Subscriber features

Hundreds of commercial data products
Subscribers can easily browse the AWS Data Exchange catalog to find hundreds of relevant and up-to-date commercial data products covering a wide range of industries, including financial services, healthcare, life sciences, geospatial, consumer, media & entertainment, and more.

And hundreds of free and open data products, too!
The AWS Data Exchange catalog includes a large selection of free and open data products sourced from academic institutions, government entities, research institutions, and private companies.

Fast, direct access to data
Because data providers have already published the data to AWS Data Exchange, subscribers can access this data (and new revisions) quickly in the cloud without the need to build custom tools and infrastructure specific to each data provider.
Data products are included in AWS billing
Any applicable data subscription costs are consolidated on existing AWS invoices.
Analyze data immediately with AWS analytics services
Subscribers can easily go from finding data to analyzing it using the full portfolio of AWS data lake and analytics services. Quickly export data from AWS Data Exchange to Amazon S3 and immediately start analyzing it with Amazon Athena and Amazon Redshift, build machine learning models with Amazon Sagemaker, transform and process data with Amazon EMR and AWS Glue, or build a data lake with AWS Lake Formation.
Automatically consume new revisions of subscribed data
When providers publish new data, subscribers will receive an Amazon CloudWatch event that allows subscribers to automatically consume new data as it's published. Subscribers can automatically stay up to date with the latest data published by the provider without having to manage any physical media, FTP credentials, or other legacy technology. For more details, see Automatically Consume New Revisions.

Provider features

Easily get started as a qualified data provider
AWS Data Exchange has step-by-step registration wizards to help data providers create a profile page, and complete registration in minutes. Providers will then be contacted by our team for a further qualification. Once qualified, providers will be able to list data products on the AWS Data Exchange catalog.

List data products in minutes and reach AWS customers worldwide
Once qualified, all it takes is a few clicks or API calls to upload and package data residing in Amazon S3 buckets or on-premises environments. Step-by-step wizards help to specify product information and publish data sets as free or paid products, with 1-month to 36-month subscription durations, using custom agreements or standard agreement templates.
Create Private Products available only to specific customers
Data providers can create Private Products to issue data products exclusively to specific subscribers. These products do not appear on the public catalog and can include data that is either not meant to be generally available or is customized for a particular subscriber.
Make private offers of data products to specific subscribers
Data providers can also create private offers with custom negotiated prices and/or terms to individual AWS customers.
Reporting and commerce analytics
AWS Marketplace provides daily, weekly, and monthly reports detailing product subscriptions, customers, and financials. These reports are e-mailed to providers and can be accessed any time on either the AWS Marketplace Management Portal or via an API.
Bring your own subscriptions
After publishing a data product, delivering existing subscriptions to customers using AWS Data Exchange is easy. In just a few clicks, data providers can create a Bring-Your-Own-Subscription (BYOS) offer specifying existing agreement and subscriber details for no additional cost.
End-to-end encryption
AWS Data Exchange encrypts all data in transit and at rest. Data in transit is secured using SSL/TLS and data at rest is protected using server-side encryption.
Subscription Verification
Data providers can use AWS Data Exchange’s Subscription Verification to approve subscriber access, protecting their intellectual property rights and managing regulatory and compliance requirements. This can be useful for restricted, regulated, or limited-access products. For example, providers might only grant a subscription to verified subscribers or subscribers with approved use cases.
AWS Data Exchange integrates with AWS CloudTrail to enable providers and subscribers to audit all AWS Data Exchange API calls made by a user, role, or any AWS service in their AWS account. Using the information collected by CloudTrail, customers can see all requests on resources they own. To learn more, see Logging AWS Data Exchange API calls with AWS Cloudtrail.

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