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Description de JumpCloud Directory-as-a-Service
JumpCloud Directory-as-a-Service, c'est Active Directory et LDAP réinventés. JumpCloud gère et connecte en toute sécurité vos utilisateurs à leurs systèmes, applications, fichiers et réseaux.
JumpCloud gère les utilisateurs et leurs systèmes sous Mac, Linux ou Windows et fournit un accès aux ressources dans le cloud et sur site tel qu'Office 365, Suite G, AWS, Salesforce et Jira. Le même login connecte les utilisateurs aux réseaux et aux partages de fichiers via RADIUS et Samba, respectivement, en sécurisant le WiFi de votre entreprise.
Informations sur JumpCloud Directory-as-a-Service
Fondé en 2012
Prix de JumpCloud Directory-as-a-Service
JumpCloud Directory-as-a-Service est disponible à partir de 3,00 $US/mois. JumpCloud Directory-as-a-Service est disponible en version gratuite et propose un essai gratuit. Voir plus d'informations concernant le prix de JumpCloud Directory-as-a-Service ci-dessous.
JumpCloud Directory-as-a-Service - Fonctionnalités
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Publié le 07/10/2019
Great LDAP solutions for small businesses
Commentaires: Small businesses that need to become more operational mature in handling their staff and managing users but maybe can't afford an on premise Windows server or want to keep everything in the cloud - this is where JumpCloud reigns supreme.
Avantages: The price is probably number 1 thing i like! Free for under 10 users. A great way for me as an IT professional to help smaller businesses get onto a stable platform for properly managing their users and devices, with room to expand as their companies grow. Great integrations with other apps (we use Office365 for most clients). With JumpCloud a small company really doesn't need a Windows Active Directory server on premises any longer.
Inconvénients: No customer service for the free licenses - I get why, but I don't have to like it. It would be less annoying if the knowledgebase was a bit streamlined better. Can be difficult to find How-To information. Usually the article is there but is not intuitive and easy to find.
Publié le 12/12/2019
Great Application Getting even Better
Commentaires: My overall experience has been nothing but positive. Now that all passwords are sync'd across both local and web services, our users rarely need password resets anymore. Their technical support has been very helpful and responsive in the few (maybe two times in two years?) I've needed to call them.
Avantages: I love its ease of use. Getting started using it was effortless as a single tech doing the work. Its ability to serve as a directory server for G Suite, PowerSchool (LDAP), and WiFi (RADIUS) makes my life so much easier. And it's even great that for G Suite it can be user-specific. We have some accounts that we don't tie into JumpCloud simply because they only need email. JumpCloud can "pull" G Suite Accounts if they already exist, and I love how it can "push" accounts as well for creating new users.
Inconvénients: There are a few niceties that they haven't implemented yet. Extensive logs can easily be pulled via their API, but they aren't available via the web-gui. They also haven't yet managed to implement the ability to manage Google Groups through their interface yet (but that's supposedly coming soon).
Publié le 09/09/2019
Everything I Need, Without the Aggravation of AD
Commentaires: I have been very happy with JumpCloud. I used to run an ActiveDirectory system for the small amount of users I have, and AD is so old, clunky, and often overkill. This is a lightweight solution that can allow you to manage your organization with ease using users, groups, and policies. Setting up a user in another state is just a click away on the panel.
Avantages: Very simple, quick package install that takes seconds. I love that the agent runs as service with a tiny footprint. You make changes using the web console, and they propagate down within a minute. Password syncing is not an issue. Just as if you were using AD, password syncing works fast. I loved how easy it was to setup RADIUS for wireless. I had it up and running within a couple of minutes. Agent installation on our machines was either done by a small installer, or in the case of Linux, a simple copy-and-paste command pasted into the terminal.
Inconvénients: No mobile app yet. I am hoping this will change in the future so I can make changes without having to log into the browser.
Publié le 22/11/2019
Break away from the traditional way of managing your computers
Commentaires: I love the ability of being able to manage computers and apps from anywhere that I am at. I do not have to be in the office to manage anything. Break away from the traditional settings.
Avantages: I love the fact this this is an online solution to your old traditional way to manage computers from internal servers. It branches outside your office to anywhere you want to do work.
Inconvénients: Some of the function setups are not that user friendly. Policies are a headache when selecting what to configure. It's not easy to go back where you left off. Sometimes you have to scroll down a long list of configurations to get back to the location that you last left off from.
Publié le 09/10/2019
Solid way to manage users
Commentaires: I use jump-cloud for my own business and my clients primarily to help with user management and to manage access to the various services that are used. It jump make all this easier.
It solves a bunch of problems all at once. You can have Jumpcloud handle your G Suite/Office 365 password, then use that same password for your computer logins and well as for your office's WiFi. A lot of people miss that last one. Small business rarely change the WiFi password, so every exemployee knows how to log in. With Jumpcloud Radius service, everyone uses their Jumpcloud password to log in. If someone is no longer with the company, you disable their Jumpcloud account and they no longer can log in.
If you are a Linux admin, Jumpcloud's system agent can handle password, or even better ssh keys with two-factor authentications. This really take security up while making all it easy to manage.
They keep adding features as well, like recently added management of Bitlocker.
Inconvénients: I only have minor grips. Like to manage LDAP, you have to create an LDAP bind user. No big deal, but that is the only thing I'm going to use that account for. The fact that it shows up as an option for G Suite or for system log ins is unnecessary. Seems like that should be a special user locked away under LDAP tab somewhere.