More than 100,000 enterprise apps that range from office suites to media players are used daily on Linux, one of the more preferred open-source projects. Linux is used on servers, desktops, laptops and smartphones, and its openly available source code makes it a favorite among the developer community.
The challenge with more Linux devices is that, when contrasted with other operating systems, Linux device management weighs down IT teams. This forces IT teams to take on more than needed.
Unified endpoint management solution Scalefusion sees this challenge among its customers. With that, Linux Device Management is introduced by Scalefusion. Along with Android (News - Alert), iOS, Windows and macOS, enterprises can now manage their Linux devices with Scalefusion's simple, intuitive dashboard.
Using Scalefusion Linux Device Management, IT admins provision, secure and monitor Linux laptops, PCs and IoT devices. A key piece of the device management puzzle is monitoring. With Scalefusion Linux Device Management, IT admins can obtain all the vital information about the health of their Linux devices from the Scalefusion dashboard.
Scalefusion for Linux also allows organizations to get actionable device information, perform remote actions, and run scripts for their Linux device fleet. Running scripts allow IT admins to streamline tasks and save valuable time, while remote actions enable the ability to take quick and informed actions on the devices remotely, including device shutdown and device reboot.
"We have been getting quite a few requests for Linux management from many customers, and we announce the launch of Scalefusion Linux Device Management,” said Sriram Kakarala, vice president of products at Scalefusion. “IT admins can get comprehensive insights into their Linux device inventory and configure Wi-Fi policies, USB/peripheral controls, password policies and run custom scripts besides being able to remotely restart/shutdown the device.”
Scalefusion Linux Device Management, with a free trial available, gives IT teams complete visibility using a unified dashboard that is easy to use.
Edited by Greg Tavarez