A Workspace is a virtual desktop product that consists of CPUs, memory, disks, and Windows operating systems (OSs) and can be subscribed to on demand and used at any time, from anywhere. Using Workspaces, you can configure cloud-based desktops with ease and access desired documents and applications from any devices, including Windows and MAC computers, iPads, iPhones, Android smart terminals.
After the Workspace service is enabled, you can subscribe to desired Workspace instances (CPUs, memory, user disks, and OSs) based on site requirements. Then the system creates the Workspace instances and notifies end users who use the Workspace.
Workspaces service provide Workspace instances that meet daily office requirements as well as Workspace instances with graphics processing unit (GPU) capabilities to cope with HD graphics scenarios.
A web-based management console is provided for you to flexibly obtain and release Workspaces that are ready for use out of the box.
The Workspace service has the following features:
Deploying a conventional virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) takes several weeks or even more. A Workspace can be rapidly deployed and be ready for use out of the box.
You can manage hundreds of Workspace instances using the web console.
You can select desired package specifications (CPUs, memory, disks, and GPU) from a wide array of Workspace package specifications to meet onsite service requirements.