Desktop and Application Streaming

AWS Summit Washington, DC: What’s new with AWS and End User Computing (EUC) services

At the upcoming AWS Summit in Washington, DC, Tushar Dhanani and I are hosting a chalk talk (session EUC 201) focused on what’s new with AWS and End User Computing (EUC) services. In this chalk talk, we will provide a high-level overview of AWS EUC services and new features for Amazon WorkSpaces Family services and Amazon AppStream 2.0. Chalk talks are designed to be highly interactive, so we’ll leave lots of time to ask technical questions about real world challenges. This is a 200-level session, so we’ll assume you have general knowledge of end-user computing, Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS), and VDI, but no prior experience is required to attend.

Within WorkSpaces Family, we released Amazon WorkSpaces Core, support for Ubuntu Desktop on Amazon Workspaces, native video conferencing, Windows 11, Multi-Region Resiliency and updates to the WorkSpaces Streaming Protocol (WSP). For AppStream 2.0, we released support for UDP streaming, Elastic fleets, new instance sizes and Regions, and GUI support for the Linux Image Assistant. Attend our chalk talk to learn more about these exciting new services and features.

AWS Summit in Washington, DC, is a no-cost event tailored for the Public Sector community. This chalk talk is June 7th at 3:00 PM, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Make sure to register, and add to your schedule. We look forward to seeing you there!

Jeremy Schiefer is a Sr. Security SA with Amazon Web Services. He is a member of the end-user compute community and has authored several blogs and workshops. Jeremy is passionate about security, 3D printing, and Internet of things (IoT).
Tushar Dhanani is a Sr. End User Computing (EUC) Specialist Solutions Architect. Tushar enjoys diving deep in all things EUC, he has been with AWS since early 2019. In his free time, Tushar enjoys playing the piano, working out, and trying new vegan recipes.