AWS Console

AWS Console


The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Console mobile app lets you quickly view your Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances, Amazon S3 buckets, Amazon Route 53 hosted zones, load balancers (ELB), Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) instances, Auto Scaling groups, AWS OpsWorks stacks, and Amazon CloudWatch alarms. This app lets you quickly view information on your AWS resources and provides some EC2 management functionality to support incident response from outside the office.

EC2, S3, Route 53, ELB, RDS, Auto Scaling, and AWS OpsWorks customers can use the app to browse resources and view configuration details, metrics, and alarms. EC2 users can perform instance lifecycle operations, manage Elastic IPs and Security Groups, and create snapshots of connected EBS volumes. Service Health Dashboard notifications provide real-time information on service availability, and users with billing permissions can monitor total service charges.

The AWS Console mobile app requires an existing AWS account. Note that if you sign in as an AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) user, you need to use the account alias that was provided by your administrator. If you use AWS Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), we recommend using either a hardware MFA device or a virtual MFA on a separate mobile device for the greatest level of account protection.

We regularly release new features. Tell us what you want to do with the app using the feedback link in the app’s menu.

Recent changes:
•RDS users can now reboot DB instances.
•Several bug fixes improve navigation in app, search and filter on list pages, and using the keyboard on resource detail pages.

Tip: You can view VPC details from an EC2 instance’s detail page.

Tell us when you use the app most or request features by using Feedback in the app’s menu. We’re listening!
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About AWS Console
The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Console mobile app lets you quickly view your Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances, Amazon S3 buckets, Amazon Route 53 hosted zones, load balancers (ELB), Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) instances, Auto Scaling groups, AWS OpsWorks stacks, and Amazon CloudWatch alarms. This app lets you quickly view information on your AWS resources and provides some EC2 management functionality to support incident response from outside the office.

EC2, S3, Route 53, ELB, RDS, Auto Scaling, and AWS OpsWorks customers can use the app to browse resources and view configuration details, metrics, and alarms. EC2 users can perform instance lifecycle operations, manage Elastic IPs and Security Groups, and create snapshots of connected EBS volumes. Service Health Dashboard notifications provide real-time information on service availability, and users with billing permissions can monitor total service charges.

The AWS Console mobile app requires an existing AWS account. Note that if you sign in as an AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) user, you need to use the account alias that was provided by your administrator. If you use AWS Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), we recommend using either a hardware MFA device or a virtual MFA on a separate mobile device for the greatest level of account protection.

We regularly release new features. Tell us what you want to do with the app using the feedback link in the app’s menu.

Recent changes:
•RDS users can now reboot DB instances.
•Several bug fixes improve navigation in app, search and filter on list pages, and using the keyboard on resource detail pages.

Tip: You can view VPC details from an EC2 instance’s detail page.

Tell us when you use the app most or request features by using Feedback in the app’s menu. We’re listening!

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A Google User
Jul 14, 2014
Minimal Interfaccia anni 90'. Fa quello che deve fare, meglio di niente!
A Google User
Jul 13, 2014
Great. Now I can manage my aws account from my android device.
A Google User
Jul 13, 2014
App crashes while refreshing App crashes while refreshing.
A Google User
Jul 12, 2014
Can't access billing I saw a strange aws charge, downloaded this app to check it out... It tells me I have to enable something in the AWS Console to view my billing details. Facepalm this is the AWS console!
A Google User
Jul 12, 2014
Cloud to go Very nice and clean designed application. I haven't QC'ed it too extensively but I'm a bit bummed out that we can't access files within S3.