RPort - an all-in-one remote management suite for heterogeneous environments. RPort addresses three basic needs of a sysadmin:
Fast and secure remote access from everywhere
script execution from a central dashboard
and automation of common tasks
RPort makes efficient automation doable for everyone.
RPort lets users manage and automate their Windows and Linux devices - desktops, servers, and any device from an intuitive browser-based dashboard. It provides a comprehensive overview of the entire inventory. Users can securely log in to remote systems. Firewall changes or a VPN are not needed.
RPort is made for maximum security. Sniffing credentials is technically not possible. Users always have full control over their data.
With RPort, SysAdmin can get into automation easily. Executing commands on remote machines from a central dashboard is the first step. On a single server or on a group, one by one or in parallel. Even complex tasks can be automated by scripts. A library allows reusing and sharing automation recipes with colleagues. Complete deployment of desktop PCs or servers including all applications and their configuration can be automated.
The underlying reverse tunneling technology also makes remote access highly secure. Users connect to any remote system over an encrypted tunnel using Remote Desktop, SSH, VNC, HTTP, or any TCP-based protocol. No ports are exposed. No port forwarding or VPN is needed. Secure and proven login mechanisms of the OS are used. Unlike other solutions which operate via their own backdoors.
Users can install their RPort server easily, on-premise, or on any small cloud VM starting at $2 per month. Because the user always owns his RPort instances no data is ever shared with a cloud provider. The remote client is lightweight and available for any operating system.
RPort is released under the MIT open-source license and is, therefore, free to use. Server and client are static binaries without dependencies making the installation easy even for inexperienced users.