AT&T AlienVault USM Pricing and License Cost

Consulta85d2
Consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The pricing is a good value and makes sense. The key thing is that for the new product, the licensing of it is subscription-based and it's based on data. Clients need to be really careful when thinking about that, because odds are they're going to need to put a lot more data into it than what they initially estimate, which is going to drive their subscription costs up. I do have concerns that if a payment is delayed or if there is any dispute about billing, that all of our data is held in the cloud and could be lost. View full review »
Vpf4dc
VP at Castra Consulting
The pricing is the best on the market. View full review »
SystemsA3512
Systems Administrator at a healthcare company
So far, I feel the product's pricing is a good value. The technology is decent. You get what you pay for. I think it's fair. View full review »
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Matthew White
Production DBA at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
Cost is very competitive and if your log ingestion is not huge, then you can get a SIEM for a small budget; AlienVault listen well to customers and work with you on the needs of your business. View full review »
Lorenzo Ciolfi
VP IT Operations at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
It's very reasonably priced. It was one of the lowest among the ones I looked at. Licensing is pretty flexible. They can do a two-year or a three-year, even a one-year, perhaps. View full review »
Layla Bartram
SOC Analyst II at a comms service provider with 11-50 employees
Our company normally handles everything from setup to configuration, refinement, and monitoring. We are an MSSP so we all handle this for the customer when they inquire about services. View full review »
Jason G.
Market Development Manager, Cyber Security Consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
As stated before, I believe this is the best SIEM solution for its value, especially for SMB. View full review »
reviewer980886
I.T. Manager at a non-profit with 51-200 employees
I'd push them for pricing. I sense the best time to negotiate with them is in June as the fiscal year ends. View full review »
Corey Bussard
Manager, Security Operation Center at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
It is I think for the market very straightforward, super easy to deploy. Licensing is straightforward in comparison to others. View full review »
Christian Caldarone
ISO (Information Security Officer) with 10,001+ employees
So far, it has been a good solution for a tight budget. View full review »
David Ignash - CEH,CNDA
Security Administrator at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
Definitely get professional services. View full review »
seniorbu978126
Senior Buyer & Operations Specialist at Nth Generation Computing
I advise others on the pricing and licensing. I research to find the best pricing for the value of the products as well as register all licensing. View full review »
reviewer847167
Network and Securirty Engineer at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
Negotiate the best package for your environment. View full review »
CoFoundef572
Co-Founder at a photography company with 11-50 employees
I don't think the product's pricing is a good value because they try to raise the price 50 percent every year. If they do that again I won't be a customer, going forward. Their sales team is way too aggressive. The price they advertise is not always the price you get. In terms of licensing, AlienVault needs to understand that not all customers are huge enterprises. They don't seem to understand that. View full review »
Jon McFarland
IT Systems Administrator at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
Do the one month trial and try to work out the kinks during it, as it has free support and service hours. The staff is great at knowing what to do and what they can do to help. View full review »
Adrian Throssell
System Administrator at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Use the AlienVault team. They are helpful and the documentation that they provide is second to none. View full review »
Kalana Chandrasiri
Network and Security Engineer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It has good pricing. View full review »
Rajnikant Bhandare
Security Analyst SOC at a tech services company
It is easy to deploy and install an entire solution. I don't have an idea about pricing. View full review »
Paul Reissner
Security Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Research the solution heavily prior to investing. Setting up a bench OSSIM install should help identify possible pain points with the setup. View full review »
reviewer752880
Security Analyst at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
Use an MSSP instead. It is much cheaper. View full review »
kr1spy84
Security Systems Administrator at a security firm with 501-1,000 employees
The vulnerability management solution is worse than buying a Nessus Professional license. View full review »
BrianMiller
Head of MSS Platform and Product Management at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The price point is good. View full review »
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