Desktop and Application Streaming

Category: Artificial Intelligence

DataScientist or data analyst connects to a custom URL. URL takes them to identity provider, which challenges them with multi-factor authentication. Once authenticated, they assume a role in AWS which grants them access to AppStream 2.0. Once they connect to AppStream 2.0, they launch their streaming application. And finally, the application gives them access to tools that they use to access the data in the isolated environment.

How Amazon Uses Amazon AppStream 2.0 to Provide Data Scientists and Analysts with Access to Sensitive Data

The Challenge On February 28th 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Amazon announced that we had taken steps to protect the health of our employees and communities. This included canceling large events, moving stakeholder meetings online, and pausing tours of fulfillment centers. As of this post, Amazon has continued to invest more than $8 billion […]

Build an Amazon Lex Chatbot to Manage Amazon WorkSpaces

Amazon WorkSpaces is a Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) service lets customers build scalable and secure cloud-based desktops for any number of users. It provides users access to the documents, applications, and resources that they need – anywhere, anytime, and from any supported device. Customers using Amazon WorkSpaces usually start with specific use cases. An example use case […]