Desktop and Application Streaming

AWS EUC @re:Invent: Create an online software trial with Amazon AppStream 2.0

At re:Invent 2022, I am hosting EUC 305: Create an online software trial with Amazon AppStream 2.0. In this workshop, learn how independent software vendors (ISVs) use Amazon AppStream 2.0 to deliver applications. Amazon AppStream 2.0 is a secure, fully managed application and desktop streaming service that allows you to provide access to your applications without any code changes. This is a hands-on workshop, please bring your laptop to participate. We will provision AWS accounts for you to utilize during the workshop. This session is intended for End User Computer administrators, IT professionals, or technical managers. No prior AWS experience is required.

You can centrally manage your desktop applications on AppStream 2.0 and securely deliver them to any HTML5-compatible browser. Users can instantly access their applications over an internet connection with no downloads or installation required. You can use AppStream 2.0 to accelerate software adoption by delivering online software demos, trials, and training to help customers get started quickly with your applications.

Attendees will go hands on in the console. You will create an AppStream 2.0 Elastic fleet and web portal to provide trial access. We will dive deep in to the AppStream 2.0 service and cover deployment strategies, pricing, and streaming protocols. There will be several facilitators available to answer questions and work with you one-on-one.

This workshop is Monday, November 28th at 10:00AM in the MGM Grand. There is a repeat on December 1st at 2:45PM in the Mandalay Bay. Please add the session to your schedule in the re:Invent portal. This session will not be recorded. If you can’t attend re:invent, you can try the self-paced Amazon AppStream 2.0 for software vendors workshop in your own AWS account. We look forward to seeing you there!


Jeremy Schiefer is a Senior Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services. He supports customers in Worldwide Public Sector. Jeremy is passionate about security, 3D printing, and Internet of things (IoT).