Desktop and Application Streaming

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Launching local applications from an Amazon AppStream 2.0 streaming session

With Amazon AppStream 2.0, applications run securely in the cloud, isolated from end users’ local machines. In some scenarios, customers require interaction between remote and local applications. For example, consider a hosted application that exports data to an external program, such as a spreadsheet or PDF application that is installed and licensed on a local […]

Streaming from VPC endpoints withAppStream 2.0

Streaming from interface VPC endpoints for Regulated environments with AppStream 2.0

Customers with strict compliance requirements such as financial industries, healthcare, and government sectors use End User Compute (EUC) solutions to regulate access and centralize tooling. For these organizations, users are often required to connect to a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to access the private corporate network. In this blog, I explain how users with such […]

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 […]

Using Amazon AppStream 2.0 application entitlements with Google Workspace

This blog post shows you how to use application entitlements with Google WorkSpace authentication for your AppStream 2.0 stacks. Customers use Amazon AppStream 2.0 to manage applications centrally, and stream them to their end users. With application entitlements, you can control access to specific applications in the AppStream 2.0 application catalog based on SAML assertions. Using […]

AWS End User Computing

AWS EUC @re:Invent: Getting started with Amazon AppStream 2.0

Do you want to stream applications and desktops to end users anywhere, on any device, via a web browser? Do you like to learn by doing? Then join us for Getting started with Amazon AppStream 2.0 (session EUC303) on Tuesday, November 29 at 2:45pm in Mandalay Bay room Breakers K (Level 2 South). In this […]

Build an enterprise cost and usage dashboard for Amazon WorkSpaces

Customers often ask how they can gain insight into their Amazon WorkSpaces cost and usage. They’d like to query and visualize their cost and usage data for many reasons: Understand how many hours per month each individual Amazon WorkSpace is actually used. WorkSpaces with low or no usage at all can then be terminated based […]

Enhance customer choice and flexibility with HP thin clients and Amazon WorkSpaces

Today, AWS End User Computing (EUC) announced a collaboration with HP Inc., an industry leading provider of reliable, high performance, thin client devices designed for cloud computing. The HP ThinPro and Windows 10 IoT thin clients are currently shipping and are qualified for use with Amazon WorkSpaces. HP is the first Thin Client OEM to […]

Configuring Windows Remote Assistance for Amazon WorkSpaces and Amazon AppStream 2.0

In this guide we look at how configuring Windows Remote Assistance for Amazon WorkSpaces and Amazon AppStream 2.0 can expand the remote support options available for your AWS End User Computing (AWS EUC) infrastructure. This guide has been created to demonstrate how you can leverage the built-in Windows Remote Assistance tooling across your AWS EUC […]

Disaster Recovery considerations with Amazon AppStream 2.0

Introduction In this blog, we show you how you can architect your Amazon AppStream 2.0 environment for disaster recovery (DR). Part of architecting a resilient, highly available AppStream 2.0 solution is the consideration that failures do occur. These failures can be caused by natural disasters, technical failures, and human interactions resulting in a regional outage. […]