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Developer Guide (API Version 2016-09-29)

Increasing the Limit for SSL/TLS Certificates

There are limits on the number of SSL/TLS certificates that you can import into AWS Certificate Manager or upload to AWS Identity and Access Management. There also is a limit on the number of SSL/TLS certificates that you can use with an AWS account when you configure CloudFront to serve HTTPS requests by using dedicated IP addresses. However, you can request higher limits. For more information, see the following documentation.

Certificates that You Can Import into ACM

For the limit on the number of certificates that you can import into ACM, see ACM Limitsin the Amazon Web Services General Reference.

To request a higher limit, create case with the AWS Support Center. Change the AWS Region to US East (N.Viriginia), and fill in the form.

Certificates that You Can Upload into IAM

For the limit on the number of certificates that you can upload to IAM, see IAM Limits in the Amazon Web Services General Reference.

To request a higher limit, create case with the AWS Support Center. For Limit, choose Server Certificate Limit, and then specify the applicable values.

Certificates that You Can Use with an AWS Account when You Configure CloudFront to Serve HTTPS Requests by Using Dedicated IP Addresses

For the limit on the number of SSL certificates that you can use for each AWS account when serving HTTPS requests using dedicated IP addresses, see CloudFront Limitsin the Amazon Web Services General Reference.

To request a higher limit, create case with the AWS Support Center. For Limit, choose Server Certificate Limit, and then specify the applicable values.