Billing for AWS Support for Amazon CodeCatalyst - Amazon CodeCatalyst

Billing for AWS Support for Amazon CodeCatalyst

When you create a space in CodeCatalyst, users in the space can create and manage support cases from AWS Support for Amazon CodeCatalyst. You can create two types of customer cases:

  • Account and billing support cases are available to all CodeCatalyst users in the space. You can get help with billing and account questions based on your permissions in CodeCatalyst.

  • Technical support cases connect you to a technical support engineer for help with service-related technical issues and extensions to third-party applications. If you have Basic Support, you can't create a technical support case.

    The AWS account designated as the billing account for the space must have a Business Support or Enterprise Support plan for the space to use AWS Support for CodeCatalyst for technical cases.

    Note

    If your space uses AWS Support for Amazon CodeCatalyst from an account that doesn't have a Business Support or Enterprise Support plan, you can still use AWS Support for Amazon CodeCatalyst for account and billing cases.

For technical support, you must open all cases through the CodeCatalyst console. You cannot create technical support cases for CodeCatalyst from AWS Support in the AWS Management Console.

Note

Service limit increase requests are not available from AWS Support for Amazon CodeCatalyst. These requests can only be submitted by the root user for the space billing account in the AWS Support Center Console.

AWS Support for Amazon CodeCatalyst has the same support agreements as AWS Support, with the following considerations:

  • Severity lists, response times, and SLAs in AWS Support apply for support cases in AWS Support for CodeCatalyst, as detailed in Choosing a severity.

  • Space administrators and space members cannot use the AWS Support APIs or AWS SDK or AWS Support app in Slack to create cases for CodeCatalyst. CodeCatalyst support cases can only be submitted from CodeCatalyst.

Note

CodeCatalyst is not fully integrated with AWS Trusted Advisor or AWS Incident Detection and Response. Validate how CodeCatalyst is integrated to ensure your business practices are aligned with the current integration.

You must be a user in the space where you want to request support.

Note

If you have more than one builder in your space, we recommend that you purchase a Business Support or Enterprise Support plan. These plans provide technical support for the space for up to 5,000 builders.

The AWS account designated as the billing account for the space uses the AWSRoleForCodeCatalystSupport role and AmazonCodeCatalystSupportAccess managed policy. This allows CodeCatalyst users in a space to access the AWS Support for Amazon CodeCatalyst page. For more information about this role and policy, see AmazonCodeCatalystSupportAccess. For other considerations about billing and account connections, see Billing and Managing AWS accounts.

Here is a possible flow for a builder creating a support case in CodeCatalyst:

Mateo Jackson is a developer on a project in CodeCatalyst. After signing up the AWS account that manages billing with AWS Support for Amazon CodeCatalyst and upgrading to a Business Support plan, all builders in the space can create technical support cases. Mateo submits a technical support case for a failed workflow in their project. Mateo uses the AWS Support for Amazon CodeCatalyst page to fill out the form and create a case, providing the workflow ID and other details in the request. The case is created with a case ID and includes the account ID of the AWS account designated as the billing account and associated with support plan for the space.

While all builders can create support cases in AWS Support for CodeCatalyst, you are not charged for each case created. You can open virtually unlimited cases and contacts based on the AWS Support Premium plan you purchase on your space billing account.

Note

The space billing account is the AWS account that you are charged for CodeCatalyst users and resources. If you have deployed to additional AWS accounts, contact AWS Support through the AWS Management Console for assistance with resources deployed to other services.

You can identify the AWS account you deployed to from the workflow.