In Amazon AppStream 2.0, image management refers to the process of creating, maintaining, and deploying images that contain the applications and configurations needed to run your streaming sessions.
An image in AppStream 2.0 is a collection of software components and settings that are used to launch a virtual machine. The virtual machine provides the computing environment for your users to access and run their applications. You can customize your images to include the specific applications, settings, and configurations that you need.
To manage images in AppStream 2.0, you can use the AppStream 2.0 console or the AWS CLI. The console provides a graphical interface for creating and updating images, while the AWS CLI provides a command-line interface for automating image management tasks.
When creating an image, you can specify the base image, operating system, and software components to include. You can also configure settings such as the default browser, network settings, and user accounts. After you have created your image, you can update it as needed to reflect changes in your applications and configurations.
In addition to creating and updating images, you can also manage the images that are stored in your AppStream 2.0 image library. You can organize images into image categories, view image metadata, and delete images that are no longer needed.
Overall, image management in Amazon AppStream 2.0 allows you to create, configure, and deploy customized images that are optimized for your streaming sessions. By managing your images effectively, you can ensure that your users have access to the applications and configurations they need to be productive.