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Your guide to End User Computing at re:Invent 2020
re:Invent 2020 will be looking a little different this year, and has gone fully virtual! Our End User Computing (EUC) speakers are excited to present in this new format and share EUC launches, best practices, and more. Registration for re:Invent this year is free and you can explore the session catalogue for our sessions and beyond:
Start Here – These sessions provide an overview of our services and our vision
Reimagine your Workforce with Amazon End User Computing Services | Muneer Mirza (AWS)
Designed for IT Decision Makers who are thinking about the future of their workforce in a post COVID world. Muneer Mirza, GM for Amazon WorkSpaces and Amazon AppStream 2.0 will share the latest innovations in virtualization and the AWS vision for how you can enable your workforce to be secure and productive from anywhere at any time.
Getting Started with Amazon AppStream 2.0 and Amazon WorkSpaces | Carla Blickensderfer (AWS)
Designed for IT Decision Makers and Administrators looking to select the right building blocks for their End User Computing solutions, join us for an overview of Amazon WorkSpaces and Amazon AppStream 2.0 as we discuss key design considerations including; mapping solutions to user personas, selecting between persistent and non-persistent deployments, and architecting for a great end user experience.
Deep Dive on the Core Tech Here – These sessions help you understand how to deploy, scale, and operate EUC services
Scaling and Optimizing Amazon AppStream 2.0 | Gaurav ‘G’ Kapoor (JnJ) and Navi Magee (AWS)
Designed for Amazon AppStream 2.0 customers looking to scale their current deployment, Navi Magee, Sr. Solutions Architect for End User Computing (AWS) and Gaurav Kapoor, Senior Manager – End User Services, (JNJ) will provide a step-by-step walkthrough of cost management and optimization options, providing proven methodologies to scale up quickly and securely – improving end user experience, reliability, and saving money. Topics covered will include: cost management options, fleet management, usage reports, and an Amazon AppStream 2.0 demo.
Scaling and Optimizing Amazon WorkSpaces | Chris Ott (AWS)
Designed for Amazon WorkSpaces customers looking to scale their current deployment, Chris Ott, Sr. Solutions Architect for End User Computing will provide a step-by-step walkthrough of cost management and optimization options, providing proven methodologies to scale up quickly and securely. Topics covered will include: AD integration, Multi-factor authentication, fleet management, WorkSpaces types and running modes, and endpoint security in the cloud.
Enhance, Expedite and Simplify the provisioning and management of your Amazon EUC solutions through automation | Max Stringer (Pfizer) and Greg Lavigne (AWS)
Designed for IT Decision Makers and Administrators at organizations looking to optimize the processes and people dedicated to their Amazon WorkSpaces or Amazon AppStream 2.0 implementations, this session discusses a variety of methodologies, examples and associated benefits to automate, manage and scale your deployments. This includes integrating into existing business processes to increase speed to market, the simplification of day to day management, while reducing overhead costs. Topics covered will include: Automating and optimizing provisioning workflows using the Amazon API, AWS tools for PowerShell, leveraging AWS CloudWatch to proactively monitor your EUC environments, and enabling users through self service capabilities and options.
Amazon WorkSpaces Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Best Practices | Phil Persson (AWS)
Designed for IT Decision Makers, Solution Architects and Administrators who need to architect their End User Computing solution for resiliency and business continuity, keeping end users productive and secure during failure scenarios. This topic is more relevant now than ever been before as businesses need to find ways to ensure their survival with a larger remote workforce. Join this session to learn the out of the box capabilities of Amazon WorkSpaces, new service features along with additional infrastructure considerations and ideas to help improve your risk profile and lower recovery and restoration times.
Deliver a secure digital workplace for your customers | Kristin Escobar (AWS)
This session is open to anyone, but it is intended for current and potential AWS Partners. It reviews key elements for building a business to support your customers’ digital workplace needs. The digital workplace incorporates AWS End User Computing services and partner solutions that provide the best experience for remote users and remote learning while ensuring secure endpoints, application management, and secure collaboration tools. Digital Workplace Competency Partners that have the expertise and tools to best support their customers have an opportunity to bring their experience to the forefront. A true digital workplace is not one-size-fits-all. Come explore where and how to participate in this rapidly expanding area.
If you’re attending re:Invent 2020, we look forward to sharing this experience with you. If not, we’ll post the recordings of these sessions soon after the event.