Posted On: Feb 20, 2017

Today, AWS Marketplace released new feature enhancements to the Seller Self-Service Listings feature, a web-based interface that lets AWS Marketplace software vendors manage their product listings through the AWS Marketplace Management Portal (AMMP). Starting today, software vendors that have product listings in AWS Marketplace can use Self-Service Listings to make changes to their Amazon Machine Image (AMI)-based product listings, including updating product metadata, uploading new versions, making changes to instance types and pricing, and more. In addition, Self-Service Listings allows vendors to create new AMI-based or SaaS Subscriptions product listings.

Self-Service Listings offers workflow and collaboration tools that make AWS Marketplace product listings easier to track and manage. Vendors can use the Self-Service Listings tools to save listings in progress, collaborate internally on product listing creation, track their request status and history, and more.  

More than 100,000 active customers are using software from the AWS Marketplace, and these customers use 300 million hours a month of Amazon EC2 for AWS Marketplace products. Overall, AWS Marketplace offers 35 categories and more than 3,500 software listings from more than 1,100 independent software vendors (ISVs). If you are a software vendor and would like to list your software products for sale on AWS Marketplace, please visit our Sell on AWS Marketplace page to learn more. If you are already an AWS Marketplace software vendor, you can log in to AMMP and navigate to the “Listings” tab to get started with Self-Service Listings.