Monday, 20 May 2019

New Feature Configurable Timeouts For Idle Sessions Added By Amazon AppStream 2.0

Amazon AppStream 2.0 is a completely organized application streaming service which gives customers with immediate access to their desktop applications from anywhere. AppStream 2.0 handles the AWS resources essential to host and execute your applications, scales automatically, and offers access to your customers on request. AppStream 2.0 gives users access to the applications they require on the device of their option, with a responsive, fluid user experience that is identical from locally installed applications. Now, Amazon AppStream 2.0 introduced new feature that is the idle disconnect timeout. You can automatically decouple an idle user after a configurable amount of time with this feature, certifying your streaming instances are being functionally used. Your user will get a notification notifying them if they are about to be detached caused by idleness. If your user rejoins before the individually configurable decouple timeout period has passed, they will be reconnected to the identical streaming session they earlier had. Refer our documentation to configure the idle disconnect timeout feature for your fleets. The idle disconnect timeout feature is accessible without any extra cost in every AWS Regions where AppStream 2.0 is available. AppStream 2.0 works on ‘pay-as-you-go’. Visit Amazon AppStream 2.0 Pricing for extra details, and try our sample applications.

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