CloudJumper Introduces Cloud Workspace Suite for Microsoft

CloudJumper, provider of a Workspace as a Service (WaaS) platform, is introducing Cloud Workspace for Azure.

The enhanced platform integrates the Cloud Workspace Management Suite with Microsoft’s Remote Desktop modern infrastructure (RDmi) for increased visibility into the user’s Azure, Office365, and Cloud Workspace experience.

The Cloud Workspace Management Suite for Azure automatically deploys IT application workloads, eliminating the need to host components outside of Azure’s Compute environment.

To simplify system access, the solution allows users to pass their Active Directory Domain Services credentials throughout the platform, using single sign-on to access applications based on user-defined policies for a better overall experience.

The user-friendly updates for desktop services in Azure will manage every layer of the administrator’s technology stack, as well as server resources with dynamic resource adjustment as requirements change. The solution also integrates billing into the administrator’s interface to streamline client management and simplify administration.

The CloudJumper solution is a highly functional Windows application delivery system to power cloud-enabled business-class applications and data delivery.

CloudJumper’s new Azure Web Application with HTML 5 integration eliminates the need for a separate broker infrastructure, helping with economies of scale and tying access points back to a single location. The uncoupled broker infrastructure also allows service providers to use the solution in a multi-tenant environment.

“The Cloud Workspace Management Suite for Azure features advanced levels of automation for the deployment of virtual desktops, applications, and complete cloud workspaces within Azure,” said Drew Walz, chief technology officer for CloudJumper. “As we continue to develop tight integration with Microsoft’s RDmi technology, our ability to improve efficiency and performance even further will grow substantially.”

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