Cisco Tetration Room for Improvement

SenRegdir567
Sr. Regional Director, US East at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
While the product does its job and more than any organization currently needs, the entire interface could be improved. It's ugly and uninviting. The biggest competitor has a very nice, modern-looking GUI. Tetration tends to be a lot more cumbersome and it's not very intuitive. It is a good thing for consultants, but not for a typical end user. View full review »
Brice ABRIOUX
Information Security Engineer at ENEDIS
The scalability of this solution needs to be improved. For us, we are not yet at the breaking point, but it is a question. This is an agent-based system but it is not clear how to efficiently deploy an agent. If you discover new assets, you can ask the neighbor on the network for functional sites. You can't deploy the agent because they don't have the feature. Sometimes you deploy from a web server and you discover new assets, but it fails to deploy for some reason. The cartography has to be improved. We can add a new one, but we would like to be able to see the performance advantage of our changes over time. The interface is really helpful for technical people, but it is not user-friendly. View full review »
Kunal Puri
Solutions Architect at Liberty Global
There is some overlap between Cisco Tetration and AppDynamics and there are few DC tools, It would be great to have a single pane of glass, rather than have to jump between different tools. View full review »
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fhofman
Presales Engineer at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
They should scale down the hardware a bit. The initial hardware investment is two million dollars so it's a price point problem. The issue with the price comes from the fact that you have to have it with enormous storage and enormous computes. I would also like to see them develop more flexible export from other trades to third-party products or to form links to a third-party product. Make reports in the form that the auditor wants using a third-party product, for example. View full review »
NetworkEfaaf
Network Engineer at a media company with 1,001-5,000 employees
A feature that I was looking for was emailed alerts and notifications so we'd get them right away. I don't know if it is there or not yet but I haven't had enough time to explore and find it. The search capabilities can be improved as well. View full review »
reviewer1037232
CTO at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
The multi-tenancy, redundancy, backup and restore functionalities, as well as the monitoring aspects of the solution, need improvement. The solution offers virtually no enterprise-grade possibility for monitoring. Example include: The onboard features do not allow remote detection of simple hardware failures. There is no backup option for the data lake. The cluster cannot be deployed in a geo-redundant setup. There is no hardware upgrade path. View full review »
Darko Petrovic
Solution Architect at Comtrade Group
It is not so easy to use and configure. It needs a bunch of further resources to work, which is mainly the biggest downside of it. The deployment is huge. View full review »
Pavan Raj
Data Center Manager at Cox Communications
Cisco Tetration needs more flags and system alerts that we should get with network capture. We haven't gotten into the security aspects of it. From a troubleshooting perspective, there are a few areas they can improve. There should be more types of data. View full review »
Learn what your peers think about Cisco Tetration. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: January 2021.
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