This section contains topics for distributing applications to your end users. It also covers configuring certain Workspace ONE UEM applications, such as VMware Boxer.
If you're just getting started with app management, consult this section for platform-specific prerequisites, supported application types, initial setup, and more.
You can configure extra settings for Workspace ONE UEM applications from the Workspace ONE UEM console. This section covers most of the major applications.
Use Workspace ONE UEM to push Android public applications to devices. This process includes adding and approving applications for integration between Workspace ONE UEM and Android for Work from the Google Play Store, which can be accessed from the UEM console.
This section contains topics about native applications. Workspace ONE UEM groups applications as Native and Web. This design reflects the integration with the VMware Identity Manager system and the Workspace ONE platform.
Web applications provide end-users access to URLs directly from an icon on their devices. The Workspace ONE UEM system has two types of web applications, SaaS and web links. SaaS applications are applications are integrated with the VMware Identity Manager system. Web links are applications configured solely in the UEM console.
After adding application you have a number of options for managing them. This section outlines many of the features available to you, for example: access policies, versioning an application, deleting applications, making apps MDM managed, and more.
Workspace ONE UEM apps and wrapped apps can take advantage of a number of advanced app management features, which are covered in this section.
To better enforce application-based compliance rules, consider creating application groups. These groups of apps allow you to later define compliance rules based on a set of particular apps.
Compliance policies enable you to act upon devices that do not comply with set standards. For example, you can create compliance policies that detect when users install forbidden applications.
Use Workspace ONE as a unified app catalog that provides single sign-on access to internal and public applications.
This section covers how to configure and deploy the app catalog, which is how your end users can access the apps you have recommended or deployed.
Refer to this section if your organization requires a standalone catalog outside the scope of VMware Workspace ONE UEM Mobile Device Management.
Integrate with an existing third-party app scanning vendor. App reputation services scan network data, including applications, for vulnerabilities and threats to prevent and block malicious attacks to enterprise networks.
This section covers uploading and pushing iBooks to iOS devices.
Samsung Knox supports the deployment of internal and public applications.