Remote.It Simplifies Secure Access to Arm Virtual Devices

Remote.It, a software-as-a-service-based network management service, announced an integration with Arm Virtual Hardware (AVH) that allows developers to connect their AVH virtual devices to other cloud, on-premises and IoT devices.

The integration enables developers to expedite development and testing using Arm’s virtualized development kits. Developers can connect virtual devices hosted in AVH with production or test infrastructure or IoT devices anywhere in the world without a VPN connection.

Remote.It’s SaaS-based network management service eliminates network configuration and security risks by allowing developers to access any virtual AVH device remotely without having to configure VPNs, gateways, firewalls, security groups, IP allow lists and more. Using Remote.It, organizations no longer have to spend time planning, maintaining and resolving IP addresses, subnets, routing tables and VLAN configurations and can manage users, services and devices from one management tool.

“Network access to compute resources is now fundamental. Whether it be equipment at the edge, container resources at hyperscalers, or virtual digital twin instances in the cloud; the baseline expectation is secure connectivity from anywhere,” said Ryo Koyama, CEO and cofounder of Remote.It. “The Remote.It integration with the AVH workflow is a real-world example of the shifting paradigm; where (secure) access is programmatically provisioned at deployment, forever eliminating heavy overhead of legacy IT management and configuration.”

Arm Virtual Hardware for third-party hardware scales software development by virtualizing development kits including peripherals, sensors and board components that are in production. Developers can verify and validate embedded applications during the software design cycle without the need for hardware, accelerating product design cycles by up to two years. Virtual hardware is available for developer kits such as i.MX 8M Arm Cortex Complex, STM32U5 IoT Discovery Kit, and Raspberry Pi Model 4.

Arm AVH is currently in Beta and Remote.It is embedded into the AVH deployment process for Raspberry Pi 4 devices. Developers can deploy and register their virtual devices directly from the AVH console. Remote.It supports additional Arm virtual devices with the one-line of code deployment.
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