Wednesday, 12 December 2018

AppStream 2.0 launched APIs to clarify app entitlements and allow delivery of virtualized apps

Amazon AppStream 2.0 introduced dynamic app framework APIs. You can dynamically create application catalogs for your users from a single AppStream 2.0 application image with the help of these APIs, or deliver virtualized apps from a third party solution. This minimizes the number of application images you require to retain, because you no longer want to design an image, stack, and fleet for each user group. You can design your personal provision with these APIs, or leverage a third party dynamic app supplier. The apps controlled by a dynamic app supplier can either be installed on an AppStream 2.0 image, or be delivered off-instance from a Windows file share or application virtualization service. Refer Manage App Entitlement with the Dynamic App Framework to create your own solution, or find third party dynamic app suppliers. There is no upfront cost for the dynamic app framework APIs, and these are accessible in each AWS Regions where AppStream 2.0 is obtainable. AppStream 2.0 gives pay-as-you-go pricing.

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