In the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub app catalog, users can access applications and desktops that you manage from the Workspace ONE UEM console, the Workspace ONE Access console, the Horizon Console for the first generation of Horizon Cloud Services, and the Horizon Universal Console for the Horizon Cloud Service - next-gen.
|Workspace ONE UEM
In the Workspace ONE UEM console, you configure, manage, and entitle to users cloud, mobile, and Windows apps that are publicly available from app stores and internal apps that are built in-house. See the Application Management Life-Cycle guide in the Workspace ONE UEM Documentation center.
|Workspace ONE Access
In the Workspace ONE Access console, you configure, manage, and entitle uses to web apps and virtual apps. You can add some web applications to your catalog directly from the Workspace ONE Access catalog pages in the console. Other resource types require you to configure the resource outside the Workspace ONE Access console. See the Workspace ONE Access Resource Guide for information about setting up these resources in Workspace ONE Access.
|VMware Horizon Cloud Service – next-gen
(Cloud only) VMware Horizon Cloud Service – next-gen allows you to manage and monitor desktop and application deployments. When Workspace ONE Access is configured as the identity provider, you can enable Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub in the Horizon Universal Console Integrations > Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub page. Users can then access their Horizon desktops and applications in the App catalog pages from the Hub portal in a browser. When singe sign-on is activated in the Horizon Cloud Service - next-gen, you can launch your desktop or app from the Hub portal without entering your credentials. See the VMware Horizon Cloud Service – next-gen documentation.
Note: Horizon desktops and apps assigned through the Horizon Cloud Service – next-gen cannot be accessed from the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub app on iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows devices.
|VMware Horizon Cloud Services - first-gen
When Workspace ONE Access is integrated with a Horizon Cloud tenant that has single-pod brokering enabled, you create one or more virtual apps collections in the Workspace ONE Access console. The virtual apps collections contain the configuration information for the Horizon Cloud tenants and sync settings. See Providing Access to VMware Horizon Cloud Services Desktops and Applications.
|VMware Horizon Cloud tenant with Universal Broker enabled
(Cloud only) When Workspace ONE Access is integrated with a Horizon Cloud tenant that has Universal Broker enabled, the Hub Service syncs the Horizon Cloud entitlements directly from the Universal Broker service. See Horizon Cloud Environment with Universal Broker - Architecture of Integration with Workspace One Access and Intelligent Hub Services.
Note: Integration with Horizon Cloud Services on Microsoft Azure with Universal Broker is not available for a Workspace ONE Access tenant that has VMware Identity Services enabled. See the Unsupported Workspace ONE Features topic in the Configuring User Provisioning and Identity Federation with VMware Identity Services guide.