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Category: Amazon EC2 Mac Instances
Automate the Enrollment of EC2 Mac Instances into Jamf Pro
Since the release of Amazon EC2 Mac instances, AWS customers have been able to access on-demand Apple Mac devices in the AWS Cloud. In collaboration with Jamf, an AWS Partner and leader in Apple device management, AWS has developed integration between the Amazon EC2 Mac instances and Jamf Pro to simplify managing, securing, and configuring EC2 Mac instances. Learn how to configure AWS and Jamf accounts to automatically enroll EC2 Mac into Jamf Pro EC2 Mac instances when they are launched.
Amazon EC2 Mac Enhanced Remote Access with HP Anyware
HP Anyware from HP Teradici is the first high-performance remote desktop solution for EC2 Mac instances, providing a graphics-intensive computing experience with high color fidelity, crisp text, and up to 4K UHD resolution. HP Anyware enables you to remotely access your EC2 Mac instances as if they were on a local machine, with the resolution and color fidelity you need for the best desktop experience.
How to Use a CIS Hardened Image to Set Up an Amazon EC2 Mac Instance
Learn how to set up an Amazon EC2 Mac instance with a hardened image provided by the Center for Internet Security (CIS). This will help you to mitigate common threats like malware, denial of service, insufficient authorization, and overlapping trust boundary threats. CIS is an AWS Partner and community-driven nonprofit that aims to make the connected world a safer place for people, businesses, and governments.
Implementing macOS Build Agents into TeamCity Using Amazon EC2 Mac Instances
Amazon EC2 Mac instances allow customers to bootstrap macOS machines in the cloud and use these for building, testing, and deploying iOS applications with the security, scalability, and flexibility of the cloud. Learn how TeamCity, developed by JetBrains, is a common CI/CD automation tool for developers that offers the ability to use build agents, distribute CI/CD pipelines across machines, or schedule parts of a pipeline to a specific instance type or container.