New – Amazon Linux WorkSpaces

Over two years ago I explained why I Love my Amazon WorkSpace. Today, with well over three years of experience under my belt, I have no reason to return to a local, non-managed desktop. I never have to worry about losing or breaking my laptop, keeping multiple working environments in sync, or planning for disruptive hardware upgrades. Regardless of where I am or what device I am using, I am highly confident that I can log in to my WorkSpace, find the apps and files that I need, and get my work done.
Now with Amazon Linux 2 As a WorkSpaces user, you can already choose between multiple hardware configurations and software bundles. You can choose hardware with the desired amount of compute power (expressed in vCPUs — virtual CPUs) and memory, configure as much storage as you need, and choose between Windows 7 and Windows 10 desktop experiences. If


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New – GPU-Powered Amazon Graphics WorkSpaces

As you can probably tell from my I Love My Amazon WorkSpace post I am kind of a fan-boy!
Since writing that post I have found out that I am not alone, and that there are many other WorkSpaces fan-boys and fan-girls out there. Many AWS customers are enjoying their fully managed, secure desktop computing environments almost as much as I am. From their perspective as users, they like to be able to access their WorkSpace from a multitude of supported devices including Windows and Mac computers, PCoIP Zero Clients, Chromebooks, iPads, Fire tablets, and Android tablets. As administrators, they appreciate the ability to deploy high-quality cloud desktops for any number of users. And, finally, as business leaders they like the ability to pay hourly or monthly for the WorkSpaces that they launch.
New Graphics Bundle These fans already have access to several different hardware choices: the Value, Standard, and


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