You may need to enroll into AWS Support so please check your Welcome to Activate email for additional information. Once enrolled, sign into the AWS Support Center. If your AWS Support credits have expired or been consumed, you will be unable to open a support case for free. For more information on AWS Support, click here.
Q. How does billing for AWS Support plans work?
AWS Support is billed once a month and is equal to a percentage of your total AWS Service charges for the corresponding month. Your AWS Support credits will offset your bill, until your AWS credits expire or have been consumed (whichever comes first). To learn more, click here.
Q. Can I use my AWS Support credits to cover AWS Business, Enterprise, or Reseller support plans or AWS Service bills?
No. AWS Support credits only cover the corresponding AWS Support plan the credits were issued under.
Q. What happens if my AWS Support credits run out or expire, but my AWS Support plan is still active?
If you consume all of your AWS Support credits, you will be charged for the cost of your AWS Support plan that is not covered by your Support credits. If you do not wish to continue with your Support plan, please stop the plan and downgrade to AWS Basic Support. The instructions to downgrade to Basic Support can be found here. For questions related to billing and support plans, contact AWS Customer Support.
Q. How do I know when my AWS Support credits are expiring?
Please refer to your billing and credit usage on the AWS Activate Console or the AWS Billing and Cost Management Console to determine when your AWS Support credits expire. Your AWS Support credits can also be exhausted before they expire. If you exhaust your AWS Support credits and you don’t wish to continue with your AWS Support Plan, you must downgrade to AWS Basic Support to avoid incurring a fee. The instructions to downgrade to AWS Basic Support can be found here.
Q. Can I extend my AWS Support plan credits?
No. AWS Support plan credits can't be extended.
Q. Can I get more AWS Support credits?
The AWS Activate team is unable to apply more AWS Support credits to your account.
Q. Why did I not receive AWS Business Support credits?
Activate members can only benefit from AWS Business support credits one time only (first approved application). If you’ve received additional AWS credits through a subsequent application, you are not eligible to benefit from Business Support again.
AWS Activate Provider
Q. What is an AWS Activate Provider?
An AWS Activate Provider is a venture capital firm, angel investor, accelerator, incubator, or other startup-enabling organization that has partnered with AWS Activate to provide Activate benefits to their affiliated startups.
Q. I'm associated with a startup-enabling organization that’s not currently working with AWS Activate. Can they apply to become an AWS Activate Provider?
Yes. Please refer them to the AWS Activate Provider webpage where they can learn more andapply. After we receive their application, a member of our startup team will contact them within seven to ten business days.
Q. How do I update my contact information or find out more information about my AWS Activate benefits?
Please reach out to your AWS representative.
Q. I submitted an AWS Activate Provider application and I have not received an update after 10 business days. Where can I get help?
Please submit a request by contacting Activate.
AWS Activate Console
Q. What is the Activate Console?
The Activate Console is a free AWS service to help startups build, grow, and scale on AWS. It provides personalized and recommended business and technical content, exclusive member-only offers, Build on AWS templates, and the ability to track and monitor your AWS credits. Please click here to log in.
Q. Who can access the Activate Console? Do I need to do anything to get access?
The Activate Console is open to Activate members both past and present. To access the Activate Console, log into the AWS Console, and select "Activate for Startups" under Customer Enablement on the service menu. You can also navigate to the Activate Console by visiting the AWS Activate website and clicking on “Log into the Activate Console.” If you are unable to log in, confirm that your account has the Activate Console IAM permission (activate:*) attached. This will enable you to view the Activate Console home page. To learn how to attach a policy to an IAM user, see Working with Policies.
Q. Is the Activate Console available globally?
Yes, the Activate Console is available globally except mainland China.
Q. What languages are supported?
The Activate Console is available in all AWS supported languages.
Q. What type of resources can I expect to find in the Activate Console?
There are various business and technical resources, including:
- A cost and credit summary to view, track and monitor your AWS credits including expiry dates.
- Personalized recommendation feed that recommends relevant AWS services, guides, training resources, startup programs, customer acquisition opportunities, and more.
- Exclusive offers and discounts to help grow your business.
