Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine) Pricing and License Cost

Joe Feghaly
User
Licensing is very complicated and it changes a lot. I know recently it changed since we acquired the solution. It had a different licensing scheme that has changed. The cost is high compared to other solutions. Even so, it is better than what's on the market. The licensing model is complicated and the cost is a little bit high. View full review »
Alfred Polela
OPCO IT Manager at MTN
If you go directly with Cisco for the implementation it's very, very expensive. View full review »
Netw0997
Network Administrator at a government with 51-200 employees
We are a big organization and we can arrange for licenses because we are a big customer. We have an agreement for the security license. Licenses aren't an issue for us. We pay for licenses every five years or six years. View full review »
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Francois Van Vuuren
Solutions Manager at EOH
The licensing is too expensive. There is more complexity on the wifi environment, especially with Cisco DNA versus Cisco ONE licensing. As far as the ISE licensing is concerned, it's pretty straightforward. We normally follow the ordering guide which is quite detailed, so there's no problem there. View full review »
Rogerio Farias Dos Santos
Information Security System Specialist at everis New Company Erifson
We use a virtual machine so in terms of pricing, we can extend it as much as we need. The licensing; we had to renew twice and in my opinion, it's good. View full review »
Bachir Elsitt
Network Security Engineer at Data Consult
The price is not very expensive. View full review »
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