Get Console and the Airconsole adaptor have been developed by Cloudstore Limited. Based out of Auckland, New Zealand our small team is focused on building the best terminal apps and portable RS232 serial adaptors for iPad, iPhone and Android. Our current apps include Get Console and RapidSSH on iOS and SerialBot on Android. Cloudstore has also been commissioned to make other mobile apps supporting RS232 serial ports such as Siemens Sitrans Connection , Cisco's Plug and Play, and Satcom Integration's Get Satcom.
Co founder of Cloudstore and the Get Console application, Simon works from the New Zealand Cloudstore office in Aucklands Viaduct. Cisco CCIE certified and with 12 years experience in Networking Operations and Consulting for Fortune 500 companies, Simon helps with designing the UI, testing, website development and logistics. The Get Console NZ servers are hosted at Cloudstore's NZ datacenter and are managed by Simon. Now focused on improving the Airconsole features and end user experience and the Private Server - expanding the applications use into more of the end to end network operations work flow. Simon says "Get Console started because I didn't want to lug my laptop around comms room and instead use my iPad, and its simply grown from there to become the best way to configure serial devices with an Apple iPads and iPhones"
Co founder of Cloudstore and primary developer of the Get Console application, Daniel has invented the innovative serial-over-https proprietary transport protocol that allows the Get Console terminal screen to be shared efficiently with remote web users. Daniel has 15 years experience in software development, including working for some of the biggest mobile operators in the UK. Based in England, Daniel focuses on the ongoing improvement of the Get Console app, certifying the app with additional vendors equipment and continuing our effort to make the best terminal Apps and Adaptors on the Apple or Android mobile platform. "Get Console started out as a simple serial terminal app, but now with screen sharing, ssh, and tight syncronization with public or private clouds it has evolved into a complex piece of software that really helps IT engineers get more done in the field faster."
As primary systems and backend web developer for the Get Console solution, including Private Server, Sergey uses his 13 years of Linux, SQL and networking experience to keep the Get Console website and support systems running. Working out of Auckland, Sergey has been instrumental in the buildout of the Private Server offering and associated e-commerce platform. Currently Sergey is working hard on Private Server version 2.0 with its Airconsole integration features, it promises to offer large productivity improvements to Private Server customers such as Korea Telecom. "Integrating Private Server into the Get Console App and external ticketing systems has been a mighty challenge, but hiding the complexity of this integration in the end result is needed to deliver the productivity gains for our users"
Working on Get Console internal testing, documentation and logistics, Eric makes use of his 4 years experience as a software tester to ensure each Get Console release is as bug free as it can be. This is no easy challenge as each release generally adds a significant number of new features which require testing plus regression testing to ensure nothing that was working has stopped working. Eric also works with vendor partners to test new equipment with Get Console and updates our officially supported vendor list updated regularly on our user forum "When field engineers from large carriers are using our software daily in the field, they rely on Get Console to provide rock solid terminal emulation. Daniel is constantly adding new features, so its my job to make sure they work before we submit to Apple."