Desktop and Application Streaming

Four new free courses for AWS End User Computing services

AWS End User Computing services enable your teams to securely access the desktops, applications, and data they need to get their jobs done. AWS End User Computing services are designed for today’s increasingly remote workforce that needs to access content from anywhere while working across borders, time zones, and organizations. These services, including Amazon WorkSpaces and Amazon AppStream 2.0, give you the agility to respond to the changing needs of your workforce.

We are excited to introduce free digital trainings for the AWS End User Computing portfolio of services. Designed for desktop or virtual desktop infrastructure managers and IT administrators with various use cases and levels of expertise, technical professionals interested in cloud-based virtualization can explore these four courses that teach introductory through advanced end user computing concepts, including:

  • Introduction to End User Computing Services: explores how you can address common use cases for remote work with our services, and provides an overview of the AWS End User Computing portfolio of services.
  • Amazon WorkSpaces Primer: introduces the fundamentals of the Amazon Workspaces service, and provides a step-by-step process for deploying cloud desktops.
  • Amazon WorkSpaces Deep Dive: covers ways to optimize, maintain, and scale your cloud desktops through security best practices, software updates, automated provisioning, and more.
  • Amazon AppStream 2.0 Primer: describes how to deploy a fully managed non-persistent application and desktop streaming solution by exploring requirements for authentication, security, networking, creation of software images, and more.

Enroll in these courses to explore how you can get the most out of your AWS End User Computing implementations.