Introducing Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub 1.0 for Linux

The VMware Workspace ONE team is excited to announce that Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub 1.0 for Linux is publicly available.

Device heterogeneity continues to dominate customer conversations and has become a key method to add incremental value to our customers’ deployments. As a result, the desire to expand Workspace ONE UEM support to new and different devices is becoming critical in order to even better fulfill the promise of true unified endpoint modern management. With Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub support for Linux based devices, we will begin to meet customer demand for managing both client computing and Workspace IoT devices that are running on Linux.

Note: This first release of the Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for Linux only provides enrollment and beaconing. It does not provide data sampling for asset management or configuration for management. As a result, this release might not provide sufficient functionality to warrant deployment.


What’s New

  • LAGNT-5: Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub for Linux Enrollment


Known Issues

  • LAGNT-60: Intervals need to be limited selections in drop downs only
  • LAGNT-69: Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub crashes when LogConfig.json has logpath change


Customer Impact

Take advantage of this product by meeting the minimum requirements and downloading Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub 1.0 for Linux.

Minimum Requirements

  • ARM7 or X86_64 based hardware with any distribution of Linux that supports “systemd” system and service manager
  • Workspace ONE UEM Console 1903+
  • “LinuxPlatformSupportFeatureFlag” must be enabled in your environment

How to Download Workspace ONE Intelligent Hub 1.0 for Linux

  • Available on the My Workspace ONE Portal for authorized users.


Support Contact Information

To receive support, either submit a ticket via the My Workspace ONE portal or call your local support line.


Best Regards,

The VMware Workspace ONE Team

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