|Primary category:||IT Management Software|
|User Ratings:||4.6/5 (9 ratings)|
|Pricing Model:||trial/premium, from $1.34/month|
|Social Followers:||7.98k likes 5.43k followers|
|Generally used by:||Startups, SMEs, Enterprises|
Pulseway is an IT management software that gives you instant alerts and complete control over all your workstations, servers and applications. Available across any mobile platform (native mobile apps) or any web browser, the Pulseway Dashboard offers complete visibility of all your systems from a central place. Instant alerts notify you the moment something goes wrong, either by push notification or via email. Take instant action and resolve issues straight from your smartphone or tablet, without having to open your computer.
Server, workstation and application monitoring and management
Instant notifications via Push Notifications or Email
Complete control from any smartphone or tablet
Starting from: $1.34/month
Credit card required: No
Professional Plan ($ 1.34 A SYSTEM / MONTH): Starts from one end point; One user account; One concurrent remote desktop session
Enterprise Plan ($ 1.74 A SYSTEM / MONTH): Dedicated Server; Starts from 50 end points; Multi-user management (Multiple user accounts for a collaborative environment); Multiple concurrent remote desktop sessions; Audit log and complete user traceability
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iOS, Android, Windows and Windows Phone.
Pulseway offers multiple user accounts with its Enterprise plan. Giving you a complete collaborative environment.
Pulseway offers user manuals, guides, customer support and a community forum.
IT departments, IT consultants, Managed Services Providers and System Administrators.
To remotely monitor and management servers, computers and applications.
Pulseway integrates with Slack. Additionally Pulseway has integrations with Pagerduty, Zendesk, Autotask, ESET and StorageCraft.
Using the REST API or the Cloud API you can monitor and control all your applications. It's easy to integrate, all you need to do is write just a few lines of code for the application instances to appear in your list of monitored systems.