Quickstart Guide

Ready to get started?
To set up a CoreWeave account for your business, reach out to our Sales Team. All new accounts are manually reviewed, which can take up to three business days. After the account review is complete, our team will send a notification email.
If someone at your company already has a CoreWeave account, ask them for an invitation instead of creating a new CoreWeave account and Organization. If you need to isolate resources or set different permissions, up to 10 Namespaces can be created for the organization.

Log in to the account

Use the link in the approval email to log in to CoreWeave Cloud with your email address and password, or OAuth with Google or GitHub.
Sign in
Sign in
There's a third option available on the sign-in screen, Sign in with SSO. If SSO is the preferred login method, enable it by following the steps in our SSO guide after setting up the Organization.

Create the Organization and Namespace

Enter the Organization name, which can be any meaningful name, with upper or lowercase letters, numbers, spaces, or symbols. It will appear in the billing portal and other places in the user interface.
Next, select the primary use for the account. This helps our team better understand how to assist your needs.
Create Organization and Namespace
Create Organization and Namespace
Finally, enter the Namespace identifier. The Namespace will be publicly visible in DNS names. We suggest using common identifiers such as staging, dev, or prod.
The identifier must be less than 7 characters, and must be lowercase letters, numbers, or underscores, without other special characters.
The full Namespace name is constructed from the CoreWeave tenant ID concatenated with the selected identifier. It's displayed above the Complete Profile button on this page.
Click Complete Profile to continue. This is the first namespace for the account, and up to nine more namespaces can be created if needed.

Next Steps

Congratulations! By completing the preceding steps, the Organization administrator account is created and the first Namespace is assigned.
This account, known as the Org Admin, has special privileges. The Org Admin can log in to the billing account and create new Namespaces. They can also create new users and grant other users access to specific Namespaces or the billing portal.
After setting up the Organization and Namespace, the Org Admin should follow these steps.

1. Access the Billing account

Check for an email invitation link to the CoreWeave billing portal to manage payment methods, view invoices, and monitor aggregate usage within CoreWeave Cloud.
See the Billing and Usage Information guide to learn more about the Billing portal. Org Admins can log in through the Usage & Billing item in CoreWeave Cloud's left-hand menu. The Grafana usage reports are also found there.

2. Configure 2FA

We recommend enabling 2-factor authentication to protect the Org Admin account.
Navigate to CoreWeave Cloud, select the Account menu, then toggle Enable 2-factor authentication at the bottom of the page. Follow the steps described to set up an authenticator app such as Google Authenticator, 1Password, Authy, or another TOPT-compatible 2-factor app.
If the organization uses SSO, enable it now by following the steps in our SSO guide.

3. Organization management

Set up organization management to add colleagues to workspaces, manage existing team members, and set user permissions. To isolate resources or set different permissions, there's no need to create additional CoreWeave accounts. Create up to 10 Namespaces for the Organization.

4. Kubernetes setup

Generate a Kubeconfig file and API Access Token to configure the Kubernetes setup.


Learn how to deploy jobs with standard Kubernetes tools, workload managers, or our Cloud UI.
After the organization is established, the Org Admin will need to perform administrative tasks. These are the articles most commonly referenced by Org Admins.