Deviceplane

Deviceplane

A company offering a management tool for embedded systems and edge computing, allowing users to securely update, monitor, and access their devices.

Deviceplane is a company offering a management tool for embedded systems and edge computing, allowing users to securely update, monitor, and access their devices that is headquartered in San Francisco, California and was founded in 2018 by Josh Curl.

The company uses an open-source platform that can be used for IOT gateways, edge servers, robotics, single-board computers, drones, and medical devices. Deviceplane offers users the ability to make use of remote updates, SSH access, monitoring, logging, access control, and a developer API. According to the company's website, their platform can only be set up on devices running Linux.

Deviceplane offers 3 different subscription models for users: developer (25 device limit, single user, $0/month), team (50 devices, 3 users, and user support, $250/month), enterprise (custom solutions, unlimited users, dedicated support, and onboarding, custom pricing).

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On October 1, 2019 Deviceplane announced raising an undisclosed amount of seed funding from Coatue Management and Accel.

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Launch HN: Deviceplane (YC W20) - Update and Manage Devices Running Linux | Hacker News

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