This reference architecture has undergone design validation, component design and build, service build, integration, user workflow, and testing to ensure that all objectives are met, the use cases are delivered properly, and real-world implementation is achievable.The Workspace ONE reference architecture illustrates how Workspace ONE can deliver a modern digital workspace that meets key business requirements and common use cases for the increasingly mobile workplace.This example architecture and deployment addresses key business requirements, such as enabling business mobility for employees, and targets use cases such as mobile knowledge workers.
Similarly, access to corporate and user content is provided through a flexible approach of integrating with on-premises file servers, Microsoft Office 365–based content, third-party cloud storage providers, and VMware Air Watch Content Locker™.
It provides detailed configuration information and example architecture.
The result is a description of cohesive services that address typical business use cases.
This feature allows use of capabilities, such as Apple Touch ID on an i Phone, fingerprint readers on Android devices, and Microsoft Windows Hello on a Surface Pro, to provide a password-free and secure means of logging in to all the applications that end users need.
Further building on security themes, Workspace ONE provides options for Data Loss Prevention (DLP) and multifactor authentication (MFA) technology to ensure that enterprise information is protected on mobile platforms.
To start, you need to understand the business requirements, reasons, and objectives for undertaking the project.