- A Tech Hub that shows real-time updates on the health of your AWS environment, new and relevant AWS services, and 1-1 technical support options.
Q. How can I make the Activate Console more personalized to my needs?
Please update your Activate startup profile page. This will ensure we’re surfacing content most relevant to you.
Q. My credits have expired, but I was previously an active AWS Activate Portfolio member. Can I access the Activate Console?
Yes. All former Activate members can access the Activate Console. Please click here to log in.
Q. Do I need an AWS account to view the Activate Console?
Yes, the Activate Console is located within the AWS Management Console. Please use the AWS account associated with AWS Activate. If you have an AWS account but it isn’t active, contact AWS Customer Support.
Q. Can I invite other startups I know to the Activate Console?
The Activate Console is currently only open to current and former Activate members. Please encourage other startups to apply for AWS Activate.
Q. I am an Activate Provider, can I use the Activate Console?
The Activate Console is open to Activate Portfolio and Founders - both current and former members.
Q. Can my team members also access the Activate Console?
Yes. In order for other users to have access to the Activate Console, they will need to 1) create an IAM user or use an existing IAM user account associated with your AWS account. For more information, see Creating an IAM User in the IAM user guide, and 2) grant the IAM user access to AWS Activate with the Activate Console IAM permission (activate:*) attached. To learn how to attach a policy to an IAM user, see Working with Policies.
Q. Are there specific IAM user roles I need to enable to access all resources on the Activate Console?
Yes. Access to the Activate Console is limited to accounts with the Activate Console IAM permission (activate:*) attached. Additional permissions are required to utilize all resources within the Activate Console (Trusted Advisor, Cost Explorer, etc). You will need to grant the IAM user these additional policy permissions to view the other benefits within the Activate Console: Cost data (ce:GetCostAndUsage), Trusted Advisor checks (support:*) and Personal Health Dashboard notifications (health:*). To learn how to attach a policy to an IAM user, see Working with Policies.
Q. Are Activate Console events logged to AWS CloudTrail?
Yes. The Activate Console logs the following actions to AWS CloudTrail as events - CreateForm, GetAccountContanct, GetContentInfo, GetCosts, GetCredits, GetMemberInfo, Get Program and PutMemberInfo.
Activate Console events originate from the following endpoint: activate.amazonaws.com. For more information about how to view events in AWS CloudTrail, see Viewing events with CloudTrail event history and the Creating a trail for your AWS Account in the AWS CloudTrail user guide.
Q. How do I redeem an AWS Activate Exclusive offer?
AWS partners with trusted organizations to bring Activate members exclusive offers that benefit your startup. Log into the AWS Activate Console and navigate to the Exclusive Offer tab where you can view all offers. Click on the offer you want to redeem and follow the instructions. The promo code for exclusive offers can be found in the url when being redirected to the exclusive offer landing page - it appears after the A3POPC label in the url.
Q. I am interested in providing my service as an AWS Activate Exclusive Offer for startups. How do I sign up?
If you are interested in becoming an AWS Activate Exclusive Offer Provider, please submit your inquiry ([email protected]) and a member of AWS Activate team will get back to you within five business days.
Build on AWS
Q. What is Build on AWS, and why should I use it?
Q. How does Build on AWS work with AWS Services?
Q. What if I need help deploying a template?
Q. How much does it cost to deploy a Build on AWS template?
Q. Will my AWS credits cover the bills from Services deployed through Build on AWS templates?
Q. What if I need a template that isn't offered? How can I provide feedback?
If you’re not seeing a template you need, please let us know through the request template widget on the Build on AWS page within the Activate Console. You can also provide general feedback. Please include as many details as possible and whether you would like to be contacted (and if so, the best email to reach you at).
Q. I have questions about my AWS billing and account. Where can I find answers?
For billing or account inquiries, please click here to sign in and submit your billing or account request.
Q. I have problems accessing the self-paced labs. Where can I get help?
If you have trouble signing in, or if you experience any other technical difficulties with the self-paced labs, contact the Qwiklabs team ([email protected]) for immediate technical support.
Q. I applied for AWS credits through AWS Activate. However, they aren't showing up in my account. What could be causing this?
