Apache Guacamole vs. RPort

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Apache Guacamole
Score 9.5 out of 10
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Apache Guacamole is a clientless remote desktop gateway. Once installed on a server, all that is needed to access remote desktops is a web browser. Apache Guacamole is free and open source software. It is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0, and is maintained by a community of developers that use Guacamole to access their own development environments.N/A
RPort
Score 10.0 out of 10
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RPort remote management of IT infrastructure - free and open-source Users can manage Windows, Linux, desktops and servers, and IoT devices from one central console. Securely log into remote systems behind firewalls and without fixed IP addresses. Access devices via a user interface from a browser. Users can control remote management without sharing credentials with external companies. On-demand reverse tunnels are the heart of rport. Users can connect to…
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Pricing
Apache GuacamoleRPort
Editions & Modules
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Open-Source Edition
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Offerings
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Apache GuacamoleRPort
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
YesYes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional DetailsFree and open-source, MIT License
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Community Pulse
Apache GuacamoleRPort
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Features
Apache GuacamoleRPort
Remote Administration
Comparison of Remote Administration features of Product A and Product B
Apache Guacamole
8.7
2 Ratings
6% above category average
RPort
9.9
2 Ratings
18% above category average
Screen sharing9.52 Ratings10.01 Ratings
File transfer9.12 Ratings10.01 Ratings
Access to sleeping/powered-off computers9.12 Ratings00 Ratings
Over-the-Internet remote session10.02 Ratings10.02 Ratings
Initiate remote control from mobile7.02 Ratings9.52 Ratings
Remote management of servers & workstations9.52 Ratings10.02 Ratings
Centralized management dashboard8.01 Ratings9.52 Ratings
Session record8.01 Ratings00 Ratings
Monitoring and Alerts7.01 Ratings00 Ratings
Multi-platform remote control9.52 Ratings10.02 Ratings
Instant message00 Ratings10.01 Ratings
Annotations00 Ratings10.01 Ratings
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User Ratings
Apache GuacamoleRPort
Likelihood to Recommend
8.6
(2 ratings)
10.0
(2 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
8.0
(1 ratings)
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(0 ratings)
Usability
10.0
(1 ratings)
-
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Implementation Rating
10.0
(1 ratings)
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User Testimonials
Apache GuacamoleRPort
Likelihood to Recommend
Apache
Limitations are only the effort you want to have to configure it (correctly).
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RealVNC
If you are looking for an alternative to TeamViewer--a very secure tool with very little hassle to set up--this is it.
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Pros
Apache
  • Remote connect to Linux OS
  • Remote connect to Windows OS
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RealVNC
  • Very secure and open source
  • No need for VPN and chained SSH connections
  • Its got a very nicely designed UI
  • Developers are adding a new features
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Cons
Apache
  • We have experienced some stability problems (mostly Tomcat related).
  • The interface could be a little more user-friendly.
  • Certain keyboard shortcuts used by Guacamole GUI are impossible to use in the Firefox browser in out-of-the-box configuration.
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RealVNC
  • I'd love to be able to save the output of commands/scripts executed
  • "Whats new in this release" feature
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Usability
Apache
it's easy
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RealVNC
No answers on this topic
Implementation Rating
Apache
It's easy and free of use, therefore perfect for quick implementations when needed.
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RealVNC
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Alternatives Considered
Apache
We have successfully used noVNC for remote access.
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RealVNC
We selected RPort over TeamViewer because it's got features that TeamViewer does not have. It's designed by DevOps and I find it suited pretty well for my day-to-day tasks.
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Return on Investment
Apache
  • The software is 100% open source and free, however, we are not currently utilizing it due to stability problems we have experienced.
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RealVNC
  • It speeds up my work
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ScreenShots

RPort Screenshots

Screenshot of Organize all your remote machines on a comprehensive dashboardScreenshot of Launch RDP connections to any Windows system over an encrypted and secure tunnel. No port forwarding and no public IP address are needed.Screenshot of Log in to remote Linux and Unix machines via SSH. The RPort client makes any system available everywhere. Securely and encrypted.Screenshot of Execute command directly from the browser. On a single machine, or on many.Screenshot of Pairing new remote systems is easy and fast. Just copy the snippet.Screenshot of Pairing finished. Works on any console. Powershell and any Linux shell.