Manage your Linux devices remotely with ease
NodeBeagle allows you to monitor key statistics, run commands and install or update packages on your Linux servers and workstations from a centralised, cloud-based management console.
NodeBeagle records your device's configuration and status at 1-minute intervals and keeps it for 365 days. Easily report on your device's usage and configuration changes over time.
The dashboard shows the last time each of your devices checked in, with a traffic light indicator showing the devices you should be concerned about.
Run a command and see the results for a single device, all devices or a selection of your devices with a single click. No more “shushing” (SSH’ing) into several machines.
Install package updates with a single click across some or all of your devices. Package installations and updates can be scheduled to run out-of-hours.
The NodeBeagle console is completely usable on whatever device you have to hand - smartphone, tablet or a plain-old computer.
Device discovery allows you to install the agent and register a device with a single command on the command-line, making NodeBeagle a great fit for containerised and automated build environments.
Supported Operating Systems
We recommend and support these operating systems, but NodeBeagle’s agent should run on any Linux distribution that uses kernel 2.6.23 or later. Package management requires Apt, Yum or DNF.
RHEL 7, 8
Fedora 31, 32
NodeBeagle’s light-weight agent captures real-time, on-board statistics about your Linux servers’ or workstations’ CPU, memory and disk usage.
The web-based console graphs these statistics so you can monitor both current usage and historical trends wherever you are, for any of your devices.