If you received a Welcome to Activate email, your AWS credits can be found in the credits section of the AWS Activate Console and your AWS Billing and Cost Management Console. If you have not heard from AWS Activate, your application is still being processed. Please check your emails including your junk folder for emails from the AWS Activate team. Please note - your credits will disappear from the AWS Billing and Cost Management Console once consumed or expired and will show as $0 USD in the AWS Activate Console.
Q. Why wasn’t my application approved?
There are many reasons why your application may not have been approved. The most common reason is that your application didn’t meet the program’s application criteria. This includes, but is not limited to 1) reached AWS Activate lifetime credit award of $100,000 in AWS credits; 2) applied using a different email address to the one used to set up your AWS account; 3) no fully functioning website or public profile; 4) duplicate application, 5) Org ID was not valid (specific to Activate Portfolio); 6) founded date is greater than 10 years; 7) inconsistent business information; 8) your new credit offer amount is the same or less than your previous credit offer; 9) your application was for the same credit offer you already received (you can only benefit from an AWS Activate Provider’s credit offer one time only), and 10) funding round is private equity or beyond Series A. Please refer to your application status notification email for more information.
Q. My application was declined because AWS Activate was unable to confirm my association with my AWS Activate Provider. What should I do?
Please contact your AWS Activate Provider and ask them to verify your association by responding to the Activate verification email. If your AWS Activate Provider is unable to find the email, please ask them reach out to their AWS representative.
Q. I am a current AWS Activate Provider, Activate Exclusive Offer Provider or AWS member. Can I use the AWS Activate logo on my website?
Yes. To feature the AWS Activate logo on your website or marketing collateral, please review and strictly adhere to the Activate logo guidelines, which can be found here. The AWS Activate logo is also available for download from this page. If you would like to feature AWS Activate in a press release, you must first receive written approval from AWS. Please email [email protected] with a copy of the press release and include details on timing, where it will be published, if you are working with a PR agency and anyadditional pertinent information. A member of the AWS Activate team will get back to you within five business days.
1) Please ensure your AWS account is not suspended. If you need assistance with your AWS account, contact AWS Customer Support; 2) if you recently created a new AWS account, ensure your AWS account is fully activated with payment information entered. If you need assistance with your AWS account, contact AWS Customer Support; 3) if you have a China, Hong Kong, or Taiwan AWS account, please apply for the AWS Activate China program here; 4) sign out of your AWS account and clear your browser cache and cookies; 5) use a different web browser and ensure your web browser is updated to the latest version; and 6) sign into AWS with your root account credentials to apply. If you don’t have access to the root account and you use IAM user credentials to sign in to AWS, you must have administrator permissions to apply for Activate (the administrator IAM policy must be attached to your IAM user entity). Instructions can be found here.
Q. What is the status of my application?
We are unable to provide updates on the status of your application. On occasion, application processing can longer than normal, but rest assured, we are working through all of the applications as quick as we can. When you application has been processed, you will receive an email from AWS Activate.
Q. Where do I enter the Organization ID (Org ID) in the application form?
If you are applying for AWS Activate Founders, you do not need an Org ID to apply. If you are applying for AWS Activate Portfolio, please ensure you selected the Activate Portfolio application. There will be a Org ID field within that application.
Q. I have a China or Hong Kong AWS account but I am unable to apply for AWS Activate. Can you apply AWS credits into my AWS account?
Unfortunately, we are unable to apply AWS credits to your account. AWS startup customers in AWS China Regions should apply for the AWS Activate China program here.
Q. My AWS account is suspended. How do I apply for AWS Activate?
An active AWS account is required before applying for AWS Activate. To reactivate your suspended account, please follow the instructions listed here. For further assistance, please reach out to AWS Customer Support.
Q. I accidentally submitted the wrong AWS Activate application, or entered the wrong information in my application e.g., wrong AWS Account ID, or email address. How do I update or cancel my application?
The Activate team is unable to change or update your application after it has been submitted. Contact Activate and submit your request to cancel your application along so that you can complete a new application with the correct information.
