Leostream, a remote desktop access platform provider, announced integration with Amazon WorkSpaces Core, providing a seamless and secure experience for deploying virtual desktops and applications in hybrid cloud environments.
WorkSpaces Core enables customers and partners to create custom VDI solutions using purpose-built compute instances optimized for virtual desktops. By adding Leostream and WorkSpaces Core, organizations that use on-premises VMware hypervisors can maximize the utility of desktops and applications hosted in the cloud, while benefiting from improved security and lower costs.
The combination of using VMware hypervisors on-prem, Amazon WorkSpaces in the cloud, and the Leostream Connection Broker to manage the environment provides simplified management, better end-user experience, enhanced security and compliance features, greater workflow flexibility and easier user onboarding.
“Organizations that rely on VMware for their digital workspace requirements often have users who would benefit from a cloud-based workspace,” said Leostream CEO Karen Gondoly. “However, IT needs a solution that can manage these hybrid environments from a single web-based administrator portal. Leostream is uniquely positioned to offer a seamless way to provide this hybrid experience with WorkSpaces Core and VMware environments. This latest solution is part of Leostream’s ongoing efforts to enable enterprises to build a better way to manage hybrid work.”
For more information regarding Leostream’s remote desktop access platform, visit www.Leostream.com.