AWS re:Invent 2016: Best Practices from the Trenches: Deploy Amazon WorkSpaces Like a Pro (BAP402)

Amazon WorkSpaces is an enterprise desktop computing service that runs in the cloud. In this deep-dive session, we discuss advanced topics and best practices for deploying Amazon WorkSpaces in your organization. We discuss Amazon VPC design and public endpoints, AWS Directory Service, integrating with your on-premises Microsoft Active Directory, using multi-factor authentication, and monitoring and logging with Amazon CloudWatch metrics. We walk through how to do all this using a combination of the AWS Command Line Interface, the AWS Management Console, and AWS CloudFormation templates.

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