VMware AirWatch helps you digitally transform, no matter where you are on that journey. To help you realize the possibilities, AirWatch enterprise mobility management (EMM) can be integrated and customized in a variety of ways to meet the needs of your specific use cases.
Our technical experts recently published five new EMM how-to guides to get you started. Follow the links below to take the next steps on your digital journey.
AirWatch easily integrates with other VMware and third-party solutions to further strengthen mobile security and automate operations.
1. How to Integrate AirWatch REST APIs
Is your organization using less secure mobile apps? With AirWatch REST APIs, quickly extend EMM functionality to your existing infrastructures and third-party apps.
Click here to learn how to configure API access.
2. How to Integrate AirWatch & Jenkins
Using Jenkins to continuously build and test internal apps? You don’t need to manually upload new builds to the AirWatch console.
Just configure the AirWatch plugin for Jenkins to automate delivery. Keep reading for an overview.
3. How to Integrate AirWatch & VMware NSX
With AirWatch, you can establish per-app VPN and restrict internal access only to approved apps. With the addition of VMware NSX micro-segmentation, you can further restrict approved apps to only access individual endpoints within your internal network.
Here are five steps to integrate AirWatch and NSX.
EMM Custom Settings
You can create your own custom settings to manually manage features and functionality for pre-released software.
4. How to Configure a Windows 10 Custom Settings Profile
Managing devices part of the Windows Insiders Program? You can grant these devices access to pre-released functionality by creating a custom settings profile.
Take these seven steps to configure a Windows 10 custom settings profile, and learn how to create and format the necessary SyncML code.
5. How to Configure a macOS Custom Settings Profile
Do your macOS users want access to pre-released Apple functionality? You can create a custom settings profile for that, too.
First, you need to create custom XML code. Here’s a memo from Bill Lumbergh—err, our solutions architect—on getting started.