Cameyo for Linux – Reducing the cost of Cloud Desktops while preventing vendor lock-in

Today we’d like to introduce you to Cameyo for Linux.

Cameyo has always been the most secure, cost-effective and flexible way to enable your people to access their apps and data from any device. And with the addition of Cameyo for Linux, we’re now enabling organizations to make their digital workspaces even more efficient and cost-effective.

While Cameyo’s existing platform enables the delivery of all Windows, SaaS, and internal web apps to any device – Cameyo for Linux extends that capability to Linux applications as well as internal web apps that don’t require a Windows server. This dramatically reduces the cost of delivering Cloud Desktops by eliminating the need for costly Microsoft Remote Desktop Services Client Access Licenses (RDS CALs) while providing organizations with the flexibility they need to use their preferred solutions.

Let’s take a look at how easy it is to get started with Cameyo for Linux.

To set up a Cameyo for Linux server in the fully-hosted version of Camyeo, simply navigate to “Servers” on the right and then select “Add.”

Then, select the region that you’d like your server deployed in, then click the Windows logo next to the region drop-down menu to toggle the server type to Linux.

Then, simply hit “Create Now” and within a few minutes, you’ll be notified that your Linux server, running in the fully-hosted version of Cameyo in Google Cloud, has been created.

Like Cameyo’s traditional platform, you can also utilize Cameyo for Linux in any self-hosted environment – any cloud, on-premises, or hybrid environment. Simply select “Get Started” in the self-hosted section, and our wizard will walk you through the rest of the steps.

To publish your first application on Cameyo for Linux, connect to your new server as an administrator. In this example, we click on the “Start Now” button on the server page.

Once you are connected to the server, install your application in the same way you would on a non-Cameyo Linux device. In this example we will use the Terminal to install LibreOffice.

Once the application is installed, you can confirm that Cameyo sees the application by running /usr/local/bin/cameyo -publish app-list

Then to publish LibreOffice, run /usr/local/bin/cameyo -publish app “LibreOffice”

And that’s it. If you go back to your server’s page in the Cameyo Admin Console, you’ll see that the app is now published, and users will be able to run the application just like any of your Windows-based Cameyo applications – either in a browser or as a Progressive Web App.

Cameyo is the only virtualization solution that enables organizations to deliver all of their apps – including Windows apps – without delivering the full Windows desktop. This provides organizations of all sizes with a Windows OS-independent Cloud Desktop, which gives them the freedom to adopt any device, OS, and cloud they want without fear of being locked into the Microsoft environment.

Cameyo for Linux is the latest Cameyo innovation focused on providing organizations with the freedom and flexibility they need to provide their people with secure productivity from anywhere and any device without being locked into one vendor’s ecosystem.

To learn more, please visit where you can start a no-obligation free trial. Or schedule a customized demo where we’ll show you how Cameyo can help make your digital workspace more secure, cost-effective, and flexible – all while enhancing the user experience and preventing vendor lock-in.

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