AWS Amplify
Console User Guide

Connecting to Third-Party Custom Domains

Connecting to a GoDaddy Domain

  1. Follow the instructions to add a domain for third-party providers.

  2. Log in to your account at GoDaddy and choose DNS.

  3. Add CNAME records to to point your subdomains to the Amplify domain, and another CNAME record to point to Amazon Certificate Manager's validation server. A single validated ACM generates an SSL certificate for your domain. Make sure you only enter the subdomain (for example, ) in **Host* as shown below (don't enter yourdomainname.com).

GoDaddy doesn't support ANAME/ALIAS records. For DNS providers that don't have ANAME/ALIAS support, we strongly recommend migrating your DNS to Amazon Route 53. If you want to keep your current provider and update the root domain, add Forwarding and set up a domain forward. In Forward to, enter the information as shown following:

Connecting to a Google Domain

  1. Follow the instructions to add a domain for third-party providers.

  2. Log in to your account at https://domains.google and choose DNS.

  3. In Custom resource records, enter CNAME records that you want to point all subdomains (https://*.awesomedomain.com) to the amplifyapp domain, and another CNAME record to point to Amazon Certificate Manager's validation server. A single validated ACM generates an SSL certificate for your domain.

Google domains don't support ANAME/ALIAS records. For DNS providers that don't have ANAME/ALIAS support, we strongly recommend migrating your DNS to Amazon Route 53. If you want to keep your current provider and update the root domain, add a Synthetic Record, and set up a Subdomain Forward. In Subdomain, enter the @ symbol and then choose Forward path as shown following: