Yaler is a relay infrastructure for secure access to embedded systems
Trusted by makers, small business and enterprise customers
Secure Web, SSH or VNC access to embedded systems located behind a firewall, NAT or mobile network router. Pay-per-use, with premium support.
Once our Linux daemon or Yaler library is installed, end-users just plug in your product to enable access from any browser or phone at a known, stable URL.
We figured out the hard parts and keep working to provide a highly reliable service that scales from first prototype to successfully deployed product.
Yaler works with any device that provides a TCP socket. Start with an Arduino Yun or Raspberry Pi, or ask us to implement a custom binding for your device.
The Yaler relay provides addressability and accessibility:
Why? Usually a firewall, NAT or mobile router blocks access:
Tried and tested on Raspbian, Debian, Ubuntu, OpenWrt, Yocto, Arch Linux and Arduino.
The YalerTunnel daemon enables remote SSH access to embedded Linux. Debug, monitor or update your devices using any terminal or standard tool.
Securely access local embedded Web servers for monitoring, configuration and remote operation. Or debug Webhook calls via Yaler, on your computer.
Once your device is accessible and addressable from the Web, integrating it with existing Web apps or third party services becomes straight forward.
Yaler tunnels most TCP-based proprietary and legacy protocols. Use VNC to operate a machine. Collect data stored in a local DB. Keep your plant secure.
Remote access to local gateways enables the configuration and debugging of other devices at the same location, even if those use alternative transports.
Build apps that talk to your product. Use any standard Web library. Move UI complexity to the app, where it's easier to update. Keep your hardware lean.
Used in building and home automation, environmental monitoring, tele-medicine and more.