Sign in with AWS Builder ID - AWS Sign-In

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Sign in with AWS Builder ID

AWS Builder ID is a new personal profile for everyone who builds on AWS. Whether you are a software developer writing code, a student working on assignments, a data analyst modeling information, or a marketer constructing campaigns, AWS Builder ID is for you.

Your AWS Builder ID provides access to tools and builder services on AWS including Amazon CodeCatalyst and Amazon CodeWhisperer. You can keep your AWS Builder ID as you move between jobs, schools, or other organizations. Over time, you will be able to provide additional information such as specific interests or skill level to help tailor your AWS experience.

Your AWS Builder ID complements any AWS accounts you may already own or want to create. While an AWS account acts as a container for AWS resources you create and provides a security boundary for those resources, your AWS Builder ID represents you as an individual. You can sign up for your AWS Builder ID as part of the sign up process for the tools and services that use it.

AWS Builder IDs are free. You only pay for the AWS resources you consume in your AWS accounts. For more information about pricing, see AWS Pricing. To learn more about how your AWS Builder ID complements AWS accounts, see AWS Builder ID and other AWS credentials.

To sign in with AWS Builder ID

  1. Go to the Sign in with AWS Builder ID page at (or use the URL provided to access to your service).

  2. In Your email address, enter the email you used to create your AWS Builder ID, and choose Next.

  3. (Optional) If you want future sign-ins from this device to not prompt for additional verification, check the box next to This is a trusted device.


    For your security, we analyze your sign-in browser, location, and device. If you tell us to trust this device, you won't have to provide a multi-factor authentication (MFA) code every time you sign in. For more information, see Trusted devices.

  4. On the Enter your password page, enter your Password, and then choose Sign in.

  5. If prompted with an Additional verification required page, follow the instructions from your browser to provide the required code or security key.