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"Azure Monitor is really just a source for Dynatrace. It's just collecting data and monitoring the environment and the infrastructure. It is fairly good at that.""We like this searchability and availability of the data.""Provides an overview and high-level information.""Azure Monitor is very stable.""Good load and metrics gathering and very good analysis.""The most valuable feature is that it ensures our servers are up.""The solution is quite stable.""The most valuable feature is that it's stable. It hasn't crossed any thresholds."

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"The feature that I have found most valuable in ManageEngine Applications Manager is its dashboard.""Its price and the flexibility to deploy are the most valuable. Flexibility is very important, and you can scale from very basic to more complex. This solution is a part of a complete suite of management tools. So, it can be integrated with other solutions for monitoring networks, which is very important. You can expand it or interconnect it with many other tools, which is a powerful feature. We have a very good and long relationship with ManageEngine support guys. They provide very good support for us.""ManageEngine Applications Manager maintains the historical data and it's easy for us to analyze the trends and patterns and fix them accordingly."

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"The troubleshooting logs need improvement. There should be some improvement there. I have a hard time finding the right logs at the right times whenever there is an issue occurring.""The process of implementation needs to be easier.""Lacks information including details related to where problems lie.""There are a lot of things that take more time to do, such as charting, alerting, and correlation of data, and things like that. Azure Monitor doesn't tell you why something happened. It just tells you that it happened. It should also have some type of AI. Environments and applications are becoming more and more complex every day with hundreds or thousands of microservices. Therefore, having to do a lot of the stuff manually takes a lot of time, and on top of that, troubleshooting issues takes a lot of time. The traditional method of troubleshooting doesn't really work for or apply to this environment we're in. So, having an AI-based system and the ability to automate deployments of your monitoring and configurations makes it much easier.""The price could be lower but it is not a must.""I'd like the solution to do more around vulnerability assessment. It's lacking in the product right now.""In my opinion, they should improve the overall user experience, especially when it comes to indexing and searching collective logs.""When something goes down, we want the option to have automation in place to get it back up again as quickly as possible."

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"The information provided by ManageEngine is not deep-dive like IBM and CA provide.""They can improve the post-processing of the data. AppDynamics has more powerful tools for post-processing or analytics. It has some limitations in more complex environments, but because we are free to use different solutions, we try to find what is best for the customers or the problem we are trying to solve.""They could probably rearrange the UI so that it would be easy for people who are new to the Application Manager to configure things."

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"The licensing costs for ManageEngine Applications Manager are around $1,200 per year. For additional monitors, you have to pay extra.""Its price is good."

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Top Answer: Splunk handles a high amount of data very well. We use Splunk to capture information and as an aggregator for monitoring information from different sources. Splunk is very good at alerting us if we… more »
Top Answer: Provides an overview and high-level information.
Top Answer: If Azure Monitor wants to compete with other APM products in the industry, it has to stitch together the information and user flow. It also needs to provide all the information, as you get with Stock… more »
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Azure Monitor maximizes the availability and performance of your applications by delivering a comprehensive solution for collecting, analyzing, and acting on telemetry from your cloud and on-premises environments. It helps you understand how your applications are performing and proactively identifies issues affecting them and the resources they depend on.

ManageEngine Applications Manager is an enterprise-ready, easy-to-use, affordable application management solution that helps enterprises monitor their mission-critical applications and data centers effectively. It enables you to monitor web applications, web servers, application servers, databases, and systems which are the lifeline of businesses. Its heterogeneous monitoring capability and business centric view helps the IT Team to troubleshoot application performance issues quickly.

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Rackspace, First Gas, Allscripts, ABB Group
Certis Europe, Financial Domain, SaaS Office Suite, On Demand TV, Parliament's IT Systems, Sastra Technologies, UniServity
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Computer Software Company31%
Comms Service Provider16%
Financial Services Firm8%
Insurance Company6%
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Computer Software Company32%
Comms Service Provider14%
Government9%
Insurance Company6%
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Small Business42%
Midsize Enterprise25%
Large Enterprise33%
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Large Enterprise50%
Find out what your peers are saying about Azure Monitor vs. ManageEngine Applications Manager and other solutions. Updated: November 2021.
554,529 professionals have used our research since 2012.

Azure Monitor is ranked 8th in Application Performance Management (APM) with 9 reviews while ManageEngine Applications Manager is ranked 20th in Application Performance Management (APM) with 3 reviews. Azure Monitor is rated 7.2, while ManageEngine Applications Manager is rated 8.6. The top reviewer of Azure Monitor writes "Requires out of the box monitoring, real-time monitoring, and better network mapping". On the other hand, the top reviewer of ManageEngine Applications Manager writes "Offers a service to monitor each and every specific feature in a server". Azure Monitor is most compared with Datadog, Splunk, Dynatrace, SolarWinds Server and Application Monitor and New Relic APM, whereas ManageEngine Applications Manager is most compared with AppDynamics, Dynatrace, SolarWinds Server and Application Monitor, New Relic APM and SCOM. See our Azure Monitor vs. ManageEngine Applications Manager report.

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