Desktop and Application Streaming

Tag: VDI

Build a customizable Virtual Desktop Infrastructure portal with NICE DCV

Fully managed Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solutions have become increasingly popular in recent years. This is due to their ability to provide flexible and efficient access to remote desktop environments from anywhere. Using a managed service reduces the burden of CAPEX risks, maintenance, and costly, lengthy hardware upgrades. AWS offers fully managed End User Computing […]

Dynamically set NICE DCV session permissions at Windows logon

When using system authentication, Windows-based NICE DCV servers delegate client authentication to the underlying operating system. Upon authentication, DCV validates the DCV permissions, which specify the users that are allowed to access the session stream and the features they can use. Dynamically setting DCV session permissions allows administrators to automate session permissions based on specific […]

Using serverless AWS services as an external authenticator for NICE DCV

NICE DCV is a high-performance remote display protocol that provides additional authentication flexibility through DCV external authentication. For a user to gain access to a secure DCV session stream, they must be authenticated against the display protocol. By default, DCV uses system authentication, which delegates authentication to the underlying operating system. With using external authentication, customers […]

Announcing updates to NICE DCV AWS CloudFormation Templates

AWS customers looking to experience the NICE DCV streaming protocol can now utilize the latest DCV AWS CloudFormation template. This template is intended for proof-of-concepts and deploys a single Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance preconfigured with DCV server ready to accept connections. This is an automated way to gain firsthand experience of the DCV high-performance […]

Optimize NICE DCV session latency with AWS Local Zones

Customers ask if it is possible to optimize NICE DCV session latency with AWS Local Zones. This blog post demonstrates how to stream Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) sessions with NICE DCV from AWS Local Zones to remote users. Geospatial distance between remote end users and compute infrastructure is one of the greatest contributors […]

Getting started with managing NICE DCV sessions secured behind a NICE DCV Connection Gateway

In this blog, you walk through configuring a NICE DCV Connection Gateway to provide secure access sessions managed by NICE DCV Session Manager. NICE DCV is a high-performance remote display protocol. DCV provides a secure way to deliver remote desktops and application streaming through a centralized DCV Connection Gateway to any device. This versatile streaming […]

AWS End User Computing

AWS EUC @re:Invent: What is Amazon WorkSpaces Core?

Amazon WorkSpaces Core enables customers and the AWS Partner Network to build customized VDI solutions using purpose-built compute instances optimized for virtual desktops. In this blog I cover why Amazon WorkSpaces Core is important, how to architect VDI solutions with Amazon WorkSpaces Core, and how to get started! Every organization is at a different place […]

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 […]

AWS End User Computing

AWS EUC @re:Invent: Enable secure access to private resources with Amazon WorkSpaces Web

Do you need to provide users with access to sensitive, internal, web applications in a secure environment? Or do you need to provide remote users with access to SaaS applications that are typically accessible only from your corporate network? Are you interested in preventing data exfiltration from web applications in your internal network? Want to […]

AWS End User Computing

AWS EUC @re:Invent: Creating remote work environments that optimize security and productivity with Capital One

Have you ever considered delivering your remote work environment through AWS? Did you know you that doing so will also optimize remote work security and productivity? Remote work comes with a number of challenges. Remote work delivered through AWS End User Computing (EUC) can improve the employee experience while addressing these challenges. At AWS re:Invent, […]