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AWS AppStream 2.0 – Introduction

An introduction to AWS AppStream 2.0 and how to quickly leverage this AWS service
Instructor:
James Scanlon
40 students enrolled
English [Auto-generated]
Quickly get up to speed with AWS AppStream 2.0
Understand, Stacks, Fleets and the AppStream image builder
Use scripting examples and automate parts of your AppStream deployments
Automate your AppStream image creation with our powershell scripts
Use various authentication methods

This course covers an introduction to the AWS AppStream 2.0 service. We walk through the initial steps to get your AppStream service configured and publishing applications. We will look at what AppStream is, how and when to leverage it, what the console looks like (both web and aws cli) what Stacks, Fleets and the Image builder are and finally walk through a scripted build example for managing your AppStream images.

Prior Learning: You should have basic prior knowledge of fundamental networking and cloud concepts and be competent with Microsoft Windows operating systems.

Welcome and Introduction

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Introduction
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What is AWS AppStream 2.0

AWS AppStream 2.0 Introduction

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AWS AppStream 2.0 - What does it look like?
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AWS AppStream 2.0 - Console
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AWS AppStream 2.0 - User Pools
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AWS AppStream 2.0 - Fleet Intro
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AWS AppStream 2.0 - Fleet Intro DEMO
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AWS AppStream 2.0 - Stacks
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AWS AppStream 2.0 - Stacks DEMO
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AWS AppStream 2.0 - Storage Linking DEMO

AWS AppStream 2.0 - Image Builder

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AppStream 2.0 - Image Builder
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AWS AppStream 2.0 - Image Builder DEMO

AWS AppStream 2.0 - Scripted Build

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AWS AppStream 2.0 - Scripted Build
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AWS AppStream 2.0 - Script Run
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AWS AppStream 2.0 - Script Explanation

AWS AppStream 2.0 - AD Integration

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Create an AWS Active Directory Service
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VPC DHCP Option Set Creation
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Create a Bastion Host for Administration of AWS AD
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Create AppStream Domain Join Configuration
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Create a new AppStream Domain Joined Fleet
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AWS AppStream 2.0 - 3rd Party Auth - OKTA
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