$1.67 per workstation per month or $3.55 per server per month.
Pros: Wide array of useful features and good support team.
Cons: The Free plan doesn’t allow for Remote Desktop sessions.
Bottomline: Pulseway is an excellent asset management platform with very few problems.
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Is Pulseway free?
What does Pulseway Manager do?
Pulseway RMM is a remote monitoring and management platform that businesses can use to manage and monitor their IT infrastructure.
What is Pulseway PSA?
Pulseway PSA is a business management platform that enables businesses to efficiently manage daily operations.
What are the main features of Pulseway PSA?
Is there a mobile app for Pulseway?
How many systems can I monitor with Pulseway?
You can monitor up to 50 endpoints with the Pro plan while the Pulseway Team plan allows you to monitor up to 100,000 systems per server.
What type of endpoints does Pulseway allow me to monitor?
You can monitor servers and workstations running Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems, and any application using the monitoring API. One Pulseway agent can monitor websites, virtual machines, cloud instances, and network attached devices.
What is Pulseway's price range?
Pulseway's Team plan ranges from $1.67 per workstation per month to $3.55 per server per month.
Does Pulseway allow me to have additional user accounts?
Yes. The Team plan allows you to get unlimited user accounts for anyone you need to give access to the platform, while the Free plan limits you to one user account.
Reviewed: Sep 12, 2017
There are 3 big problems that I have with Pulseway. Very little automation. Limited group policy support. It is impossible to change any agent settings or group policy settings remotely. It can only be done directly on the server itself. For background I have used Pulseway for 6 months.
Reviewed: Apr 03, 2018
My company recently started using Pulseway as our RMM solution and we love it so far with the exception of the Remote Desktop feature. It's a little short on features, but our main issue is that it's so laggy that it's unusable on most servers. Every now and then it works well, but it seems to be a rarity.
Reviewed: Jun 27, 2018
I've been happy with it overall. I generally like their PSA as well. I'm running on about 50 - 60 endpoints. The mobile app is great, although there are still some quirks where some things are only on the web app, and some only on the mobile app I think.Scripting and general management of hosts is OK. One thing that I don't like is when the host is offline - you really have no visibility into anything on the end point (ie if it's offline, I can't even tell you what OS it's running or other information that would be really easy to make available. Kaspersky and Webroot integrations are good.Windows Patch management - simple, and works - but needs more configureability. It's too simple at this point which at times makes it a bit useless.Overall, I'm happy with it, and their support.