Forget the VPN: Key Considerations for Providing Your Dev-Ops Teams with Remote Access to Linux and Windows Sandbox Environments from Any Device

Designing a remote access solution for your essential task workers can is one thing, but developing a remote access solution that makes your devs happy? Well, that’s a horse of a different color.

For developers, quick and easy access to sandbox test environments is critical. Even better is quick and easy access to those environments from anywhere and any device, especially for dev teams in edge locations or working remotely.

With Leostream’s HTML5 SSH viewer, it’s easy to provide DevOps teams with access to Linux desktops hosted, well, anywhere. AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, OpenStack, VMware, from any device with an internet connection.

However, providing SSH access to Linux sandboxes isn’t the only part of the story. Let’s take a closer look at what to consider when providing remote access for DevOps teams.

 

ANYWHERE ACCESS

By providing anywhere access with HTML5-based RDP, VNC, and SSH connections, users can access their Windows or Linux desktops, servers, and applications on almost any cloud or on-prem hosting platform, from anywhere and from any client device with a browser and internet access.

 

AUTOMATE

Users come and go, and so can their development environments. Use a tool that can automatically create and assign new users to the appropriate resources and delete those resources when the user is gone.

 

MANAGE CAPACITY

Manage capacity in your data center by controlling who has access to what and for how long, and define what happens when they disconnect, logs out, or move to a new location.

 

At Leostream, we provide a complete solution for remote access solutions for DevOps teams. For more information, contact us at sales@leostream.com

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