Compare Cisco DNA Center vs. Citrix ADM

Cisco DNA Center is ranked 4th in Network Management Applications with 4 reviews while Citrix ADM is ranked 22nd in Network Management Applications with 1 review. Cisco DNA Center is rated 9.0, while Citrix ADM is rated 9.0. The top reviewer of Cisco DNA Center writes "Good security and analytics, easy to manage, and scalable across buildings and campuses". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Citrix ADM writes " Availability on all devices enables better performance for technology applications". Cisco DNA Center is most compared with Cisco Prime, SolarWinds Network Configuration Manager and Junos Space Network Director, whereas Citrix ADM is most compared with SolarWinds Network Configuration Manager and DX Spectrum.
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Pros
The monitoring features are very useful for network engineers.It is simple to manage and it is all done from a single dashboard.People like to use the dashboards to get an overview of their network.

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Available on any device and can be accessed on a wide area network.

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Cons
DNA Center has been on the market for a few years and they need to update it.The network, data center, and SD-WAN are all being treated as different services, but I would like to have only one solution to manage all of them.There is a limitation with the number of VRFs that you can have in your network, and this has caused us problems with some customers.

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Deployment is complicated.

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Our licensing agreement is for three years.

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Also Known As
DNA CenterCitrix Application Delivery Management, NetScaler MAS, NetScaler Management & Analytics System
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Overview

DNA Center is the network management and command center for Cisco DNA, your intent-based network for the enterprise.

Provision and configure all your network devices in minutes. Use advanced analytics to proactively monitor, troubleshoot, and optimize your network. Integrate with third-party systems for improved operational processes.

Citrix Application Delivery Management (ADM) is a centralized management solution. You can manage and monitor Citrix application networking products including Citrix Application Delivery Controllers (ADC) MPX, VPX, SDX, CPX, BLX, Citrix Gateway, Citrix Web Application Firewall (WAF), and Citrix SD-WAN

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Comms Service Provider35%
Software R&D Company23%
Government10%
K 12 Educational Company Or School7%
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