AWS Service Catalog

Create, organize, and govern

AWS Service Catalog allows organizations to create and manage catalogs of IT services that are approved for use on AWS. These IT services can include everything from virtual machine images, servers, software, and databases to complete multi-tier application architectures. AWS Service Catalog allows you to centrally manage commonly deployed IT services, and helps you achieve consistent governance and meet your compliance requirements, while enabling users to quickly deploy only the approved IT services they need.

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Ensure compliance with corporate standards

AWS Service Catalog provides a single location where organizations can centrally manage catalogs of IT services. With AWS Service Catalog you can control which IT services and versions are available, the configuration of the available services, and permission access by individual, group, department, or cost center.

Help employees quickly find and deploy approved IT services

With AWS Service Catalog, you define your own catalog of AWS services and AWS Marketplace software, and make them available for your organization. Then, end users can quickly discover and deploy IT services using a self-service portal.

Centrally manage IT service lifecycle

AWS Service Catalog enables you to add new versions of IT services as necessary, and end users are notified so they can easily keep abreast of the latest updates. With AWS Service Catalog you can control the use of IT services by specifying constraints, such as the AWS region in which a product can be launched or allowed IP ranges.

Connect with ITSM/ITOM software

IT Service Management (ITSM) tools, such as ServiceNow and Jira Service Desk, can connect with AWS Service Catalog, AWS Config, and AWS Systems Manager to make it easier for ITSM platform users to request, provision, and manage AWS and third-party services and resources. The AWS Service Management Connector helps ITSM administrators improve governance over provisioned AWS and third-party products.

Case studies

Wiley case study

Wiley is using AWS to give developers self-service capabilities, launch new applications in minutes instead of weeks, and enable the creation of new digital publishing platforms.

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Verge case study

“Using reliable, HIPAA-compliant services deployed from AWS Service Catalog, we can accelerate our time to market while continuing to lead conversations around security.”

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Cloudticity case study

Cloudticity runs its Oxygen managed services platform on AWS and uses AWS Service Catalog to create and manage catalogs of IT services.

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TechnipFMC case study

TechnipFMC enhances security, provisions IT services quickly, and creates a repeatable foundation for future application migrations using the AWS Service Catalog.

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Blog posts & articles

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