Posted On: Dec 18, 2020

Today, AWS Marketplace announced a new and easier self-service experience for independent software vendors (ISVs) to add new versions and update product information on their container product listings. AWS Marketplace is consistently improving the way that sellers can keep their products up-to-date. With this release, ISVs with container products can now rapidly update and adjust their listing on their own. AWS Marketplace has made it easier for ISVs to publish new container images and Helm charts by hosting dedicated ECR repositories for their product.

To get started, log into the AWS Marketplace Management Portal (AMMP), choose a container product, and create repositories for your container images and Helm charts hosted on AWS Marketplace. Once the repositories are created, you push your application artifacts directly to AWS Marketplace using the Docker and Helm clients. Next, use the AWS Marketplace Management Portal to add the new version and make updates to your product information, such as description and release notes. After you publish your changes, they will be made live to your customers in a few hours. You can also check the status of all of your requests and review any issues we identified with your update.

AWS Marketplace is a curated digital catalog of third-party software and data that makes it easy for customers to find, buy, and deploy solutions that run on Amazon Web Services (AWS). With more than 8,000 software listings from 1,600+ ISVs, AWS Marketplace helps you find the software you need to modernize your organization and unlock innovation.

To learn more about the self-service functionality, please view our documentation. To learn more about AWS Marketplace, visit the AWS Marketplace webpage. To learn more about selling in AWS Marketplace, visit the AWS Marketplace Management Portal.