The key tasks you perform from the Workspace ONE Access console is manage user authentication and access policies and entitle users to resources. Other tasks support this key task by providing you with more detailed control over which users or groups are entitled to which resources under which conditions.
When Workspace ONE Hub Services is integrated with Workspace ONE Access, end users can access their work resources from their user web portal in a browser or from the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub App on their devices. You can access the Hub Services console from the Workspace ONE Access console to set up how employees use the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub app to access company resources, receive notifications, and search for people. See VMware Workspace ONE Hub Services documentation for documentation about configuring and managing Hub Services.
New JAN 2023 - VMware Identity Services Integration
VMware Identity Services is a new service for integrating Workspace ONE services, including Workspace ONE Access, with a third-party identity provider to provide centralized user management. VMware Identity Services is based on the System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) 2.0 protocol.
VMware Identity Services is available for new Workspace ONE tenants that do not have any existing directory or identity provider integrations.
Some features are not available in tenants that have VMware Identity Services enabled. See the Unsupported Workspace ONE Features topic in the Configuring User Provisioning and Identity Federation with VMware Identity Services guide.
For more information about VMware Identity Services, see the following links.