Cisco Stealthwatch Time to Value

What are your impressions of the solution's time to value?

Travis Bugh
Senior Director of Architecture and Engineering at Trace3
The solution's time to value is one of those things that depends on what the customer has in their environment. If they have relatively little security strengthening in their environment, this is something that brings near immediate full value of the product directly to the customer's hands. Obviously if it's part of a bigger support portfolio that the customer has, it just depends what they already have or don't have in that environment.
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Robert Ufer
Network Architect at Henry Ford health system
For the time to value, it's going to take a long time. It's probably a year or two-year process.
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James Stout
Network Engineer at Oracle Corporation
We seem to have time to value.
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SeniorCoeaa2
Senior Consultant at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
If we compare only time to value versus cost, it can be improved.
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JosephSullivan
Manager at Indiana University Health
StealthWatch has a good time to value.
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NetworkM6238
Network Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Their time to value is very good. We've upgraded and we just relicensed, so this is definitely a product that we use.
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Rob Hartstone
Network Operations Manager at Philips Electronics
Stealthwatch has a good time to value. The cost is expensive, but it pays for itself pretty quickly when you remediate something quicker that causes you less business outage.
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LeadNetwd213
Lead Network Engineer at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
In terms of time to value, I think that would be better, from my standpoint. I would say it's definitely helped, but I wouldn't consider it the only tool that we depend on.
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SeniorNe4b79
Senior Network Engineer at a comms service provider
When it comes to time to value, it gets new insights, so it's worth the time and it allows me to know more of what's going on in the network.
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Mark Green
Network Operations Manager at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
The ROI was immediate for us, in regards to how we implemented it. The implementation was super quick, and we saw returns right from the get-go.
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Finn Kristensen
Architect at Atea A/S
The time to value is very good, and it is based on visibility. For example, one of our customers was locked by Ransomware and it cost them two million Danish Krones (approximately $300,000 USD). The shipper was not able to send anything until we got everything working.
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Technicab71a
Technical Consultant at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
I would say that the time to value is approximately a week. It takes this long because the machine learning component has to learn your network first.
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Director7b47
Director of Operations at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I can say that this solution has given us value, but I don’t know from a comparison standpoint what it would be.
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Douglas Bentley
Assistant Director of IT at University of Rochester Medical Center
It's a rock solid solution and we do a lot with it.
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Director9b3e
Director of Networking and Telecom at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Allowing the product to take on monitoring gives us more time to focus on other areas. I can have a more efficient, effective staff to look at other stuff rather than having to look at stuff that's going through our egress and ingress.
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