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Category: Amazon WorkSpaces

Your guide to End User Computing at re:Invent 2021

re:Invent 2021 is back in person! After our first virtual re:Invent in 2020 we are excited to be with our customers both in person and virtually. Our End User Computing (EUC) speakers are excited to present live and cover EUC this year’s launches, best practices, and more. Start building out your re:Invent calendar and secure […]

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Automate Amazon WorkSpaces custom images across AWS Regions

Customers ask how they can automate copying Amazon WorkSpaces custom images between AWS Regions. Common use cases for synchronizing custom Amazon WorkSpaces images between Regions include: Consistency for multi-Region deployments: Multi-region deployments of Amazon WorkSpaces allow WorkSpaces to be deployed for user who need low-latency connection to a specific geographic area. One custom image with […]

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How to configure Amazon WorkSpaces with Windows and Docker

Customers are increasing adoption of container technologies, and Docker is one of the most popular providers. With containers, developers can ensure that application modules are self-contained, runtime environments are agnostic, and external dependencies are well documented. This is especially important as more enterprises adopt DevOps principles and deploy microservices. Developers are looking for speed, flexibility, […]

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Filtering internet traffic from Amazon WorkSpaces

Introduction Amazon WorkSpaces is a fully managed Desktop as a Service (DaaS) that prioritizes security and simplicity. Customers can secure their Amazon WorkSpaces deployments through a variety of means. Security groups and network access control lists are available on a customer’s Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). The Amazon WorkSpaces service side has RADIUS multi-factor authentication, trusted […]

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Amazon WorkSpaces Flexible Workforce Offer Available on August 1, 2021

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic we have focused on helping customers scale up quickly on Amazon WorkSpaces. As a result, our customers were able to run their business continuously while keeping employees safe. Customers tell us about their journey, and that their mix of remote and in office work will change as they […]

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Anomaly Detection in Amazon WorkSpaces

Amazon WorkSpaces is a fully managed, secure Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) solution that runs on AWS. Our customers have been deploying WorkSpaces to provide scalable end user computing to their users regardless of work location. Since the launch of WSP, additional capabilities such as USB and smart card support have enabled additional workloads to benefit from moving […]

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AWS Announces Availability of Amazon WorkSpaces in the Asia Pacific (Mumbai) Region

Amazon WorkSpaces is now generally available in the Asia Pacific (Mumbai) Region. Amazon WorkSpaces is a fully managed, secure Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) solution that runs on AWS. With WorkSpaces, customers can provision virtual, cloud-based Windows and Linux desktops for their users, providing them with access to the documents, applications, and resources they need, anywhere, anytime, from […]

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Amazon WorkSpaces Work from Home Offer for 2021

Looking back on a year with COVID-19 It is hard to believe that we are coming up on a year of living with COVID-19. In February 2020, countries around the world were beginning to institute travel restrictions, and organizations were shifting large portions of their teams to working from home. We knew that customers needed […]

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Reimagining End User Computing

We recently completed re:Invent 2020 and the End User Computing team presented six different sessions designed to help you understand why and how to get started and scale deployments of Amazon WorkSpaces and Amazon AppStream 2.0. I presented a session called “Reimagine your workforce with AWS End User Computing Services”  where we shared some of […]

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Your guide to End User Computing at re:Invent 2020

re:Invent 2020 will be looking a little different this year, and has gone fully virtual! Our End User Computing (EUC) speakers are excited to present in this new format and share EUC launches, best practices, and more. Registration for re:Invent this year is free and you can explore the session catalogue for our sessions and […]

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