Itopia Releases All-New Management Console Support for Windows 10 VDI on Google Cloud

itopia | December 22, 2020

itopia, the main cloud automation and orchestration answer for Google Cloud, today announced the extended capacities of its SaaS stage to send and oversee Windows 10 Client OS virtual work areas and applications. With the most recent delivery, itopia clients presently can convey worldwide arrangements of the two Windows 10 and Windows Server VDI conditions on Google Cloud's fast organization.

Coinciding with its Windows 10 product release, itopia has released an all-new management console and end-user login portal, focused on streamlined UX and a snappier interface. In addition to the refined admin experience, the new itopia version release showcases:

• Native Integration with Google Cloud's Sole-Tenant Nodes
• Automated Gold Image Validation from Customer-Sourced Images
• Customizable Admin Roles for Granular Permissions Delineation

As more enterprises embrace the cloud for addressing the increasing trend of distributed workforces, itopia is positioned to provide the easiest, most cost-effective way to manage cloud VDI and DaaS environments at scale.

"itopia exists to bridge the gap between Windows applications, low-cost end-user devices, and Google Cloud. As one unified management platform,  itopia automates and orchestrates the entire VDI technology stack, enabling sysadmins with no VDI or Google Cloud experience to oversee global deployments and easily manage a distributed workforce." said Ubaldo Don, CTO and Co-Founder of itopia.

From enormous medical services suppliers to global producers and then some, itopia's automation stage makes it simple for ventures to move their end-client remaining tasks at hand to Google Cloud and outfit their representatives with secure admittance to business basic applications and information on any gadget.

"As a Premier Partner of Google Cloud, itopia is uniquely positioned to accelerate the modernization of the enterprise," said Jonathan Lieberman, CEO and Co-Founder of itopia. "itopia's Cloud VDI orchestration makes the future of end-user computing possible while slashing IT costs and unburdening IT teams."

itopia is Google Cloud's select answer for cloud-local VDI and Desktop as a Service (DaaS), bringing an undertaking grade stage to the GCP Marketplace. With a single tick acquirement and a single tick organization, itopia's nearby association with Google Cloud makes computerized change conceivable in days - not months.

About itopia

As enterprises seek to simplify their digital transformation, itopia automates and orchestrates infrastructure on Google Cloud, enabling enterprises to shed IT burdens and focus on what they do best. itopia's core offerings include accelerating VDI workload migration to cloud-native Desktop as a Service (DaaS), eliminating costly & complex infrastructure overhead from vendors like Citrix or VMware, and providing a unified, end-to-end lifecycle management console for securely delivering Windows virtual desktops & apps to global, distributed workforces.


By using AWS, Central Group has been able to reduce time to market from six months to one month and improve agility to develop new offerings for its customers. Central Group is one of the largest retail companies in Thailand, with a variety of diverse investments in industries such as property development, brand management, hospitality, and food & beverage industries. The company uses services like AWS Database Migration Service, Amazon Glacier, Amazon S3, and Amazon EMR to migrate data and build its datalakes on AWS, and also runs Magento on AWS to facilitate its omnichannel platform as part of its new digital strategy.


By using AWS, Central Group has been able to reduce time to market from six months to one month and improve agility to develop new offerings for its customers. Central Group is one of the largest retail companies in Thailand, with a variety of diverse investments in industries such as property development, brand management, hospitality, and food & beverage industries. The company uses services like AWS Database Migration Service, Amazon Glacier, Amazon S3, and Amazon EMR to migrate data and build its datalakes on AWS, and also runs Magento on AWS to facilitate its omnichannel platform as part of its new digital strategy.

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Samsung | July 09, 2021

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Banyan Security | January 24, 2022

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Keeper Security | February 04, 2022

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