Desktop and Application Streaming

Category: PowerShell

Bring your App-V packages to AppStream 2.0 with the dynamic application framework

Customers with existing Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) packages that are keen to use them with Amazon AppStream 2.0 can do so using the dynamic application framework. The dynamic application framework allows customers to build a custom application provider that dynamically adds applications to the AppStream 2.0 catalog. This post details how to get started integrating […]

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Create a PowerShell-Based dynamic app provider in Amazon AppStream 2.0

The Amazon AppStream 2.0 dynamic application framework provides API operations within an AppStream 2.0 streaming instance that you can use to build a dynamic app provider. Dynamic app providers use these API operations to modify the catalog of applications that your users can access in real time. For example, you can add applications to the […]

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Creating an image programmatically with AppStream 2.0 Image Assistant CLI operations

Amazon AppStream 2.0 now lets you programmatically create an image using the Image Assistant command line interface (CLI) operations which are made available via an executable on the image builder. The CLI enables you to specify which applications your users can launch, what files should be optimized to accelerate application launch, and other image details. […]

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