The VMware Workspace ONE and VMware Horizon Reference Architecture is now available and is a must read for anyone considering, designing, or undertaking a digital workspace project using VMware Workspace ONE, VMware Horizon 7, or VMware Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure.
The VMware Workspace ONE and VMware Horizon Reference Architecture guide provides a framework and guidance for architecting using Workspace ONE and Horizon, whether using cloud-based deployments or installing on-premises. Design guidance is given for each product—with a corresponding component design chapter devoted to each product—followed by chapters that provide best practices for integrating the components into a complete platform. Continue reading the introductory blog post.
Workspace ONE UEM:
Workspace ONE Intelligence:
Unified Access Gateway:
Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure:
Dynamic Environment Manager:
Updated Workspace ONE Access to version 20.01 and the Workspace ONE Access Connector to version 19.03. Previously, both used version 3.x.
Removed mention of Windows mandatory profiles from the Service Integration Design chapter. This feature does not work reliably when used with Windows 10 version 1809 and later.
New design section for VMware Workspace ONE Assist
Unified Access Gateway additions:
Add HA for ETL Connector for Workspace ONE Intelligence
Rename VMware Identity Manager to Workspace ONE Access
Rename User Environment Manager to Dynamic Environment Manager
Each of these short videos describes the architecture to use for a specific component of the Workspace ONE + Horizon solution. These videos are introductions and companions to the full architecture detail and guidance available in the Reference Architecture guide.