Yaler is a relay infrastructure for secure access to embedded systems
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Get secure Web and SSH access to your embedded systems, no matter if they're located behind a firewall, a NAT or a mobile network router. Pay-per-use, with premium enterprise support.
Yaler works with any device that provides a TCP socket. Get started with devices like Arduino, BeagleBone, Netduino and Raspberry Pi, or implement a custom binding for your device, based on our examples in C, C#, Java and Python.
Once the YalerTunnel command line tool, or a Yaler library, has been installed on the device, end-users just plug in their device to access it from any browser or phone at a known, stable URL.
Connected products are hard. Focus on your application, let us worry about the plumbing. From the first prototype to field trials and on through the lifetime of your deployed product.
The Yaler relay provides addressability and accessibility:
Why? Usually a firewall, NAT or mobile router blocks access:
The YalerTunnel daemon enables remote SSH access to embedded Linux devices. Conveniently debug, monitor or update your devices using any terminal or standard tool.
Securely access local embedded Web servers for monitoring, configuration and remote operation. Works as well for a local client in a separate network, like a smartphone using 3G/4G.
Build apps or rich clients that talk to your connected products. Use any standard Web library. Move user interface complexity to the app, where it's easier to update. Keep hardware lean.
Yaler enables secure tunneling of most TCP-based, proprietary and legacy protocols. Use VNC to monitor a machine, or collect data stored in a local DB, without compromising on security.
Remote access to local gateways enables the configuration and control of other devices in the same network, even if those use alternative transport like Bluetooth Smart, ZigBee or 6LoWPAN.
Once your device is accessible and addressable from the Web, integration with existing Web applications or 3rd party services is straight forward. HTTP keeps the services nicely decoupled.
Used in building and home automation, environmental monitoring, tele-medicine and more.