Pulse One

Secure Access Management Made Easy

Centralized, Scalable Secure Access Management

Pulse One delivers scalable centralized management for Pulse Secure Access solutions. Administrators can manage software updates, reports, and monitoring of Pulse Connect Secure and Pulse Policy Secure from a single pane of glass. Pulse One is available as a cloud-based, virtual, and physical appliance.

  • Web-based console with drill-down monitoring dashboards delivers a detailed Secure Access view
  • Context-aware visibility and on-demand reporting of appliances, mobile, and IoT devices
  • Automated software configuration and disaster recovery through backup and restoration of appliance configurations
  • Flexible deployment options include SaaS, virtual, or appliance, and scalability to any business requirements
  • Group-based policy management of appliances and endpoints

Ovum Report

With Pulse Secure, enterprises gain greater operational security and cost efficiencies. This analyst report shares why our solution should be on your radar

Pulse One Overview

Gain centralized administration for unified visibility, policy and system management - all from a single console

Zero Trust Secure Access Checklist

How to ensure Secure Access usability, protection and compliance for data center and multi-cloud

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More Consoles, More Blindspots

Managing disparate secure access tools adds inefficiency and complexity

Managing a Zero Trust Secure Access network through multiple stand-alone consoles
adds complexity

Multiple Management Consoles
Daily IT operational effectiveness is reduced when employing disparate management consoles. A single platform for administration and monitoring improves efficiency and reduces security blind spots

Too Many Alerts
Alert data overload from multiple consoles diminishes IT capabilities to monitor and prioritize alerts. Initial incident response times are reduced due to an influx of false-positives.

Lack of Scalable Platform Options
Organizations need the flexibility to utilize virtual and hardware platforms depending on network architecture. Whether on-premises, in the cloud, or a SaaS application, central management must be scalable to fit all requirements.

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Unified administration and visibility of secure access for endpoint, mobile, and IoT devices

Robust reporting and analytics data that makes IT teams smart and effective

Consolidated Management
Unified administration and visibility for endpoint, mobile, and IoT devices. A single web-based console from which to apply software updates to appliances.

Analytics and Reporting
Dashboard data enables IT to continuously monitor the health of Pulse Connect Secure and Pulse Policy Secure. Powerful reports consolidate performance data in a simple viewable format.

Scalable Platform
Flexible platform options fit the IT needs of any cloud, on-premise, or virtual infrastructure. Pulse One is capable of centralizing alert logs from multiple appliances without performance degradation.

Feature Highlights

Converged Access Visibility and Control

Converged Access Visibility and Control

Unified control and visibility of access for users, privileged users and guests as well as laptops, mobile and IoT devices.

Group-based Management

Group-based Management

Automate updates to appliance configuration, policies and features by IT-defined groups.

Easy Deployment and Scale

Easy Deployment and Scale

Simple cloud or on-premise appliance deployment that scales to meet the secure access needs of your enterprise today and tomorrow.

Centralized Management

Centralized Management

Administer though an intuitive, cloud-based console.



Built-in EMM features for Pulse Workspace and corporate-owned mobile devices.

Monitoring and Reporting

Monitoring and Reporting

Monitors system activity and provides historical reporting.

Compliance reporting

Compliance reporting

Visibility and reporting of appliances, users, devices and access activity.

Back-office Integration

Back-office Integration

Uses APIs and connectors for easy integration with directory services and other systems.

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Insight Diagram

Centralized visibility, policy and system management for mobile, cloud and data center Secure Access

Secure Access deployment as best-in-class standalone solutions or as an integrated platform – works with your existing infrastructure.

Secure Access Management

Control and manage access end-to-end, from a centralized console

Hybrid-IT: Maintain operational efficiency for all appliances and virtual systems, whether on-premise or in the cloud.

Orchestration: Connecting and managing both Pulse Connect Secure and Pulse Policy Secure from Pulse One and view them in a unified dashboard

Visibility: Get an at-a-glance view of your appliance health stats, monitor connectivity, utilization and uptime

Centralize and Track Changes: Publish and track all configuration changes as well as view all activities on registered appliances

Deploy Updates: Evaluate new releases of Pulse Secure products, effortlessly push them to a staging, and then deploy to production

Aggregate and Analyze Logs: Aggregate all your Secure Access Infrastructure logs and query them to get the enterprise and compliance data you need

Switch on BYOD: Flip a switch to enable MDM with automatic configuration of devices with credentials, settings, apps, and connectivity

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Customer Benefits of Pulse One

Reap the benefits of Pulse One centralized management

Benefits Statement: Pulse One centralized management makes administering Secure Access simpler. Through a single web-based console, administrators can assess overall health, create policies, and generate reports, all at a moment's notice.

  • Quick assessment of the general health of Pulse Secure Secure Access infrastructure.
  • Data Analytics and reporting aid administrators to prioritize the incidents that require immediate attention
  • Centralized policy creation from a single platform saves administrative time and effort