Add a custom domain managed by Amazon Route 53 - AWS Amplify Hosting

Add a custom domain managed by Amazon Route 53

To add a custom domain managed by Route 53
  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amplify console.

  2. Choose your app that you want to connect to a custom domain.

  3. In the navigation pane, choose Hosting, Custom domains.

  4. On the Custom domains page, choose Add domain.

  5. Enter the name of your root domain. For example, if the name of your domain is https://example.com, enter example.com.

    As you start typing, any root domains that you already manage in Route 53 appear in the list. You can choose the domain you want to use from the list. If you don't already own the domain and it is available, you can purchase the domain in Amazon Route 53.

  6. After you enter your domain name, choose Configure domain.

  7. By default, Amplify automatically creates two subdomain entries for your domain. For example, if your domain name is example.com, you will see the subdomains https://www.example.com and https://example.com with a redirect set up from the root domain to the www subdomain.

    (Optional) You can modify the default configuration if you want to add subdomains only. To change the default configuration, choose Rewrites and redirects from the navigation pane, then configure your domain.

  8. Choose the SSL/TLS certificate to use. You can either use the default managed certificate that Amplify provisions for you, or a custom third-party certificate that you have imported into AWS Certificate Manager.

    • Use the default Amplify managed certificate.

      1. Choose Amplify managed certificate.

    • Use a custom third-party certificate.

      1. Choose Custom SSL certificate.

      2. Select the certificate to use from the list.

  9. Choose Add domain.

    Note

    It can take up to 24 hours for the DNS to propagate and to issue the certificate. For help with resolving errors that occur, see Troubleshooting custom domains.