Deviceplane is an open source device management tool for embedded systems and edge computing. It solves various infrastructure problems related to remote device management such as:
- Network connectivity and SSH access
- Orchestration and deployment of remote updates
- Host and application monitoring
- Device organization: naming, labeling, searching, and filtering of devices
- Access and security controls
Deviceplane integrates with your device by running a lightweight static binary via your system supervisor. It can be used with nearly any Linux distro, which means you can continue using Ubuntu, Raspbian, a Yocto build, or whatever else fits your needs.
A hosted version of Deviceplane is available at https://cloud.deviceplane.com/.
Visit https://deviceplane.com/docs to view the full documentation.
The architecture of Deviceplane is simple and designed to be easy to run and manage. The backend can be run with a single Docker command:
docker run -d --restart=unless-stopped -p 8080:8080 deviceplane/deviceplane
For more information on hosting Deviceplane yourself, check out the self-hosted docs.
Setup the database
This command will reset the database to an empty state and then seed it with some basic data.
Run the controller
This command starts the controller running on port 8080 by default.
go run cmd/controller/main.go --allowed-origin "http://localhost:3000"
Run the web application
Run the following commands in the
npm install npm start
The login is
Run the agent
Navigate to the
/devices/register route in the web application. A command to run the agent locally will be generated and printed to the browser console.
For bugs, issues, and feature requests please submit a GitHub issue.
For security issues, please email firstname.lastname@example.org instead of posting a public issue on GitHub.
For support, please email email@example.com.
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