itopia Releases New Feature Set that Can Reduce the IT Burden on Internal Staff

itopia, a cloud infrastructure automation solution for Google Cloud, is releasing its newest feature set, Collection Pools with Dynamic Server Uptime and Nearest Point Connection.

With the latest release, itopia customers gain the flexibility to support multi-region teams with low latency and intelligent resource balancing.

itopia offers an intuitive, lightweight alternative to legacy VDI by automating the provisioning and management of Remote Desktop Services (RDS) deployments on Google Cloud from a single control panel.

With Collection Pools, itopia expands on the functionality previously found in RD Collections. Collection Pools are designed to work across multiple regions and intelligently connect the user to their nearest region in real-time. When an admin configures a Collection Pool for multiple regions, itopia will automate the creation of that Collection across each region.

“We built itopia to remove the heavy burden of orchestrating cloud servers and user management, giving forward-thinking enterprises a simple solution to deploying and managing Windows desktops in the cloud,” said Jonathan Lieberman, CEO and co-founder of itopia. “Our latest release enables unprecedented levels of automation that, in turn, drive significant cost efficiencies, speed up time to value, and reduce the IT burden on internal staff.”

Collection Pools streamline the management of deployed workloads with several new features including:

  • Nearest Point Connection
  • Custom Collection Sizing
  • Dynamic Server Uptime

Additionally, the latest release of itopia adds additional security with a new administrative model using Proxy Execution Service (PES).

With Google Cloud’s latest KMS system updates, a public IP interface is no longer required on Windows VMs. PES gives customers peace of mind in knowing that all administrative commands can now be transmitted over the internal Google Cloud network.

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