Quickstart Guide

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To set up a new CoreWeave Organization for your business, use the Contact Us form to reach out to our Sales team. All new applications are manually reviewed, which can take up to three business days.

If your business already has a CoreWeave account, ask the Organization Administrator for an invitation instead of applying for a new account. To isolate resources or set different permissions for users, use Namespaces instead of creating a new Organization. Up to 10 Namespaces can be created.

Important

In addition to traditional email and password login, CoreWeave also supports Google and GitHub login. To use these, use the corresponding email address for those services when filling out the application form.

Use an invitation code

When the our account review is complete, the Sales team will send an invitation link by email.

Use this link to open the Sign Up form.

Review the Terms of Service and click the checkbox to certify your agreement. The First Name, Last Name, and Email fields are prefilled and cannot be changed.

Choose one of these methods:

  1. Enter a strong password and click Sign Up.

  2. Optional: If your email address matches a Google or GitHub account, you may use a social login by clicking the corresponding button. (This is not a requirement for Google or GitHub users - an email address can also be used.)

Enter card info

Enter the card information and click Add Card.

Tip

If a review is required after entering your card information, an Account Pending Review screen may appear.

If this screen does appear, please contact our support team for assistance creating your Organization.

Create the Namespace

After entering the credit card info, it's time to choose a Namespace identifier. The Organization Name is prefilled from your application and cannot be changed.

Choose the first Namespace Identifier. Up to nine more can be created later if needed.

The identifier must be:

  • less than 7 characters, and

  • made up of lowercase letters, numbers, or underscores.

We suggest using a common identifier such as staging, dev, or prod. The full Namespace is constructed by concatenating the tenant ID with this identifier.

Click Complete Profile to continue to log in to the Cloud UI.

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.

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