Discontinuation of AWS CodeStar support

On July 31, 2024, Amazon Web Services (AWS) will discontinue support for creating and viewing AWS CodeStar projects. After July 31, 2024, you will no longer be able to access the AWS CodeStar console or create new projects. However, the AWS resources created by AWS CodeStar, including your source repositories, pipelines, and builds, will be unaffected by this change and will continue to function. AWS CodeStar Connections will not be impacted by this discontinuation.

If you wish to track work, develop code, and build, test, and deploy your applications, Amazon CodeCatalyst provides a streamlined getting started process and additional functionality to manage your software projects. Learn more about functionality and pricing of Amazon CodeCatalyst.

There is no additional charge for AWS CodeStar. You only pay for AWS resources (e.g. Amazon EC2 instances, AWS Lambda executions, Amazon Elastic Block Store volumes, or Amazon S3 buckets) that you provision in your CodeStar projects. You only pay for what you use, as you use it; there are no minimum fees and no upfront commitments.

New AWS customers who are eligible for the AWS Free Tier can launch an application in AWS CodeStar and not incur any charges for a low traffic application that stays within the free tier limits. If these applications require more resources than the free tier provides, customers will be charged the normal AWS rates for the incremental resources the application consumes.

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