Today, organizations have challenges with their traditional virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). Scalability, performance, and cost are top of mind in the discussion. The migration to cloud native AWS End User Computing (EUC) solutions provide options to leverage the cloud benefits and align with your organization’s requirement. Amazon AppStream 2.0 offers capabilities for your end users allowing them access to their virtual desktop or application from anywhere using any device. Furthermore, AppStream2.0 provides a solution to scale, reduce the cost and meet your changing business needs.
Join us for our chalk talk EUC 209: Optimizing costs using Amazon AppStream 2.0 fleet options where you will discover how AppStream2.0 provides the flexibility and control required to optimize your deployment based on specific end user and business requirements. You will learn about the various fleet types available, how to manage your AppStream2.0 instances, and how you can scale and maximize performance without overspending. We will discuss real world scenarios as well as hold a live Q&A session where you will get to share your experiences with other builders. Attendees are encouraged to engage throughout this interactive session. Ask questions directly to the team presenting to understand how your requirements change the recommended deployment configuration. We look forward to seeing you there.
To meet the AWS End User Computing team, visit the kiosk 7 at the expo village at the Venetian. See the AWS End User Computing at re:Invent 2023: A sneak peek! blog post for all other sessions.
|Session Name||EUC209-R | Optimizing costs using Amazon AppStream 2.0 fleet options|
|Dates and timing||Monday, Nov 27th 2023 – 8:30 AM (PST)|
Thursday, Nov 30th 2023 – 2:00 PM (PST)
|Add EUC209 to your agenda||https://bit.ly/49ivBF7|
Sergio Volpi, Sr. Specialist Solutions Architect, End User Computing, AWS
Thomas Sagaspe, Specialist Solutions Architect, End User Computing, AWS
|Thomas Sagaspe is a Specialist Solutions Architect in End User Computing solutions based in France. He works with partners and customers in designing and architecting on AWS.|
|Sergio Volpi brings 20 years of experience in End User Computing solutions. He joined AWS as a Senior Solutions Architect for End User Computing based in Spain.|