Amazon Ad Server will be sunset in Q4 2024, please visit this page (AAS offboarding information) for offboarding support resources and sunset FAQs. Details shared on that page represent the most up to date information in the Help Center, if you find disparate information in other resources please default to the information in the AAS offboarding information page accordingly.

Please note that on October 1, 2024, the ability to create new campaigns, placements, and tag managers will be disabled.


The platform protects data according to data ownership rules. When users generate reports or search for data, they only see data that is relevant to them.

For example, a user can be restricted to view/edit a specific advertiser within their native account. Or, a user can be allowed access to all advertisers within their native account.

In addition, a user's native account can be extended and a user can be given access to additional accounts. For example, agency groups may require several accounts but some of their users may handle specific advertisers. For more information about account extension contact your Customer Success Manager.


Note: When publishers access the system, they have access to all placements that were served on their sites, and across multiple sites.

The following image shows the Amazon Ad Server (AAS) hierarchy.

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