Karen Gondoly, Leostream CEO
Expand your portfolio with Leostream
If you help customers build and manage their own data centers, Leostream can expand your footprint in that data center and beyond by managing access to Windows, Linux, and Mac operating systems.
We’ve helped Solutions Providers provide remomte access to graphics-intense applications. The hardware needed to run those applications is expensive, so instead of buying the hardware themselves, companies turn to MSPs who set up pools of shared hardware with Leostream managing access using one of the many high-performance display protocols we support.
MSPs leverage our Leostream Gateway to provide access to network isolated resources, whether that’s a private network for a customer in your data center, or instances in a virtual private cloud. The Leostream Gateway offers multiple options for connecting users to their desktops including in-browser, RDP, NoMachine, HP Remote Boost, NoMachine and our latest integration NICE DCV, which is a great protocol if you want to run in AWS as it’s built into their licensing. But, sorry, no Blast or HDX. Why, you ask, because those protocols are tightly (and purposefully) wound into full stack solutions.
If you are an MSP building a cloud, you may want to consider building it using OpenStack to get out from under a number of hefty licensing fees.
Another trend we’re seeing for MSPs is the move to the public cloud. Because of Leostream’s native support for on-prem and public cloud environments, it’s easy for you to migrate your customers between platforms without changing the end-user experience. And, we all know, that end user experience can make or break a deployment.
You want a platform that’s main mission is to enable emerging technologies in your environment. Right now, that’s the cloud and Leostream supports that in spades. Who knows what that technology will be next, but I guarantee Leostream will support it when it arrives.