The Leostream Connection Broker seamlessly integrates with existing business systems without the need for modifications or additions. Designed to work out-of-the-box with tested production systems, the Connection Broker allows organizations to deploy a hosted desktop infrastructure (HDI) easily.
With the Leostream Connection Broker, organizations can authenticate users with any of the following authentication servers:
The Connection Broker supports multiple, untrusted domains without requiring changes to existing authentication servers.
Multi-factor Authentication Systems
The Connection Broker enables two- and three-factor authentication by integrating with any of the following multi-factor authentication systems:
The Leostream Connection Broker integrates with Novell eDirectory for user authentication and policy assignment. eDirectory integration includes single sign on access to desktops.
With the Leostream Connection Broker, organizations can assign virtual machines from a variety of hypervisors, including:
In addition, organizations can combine VMware vCenter Server features along with the Leostream Connection Broker to enhance the availability of virtual desktops. The Connection Broker integrates with vCenter Server functionality, such as:
With the Leostream Connection Broker, organizations can leverage existing hardware-based SSL VPN devices to provide secure access through the Internet, using two-factor RSA token authentication. The Connection Broker integrates with SSL VPN devices from the following vendors:
Organizations can use existing hardware load balancers to spread user logins across Connection Brokers in a cluster, ensuring high availability and fast connections. The Connection Broker works with the following load balancers: