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AWS EUC New York Summit: Using Amazon CloudWatch to analyze user access to Amazon WorkSpaces

Are you looking to gain additional insight how your users are connecting to Amazon WorkSpaces? Would you like to track and report on IP addresses, platforms, and client versions being used to access Amazon WorkSpaces?

Join us in New York City on July 26th at 9:00 AM EDT for our builders session EUC201. In this session, we will show you how to use Amazon CloudWatch to build dashboards that surface important WorkSpaces user access information. For the duration of the session, you’ll have access to a CloudWatch demo environment. This allows you to build your own dashboard with guidance from our team of experienced AWS End User Computing (EUC) solution architects. This team includes Tushar Dhanani, Dan Garibay, Andy Soderberg-Rivkin, and I.

AWS Summit in New York City is a no-cost event for new or existing AWS customers. This builders session is July 26th at 9:00 AM EDT, in the Javits Convention Center Level 1 1B03. Please add the session to your schedule after registering.

To learn more about CloudWatch, please see our blogs on understanding end-user access to WorkSpaces and Using CloudWatch to prepare for WSP migration of WorkSpaces. AWS EUC services are comprised of the Amazon WorkSpaces Family (Amazon WorkSpacesAmazon WorkSpaces Core, and Amazon WorkSpaces Web) and Amazon AppStream 2.0. These services were designed to give organizations the flexibility to choose the best-fit solution for their specific user requirements and budgetary constraints.

Asriel Asriel Agronin is a Senior End User Computing Partner Solutions Architect. He works with partners and customers designing and architecting EUC solutions on AWS. He has been with AWS since 2017. In his free time, you can find Asriel scuba diving, traveling, or playing chess.