Desktop and Application Streaming

Category: End User Computing

Application Online Trial Expiration Control with Amazon AppStream 2.0

Many customers use Amazon AppStream 2.0 to provide online trials of their desktop applications. Our ISV Workshop Series shows you how to make your applications available through your website, delivered by AppStream 2.0. However, some customers need that access to be for a limited time. Based on their requirements, there will be different expiration periods […]

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Storing AppStream 2.0 Windows Event logs in S3 with IAM roles and Windows Task Scheduler

Recently, AWS announced support for using IAM roles with image builders and fleets. Now, Amazon AppStream 2.0 streaming instances can take advantage of the flexibility and security of role-based access to AWS API actions. One useful application of this feature is easily uploading and storing Windows Event logs for troubleshooting. Because of the ephemeral and […]

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Five reasons to enable Amazon WorkDocs within your Amazon WorkSpaces environment

Amazon WorkDocs is a fully managed, secure, content creation, storage, and collaboration service. WorkDocs makes it easy to collaborate with others, and lets you easily share content, provide rich feedback, and collaboratively edit documents. WorkDocs lets you integrate with your existing systems, and offers a rich API so that you can develop your own content-rich […]

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Amazon AppStream 2.0 releases a simple pricing tool

Amazon AppStream 2.0 is a fully managed application streaming service that enables you to centrally manage your desktop applications and securely deliver them to any computer. With AppStream 2.0, you can easily scale to any number of users across the globe without acquiring, provisioning, and operating hardware or infrastructure. Software vendors are using AppStream 2.0 […]

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