Customer-managed application accounts - AMS Advanced Onboarding Guide

Customer-managed application accounts

You can create accounts that AMS doesn't manage in the standard way. Those accounts are called customer managed accounts and they give you full control to self-operate the infrastructure within the accounts while enjoying the benefits of the centralized architecture managed by AMS.

Customer managed accounts do not have access to the AMS console or any of the services we provide (patch, backup, and so on).

Customer managed accounts can only be provisioned from your AMS multi-account landing zone management account.

Different AMS modes work with application accounts differently; to learn more about the modes, see AWS Managed Services modes.

To create your Customer-managed account, see Management account, customer-managed application account: Creating.