Before You Begin

If you are interested in selling your software on AWS Marketplace, review the requirements, and then follow the steps to register as a seller. There are different registration requirements based on where you reside and what type of products you want to list. To register as a seller on AWS Marketplace, you can use an existing AWS account or create a new account. All AWS Marketplace interactions will be tied to the AWS account you choose. AWS Marketplace recommends you read the AWS Marketplace seller guidance in its entirety prior to registering as a seller.

Seller Requirements for Publishing Free Products on AWS Marketplace

  • Sell publicly available, full-feature production-ready software (not a beta product).
  • Provide a means to keep software regularly updated and free of vulnerabilities.
  • Follow best practices and guidelines when marketing your product on AWS Marketplace.
  • Be an AWS customer in good standing and meet the requirements set forth in the terms and conditions for AWS Marketplace sellers.

Additional Seller Requirements for Publishing Paid or BYOL Products on AWS Marketplace

  • Be a permanent U.S. or European Union (EU) resident or citizen, or a business entity organized or incorporated in the United States or a member state of the EU.
  • Tax and bank account information are required. For U.S. based entities, a W-9 and banking account from a U.S. based bank are required.
  • European Union state members are required to provide a W-8, Value Added Tax (VAT) number, and U.S. bank account. If you do not have a U.S. bank account, you can register for a virtual U.S. bank account from Hyperwallet.

To sell into the AWS GovCloud (US) Region, sellers must have an AWS GovCloud account. For details on ITAR requirements, please refer to the AWS GovCloud (US) User Guide.