Centreon Pricing and License Cost

Matan Moser
Project Manager, Cloud Services with 501-1,000 employees
I think Centreon's pricing is fair, especially given the criticality of our system. They were cheaper than the other solutions. I understand Centreon is going to North America now. They were smaller when we got it, and the pricing was fair. It took us a while to get in contact with sales, which was a little weird, but once we did and they knew we were serious, the pricing was fair. The licensing terms were pretty straightforward. I believe it was based on the number of hosts. View full review »
Guillain Sanchez
Solution Architect - Open Technology Solution - Airbus Group BU at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I deal with technical parts, not with the costs. In terms of licensing, the big question will be the ability to be flexible with the scale of design. View full review »
Kadri Kalpus
Monitoring expert
It's quite expensive when you use the Enterprise version, but if you compare it to other providers, it's more like a middle-of-the-line product. It's always good to have a price that is lower, but I would say the price is okay because we get very good support and if we have any other issues we can always contact them. There has never been a time when I didn't get help from them, so I would say the price is quite okay. In terms of licensing, you have to think through if the components that need licensing are really needed. For example, the Map module: If you don't need a map to be shown, I don't see a point in paying for those licenses, if you just use it a couple of times a month or a couple of times a week. Think through what your needs are and whether those needs really require that kind of advanced solution where you need to pay for licenses. You can use the Centreon free version and get the main features. The licensing part is, I would say, only for bigger customers who have the option to pay more and who really need those kinds of modules, fancy reports, etc. View full review »
Fabien Hochstrasser
Operation Team Engineering with 1,001-5,000 employees
I have no idea how much it costs. View full review »
CEOCTObe66
CEO & CTO at a tech services company
As a Centreon partner, the pricing is good. We get a discount. It's a really good product so I would say the pricing is correct. View full review »
ITProjec4a84
IT Project Owner
The pricing is acceptable. View full review »
Stephen Davies
Chief Technology Officer at a comms service provider with 51-200 employees
Excellent value. View full review »
Jake Lao
Global Operations Center Lead at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
Open source solutions can be very cost effective for an organization looking for a product that can be quickly implemented, as there is no initial cost and there are no license renewal fees. However, it is important to take into consideration some of the related costs that may come along as needed, such as training, support, and product enhancements. View full review »
GlobalOp1568
Global Operations Center Engineer at a logistics company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The solution is very effective, despite the low price. View full review »
Viktor Muransky
Global IT Operations Manager
Centreon is an open source product. Thus, there is no need for licensing. Buy some support days from Centreon and work together with them. View full review »

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