Q. Why are my AWS credits not covering my outstanding AWS bills?
Your AWS credits may not apply to your AWS bills in the following circumstances: 1) you have fully consumed all of your AWS credits. To check your credit balance, please log into theAWS Activate Console; 2) AWS credits do not cover any fees or charges for Amazon Mechanical Turk, Ineligible AWS Support, AWS Marketplace, Amazon Route 53 domain name registration or transfer, any Services for mining for cryptocurrency, or any upfront fee for any Services such as Savings Plans and Reserved Instances (collectively, “Ineligible Services”); and 3) AWS credits cannot be used to offset or cover historical AWS bills. AWS credits are applied only to offset eligible AWS Services fees and charges incurred during or following the billing cycle in which you receive the credits.
Q: If I do not meet the criteria for AWS Activate, are there other programs at AWS that I may be eligible for?
If you do not meet the criteria for AWS Activate, we recommend the AWS Free Tier.
Q: Can I claim a portion of my AWS credits now, and receive the rest at a later time?
No. The amount of AWS credits you receive cannot be split or extended.
Q. I have reviewed the Activate FAQ and Activate website, but cannot find the answer to my question. Who should I contact?
We are here to help and answer any questions you might have. Contact Activateand submit your question along with your contact details. If your inquiry is unrelated to AWS Activate or if you need general AWS support, please reach out to AWS Customer Support.
Your AWS account ID and its alias
To sign in to an AWS account as an IAM user, you must have an account alias or an account ID for the AWS account. If you are signed in to the AWS Management Console or have configured the AWS CLI or an AWS SDK with your account credentials, you can find the account alias or account ID for the AWS account. If you cannot sign in, ask your administrator for the information that you need to sign in.
Finding your AWS account ID
You can find the account ID for your AWS account using the following methods.
Finding Your Account ID using the console
In the navigation bar, choose Support, and then Support Center. Your currently signed-in 12-digit account number (ID) appears in the Support Center navigation pane.
Finding Your Account ID using the AWS CLI
Use the following command to view your user ID, account ID, and your user ARN:
Finding Your Account ID using the API
Use the following API to view your user ID, account ID, and your user ARN:
About account aliases
If you want the URL for your sign-in page to contain your company name (or other friendly identifier) instead of your AWS account ID, you can create an account alias. This section provides information about AWS account aliases and lists the API operations that you use to create an alias.
Your sign-in page URL has the following format, by default.
If you create an AWS account alias for your AWS account ID, your sign-in page URL looks like the following example.
The original URL containing your AWS account ID remains active and can be used after you create your AWS account alias.
To create a bookmark for your account sign-in page in your web browser, you should manually type the sign-in URL in the bookmark entry. Don't use your web browser's "bookmark this page" feature.
Creating, deleting, and listing an AWS account alias
You can use the AWS Management Console, the IAM API, or the command line interface to create or delete your AWS account alias.
Your AWS account can have only one alias. If you create a new alias for your AWS account, the new alias overwrites the previous alias, and the URL containing the previous alias stops working.
The account alias must be unique across all Amazon Web Services products. It must contain only digits, lowercase letters, and hyphens. For more information on limitations on AWS account entities, see IAM and AWS STS quotas.
Creating, editing, and deleting aliases (console)
You can create, edit, and delete an account alias from the AWS Management Console.
To create, edit, or remove an account alias (console)
Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the IAM console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/iam/.
In the navigation pane, choose Dashboard.
In the AWS Account section, find Account Alias, and choose Create. If an alias already exists, then choose Edit.
Type the name you want to use for your alias, then choose Save changes.
To remove the alias, next to Account Alias choose Delete, and then choose Delete. The sign-in URL reverts to using your AWS account ID.
Creating, deleting, and listing aliases (AWS CLI)
To create an alias for your AWS Management Console sign-in page URL, run the following command:
To delete an AWS account ID alias, run the following command:
To display your AWS account ID alias, run the following command:
Creating, deleting, and listing aliases (AWS API)
To create an alias for your AWS Management Console sign-in page URL, call the following operation:
To delete an AWS account ID alias, call the following operation:
To display your AWS account ID alias, call the following operation:
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