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AWS Marketplace

AWS Marketplace lets you list and sell software.


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What is AWS Marketplace?

Marketplace is a digital catalog where vendors can list and sell their software.

Here you can explore, test, and purchase software that runs on AWS.

It gives detailed product information on listings such as:

  • Pricing
  • Support options
  • Customer reviews

AWS Marketplace Categories

Listings are categorized.

The categories help you to find better what you are looking for.

They are also making it easier for others to find your listing.

Overview of the categories:

Overview over the different categories

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Read more about Marketplace at AWS Documentation: AWS Marketplace Product Page



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