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What is Deviceplane?

It is an open source device management tool for embedded systems and edge computing. It helps solve various infrastructure problems relating to remote device management.
Deviceplane is a tool in the Device Management category of a tech stack.
Deviceplane is an open source tool with 208 GitHub stars and 45 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Deviceplane's open source repository on GitHub

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Deviceplane's Features

  • Open Source
  • Security Conscious
  • Developer Focused
  • Remote Updates
  • SSH Access
  • Access Control
  • Developer API

Deviceplane Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Deviceplane?
Microsoft Intune
It is a cloud-based enterprise mobility management tool that aims to help organizations manage the mobile devices employees use to access corporate data and applications, such as email.
VMWare AirWatch
It is the leading enterprise mobility management (EMM) technology that powers VMware Workspace ONE. It provides technologies that help IT administrators deploy, secure and manage mobile devices, applications and data, as well as Windows 10 and Apple Mac computers.
Headwind MDM
It is the open source mobile device management system for Android. It provides application management, device management, remote wipe, and many other services. Developers can add new features by creating plugins.
IBM MaaS360
It simplifies MDM with rapid deployment, and comprehensive visibility and control that spans across mobile devices, applications, and documents. It supports all devices including the iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Kindle Fire.
AppBlade provides a platform that can manage mobile applications, users, and devices in one convenient tool. When connected to common tools (CI, GitHub, JIRA, BugZill, HipChat, and many more) AppBlade will completely automate the process of capturing builds, deploying them to devices, capturing feedback/crash reports/statistics, keeping applications updated, sending information back to other 3rd party tools, and removing applications from devices following testing.
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