cloud gateway

Citrix CloudGateway®

Aggregate, control and deliver all of your enterprise applications

Citrix CloudGateway is the industry's first unified service broker that aggregates, controls and delivers Windows, web, SaaS and mobile apps to any device, anywhere. CloudGateway provides end-users with an intuitive single point of access and self-service to all of their business apps on any device anywhere. It also provides IT with a comprehensive single point of aggregation and control for all apps and users.

 

CloudGateway helps IT and users

  • Deliver all apps. Go beyond Windows apps to aggregate, control and deliver all apps including web, SaaS, mobile apps and data.
  •  Unified—not siloed. IT no longer needs to create and manage individual/siloed processes and tools to add new devices, user types and apps.
  •  Regain control and eliminate chaos. IT can manage and secure corporate IP, apps and data by unifying and automating controls for apps, devices and identities.
  •  Empower users by giving them every app they need in a unified, self-service app catalog that is available from any device, anywhere.

How CloudGateway works

Designed for extensibility and flexibility, CloudGateway is a software-based unified service broker that provides the following technologies to unify the aggregation, control and delivery of apps and data to any user on any device


Log in to StoreFront services

Users log in using Receiver on their device of choice to access the unified app StoreFront, where they can subscribe to their desktops and Windows, web and SaaS apps. Then they can access their personalized apps on any device and launch them with one login.

 

Request and auto-provision apps

Using the StoreFront, users can request access to the applications they need. This launches a workflow that automatically routes the request to the designated approvers. When fully approved, CloudGateway automatically creates the user's account and grants designated access.

 

Define access control scenarios

Administrators can define scenario-based access controls using a broad range of contextual factors including user roles and groups, device profile, security, network and location. They can configure stronger controls for specific apps or groups of apps without having to reconfigure individual applications directly.

 

Monitor service levels and licenses

A unified dashboard monitors SaaS apps to help hold providers accountable for meeting SLAs for availability and performance. On-demand reporting monitors SaaS application usage and quickly reclaims licenses when user accounts are de-provisioned to avoid the cost of license over–provisioning.



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