Let's face it. Operating and securing your server infrastructure is time consuming, complicated, and tedious. After all, you have a stack of priorities to help your company innovate and generate revenue. JumpCloud automates the manual, tedious system administration tasks for DevOps and IT pros. JumpCloud works with your provisioning (Chef/Puppet), and your performance and up-time monitoring (Nagios, Zabbix, NewRelic, StackDriver) tools; it completes your operations trilogy by automating server maintenance, management, monitoring, and security. JumpCloud functionality includes: 

  • Keeping servers fast and efficient
  • Controlling access to servers and monitoring behavior
  • Ensuring properly configured and up-to-date servers
  • Detecting server compromises

JumpCloud returns days to DevOps and IT admins lives while increasing security. An automated SaaS-based offering, JumpCloud installs in seconds and requires no configuration. JumpCloud is available for most flavors of Linux. JumpCloud is currently free of charge - so install JumpCloud now, so you can focus on innovation, not re-creating the wheel.


  • Centralized, web-based, real-time dashboard that shows the status of your servers at a glance
  • Manage users in groups by type of server, and type of user - no more need for LDAP and giving all users access to all servers
  • Easily remove terminated employees - turn hours of work into seconds
  • Allow your users to change their password from an easy-to-use UI - no more help desk calls
  • Identify which servers are missing critical patches, so you can get them fixed fast
  • Identify servers under attack, by whom, and from where
  • Control critical security tuning across all your servers 


  • Increase reliability and safety - greater uptime, availability, and security
  • No need to glue multiple costly products together, or script them yourself
  • Greater efficiency - less time spent on system administration
  • Accurate, powerful, low-noise security that doesn't require security-practitioner skills