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Category: Amazon AppStream

Amazon AppStream 2.0 Launch Recap – Domain Join, Simple Network Setup, and Lots More

We (the AWS Blog Team) work to maintain a delicate balance between coverage and volume! On the one hand, we want to make sure that you are aware of as many features as possible. On the other, we don’t want to bury you in blog posts. As a happy medium between these two extremes we […]

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New – GPU-Powered Streaming Instances for Amazon AppStream 2.0

We launched Amazon AppStream 2.0 at re:Invent 2016. This application streaming service allows you to deliver Windows applications to a desktop browser. AppStream 2.0 is fully managed and provides consistent, scalable performance by running applications on general purpose, compute optimized, and memory optimized streaming instances, with delivery via NICE DCV – a secure, high-fidelity streaming […]

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New Amazon AppStream 2.0 Features – Fleet Auto Scaling, Image Builder, SAML, Metrics, and Fleet Management

My colleague Gene Farrell introduced you to Amazon AppStream 2.0 late last year. In his guest post, Gene explained how AppStream 2.0 lets you run desktop applications securely on any device, from within the comfort of an HTML5 web browser (read the entire post to learn more). For example, I used the AppStream 2.0 Try […]

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Amazon AppStream 2.0 – Stream Desktop Apps from AWS

My colleague Gene Farrell wrote the guest post below to tell you how the original vision for Amazon AppStream evolved in the face of customer feedback. At AWS, helping our customers solve problems and serve their customers with technology is our mission. It drives our thinking, and it’s at the center of how we innovate. […]

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Amazon AppStream is Now Available in Japan

allows you to build complex applications that run on simple devices, taking advantage of cloud-based graphical rendering (both 2D and 3D) and reducing the need for local compute power and storage. Our customers are also using AppStream to simplify their beta testing process and to control the dispersion of their Intellectual Property (IP). As I […]

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Amazon AppStream Now Supports Chrome Browser and Chromebooks

As you might know from reading my earlier posts (Amazon AppStream – Deliver Streaming Applications from the Cloud and Amazon AppStream – Now Available to All Developers), gives you the power to build complex applications that run from simple devices, unconstrained by the compute power, storage, or graphical rendering capabilities of the device. As an […]

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Amazon AppStream Update – New Features and New Docs

Amazon AppStream is a very cool service that lets you build and stream resource-intensive applications from the AWS Cloud. AppStream deploys your application on AWS infrastructure and streams its output to a variety of mass-market devices including personal computers, tablets, and mobile phones. You can eliminate device constraints and address a larger market by making […]

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New Features for Amazon AppStream – YUV444 Color and Logging

You can use AppStream to build complex applications that run from simple devices, unconstrained by the compute power, storage, or graphical rendering capabilities of the device. Your application can take advantage of the new and powerful g2 instance type, including high-performance GPU-powered rendering of 2D and 3D graphics. To learn more about AppStream, see my […]

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