To facilitate connectivity with remote devices, our software agent, LeafTM, is installed on hardware and, in turn, Leaf connects to Canopy in the cloud (or on premises).
Leaf installations usually occur through remote access. Sometimes, equipment comes with Leaf pre-installed. Once installed, Leaf can be leveraged to centrally manage the distribution of software updates out to the Leaf agents and peripheral devices that reside on the network of device endpoints.
Also, it allows an operator to securely and safely execute remote commands on devices. Leaf runs on current versions of Linux, Windows and Mac OS. It supports both 32 and 64-bit architectures, including Intel® x86, ARM and MIPS chipsets (see examples below).
|Architecture||386||386||Intel x86 (all)|
|AMD64||AMD64||Apple Silicon (M1)|
*Please note: Canopy has a built-in MDM solution that allows for the management of Android and iOS devices. And, Leaf also runs on RTOS and some types of firmware.
Upon installation, Leaf automatically begins sending common data attributes like memory, CPU temperature, available physical disc space and more to Canopy. Leaf can easily be extended to obtain additional attributes.
In the table below, we've listed example diagnostic information that can be useful to help desk, support professionals and repair technicians:
|IP Address||OS Name||CPU||Serial Number|
|Subnet Mask||OS Description||Memory||Architecture (ARM x86, etc.)|
|Default Gateway||OS Vendor||Hard Drive (Per Device)||Time Zone and Offset|
|OS Version||Last Heartbeat|
|OS Patch||Last Reboot|
In addition, data collected at the endpoint can be sent to Canopy through Leaf via our API or the data can be sent directly to Canopy via our API.
Here are some additional standard Leaf monitoring capabilities customers can leverage:
Canopy and Leaf already have lots of device integrations built in. Here are some common branded device integrations:
In addition, here are some common device integrations customers can leverage: