Desktop and Application Streaming

Tag: CBA

Design considerations in highly regulated environments for Certificate Based Authentication with AppStream 2.0 and WorkSpaces

Increasingly organizations are standardizing on SAML 2.0 Identity Providers such as AWS IAM Identity Center and OKTA as their identity solution to access end user computing (EUC) services in AWS. With Certificate-based authentication (CBA), organizations can provide seamless authentication for our EUC services. Traditionally, the logon experience to a virtual desktop works by using the […]

How to configure certificate-based authentication for Amazon WorkSpaces

In this blog, we discuss the benefits of using certificate-based authentication (CBA) for Amazon WorkSpaces. we give an overview of the short-lived CA mode offered by AWS Private Certificate Authority and why it is important to this use case. Also, we walk you through the steps to configure CBA for Amazon WorkSpaces. Amazon WorkSpaces certificate-based […]

AWS End User Computing

AWS EUC @re:Invent: Streamlining log-on experience for Amazon WorkSpaces and Amazon AppStream 2.0

Customer experience is top of mind and one of our top priorities. Creating a good customer experience also means balancing user experience and maintaining a strong security posture. Maintaining a high security bar is especially important while managing a hybrid workforce. One key blocker to a great customer experience is having to sign on into […]

Seamless Active Directory domain logon architecture with Amazon AppStream 2.0

Amazon AppStream 2.0 now supports certificate-based authentication (CBA). CBA enables you to authenticate users with user certificates when they launch their Active Directory domain joined AppStream sessions. In this blog, I outline the benefits of CBA. The blog also provides a high-level view of the architecture of CBA with AppStream 2.0. It also shows the […]