Juan Miguel Mayta CasasCloud Solutions Architect at st computacion
Anonymous UserSeniorkonsulent Nettverksstøtte at a healthcare company
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"Available on any device and can be accessed on a wide area network."
"Content filtering, security layer, and application customization features are the most valuable."
"The analytics are a great feature."
"Real time network monitoring application: It is very stable, which provides quick root cause analysis (RCA) for any network faults."
"Most valuable function would have to the internal causal engine and its root cause analyzer which keep us updated on critical errors and incidents in our network environment."
"You can utilize the main file from various vendors for integration."
"If you install one node on Network Node Manager and want to scale it up, it's pretty easy to create more nodes."
"It's quite a mature solution."
"It is a scalable product."
"We do not have any issues stability-wise."
"Deployment is complicated."
"When a new version comes out, sometimes, my existing configuration gets wiped out. They should work on this so that my existing configuration doesn't get impacted with an upgrade to a newer version. There could also reduce frequent firmware upgrade activities and have a stable version so that once we upgrade it, we don't have to upgrade it for two to three years."
"The interface could be improved, some customers struggle with that."
"Only to improve the GUI."
"Reporting. Even though this is available in separate software (iSPI) there is potential in making the reporting more SLA-aware and more intuitive."
"The resources utilized could be a bit higher, and that is one of the challenges that isn't optimized"
"The way the solution currently works means I'm not able to customize my own reports."
"Right now, we have open tickets and they are not closing as expected."
"We had some issues with some of the features, some modules are not meeting expectations."
"When I open a ticket, usually they respond very late. Some of the people I negotiate with seem undertrained."
"Its licensing cost is much higher than other products, but it is acceptable because it is a one-time investment, and we are getting our requirements fulfilled when we buy this product. So, there is no issue with the pricing."
"The solution is priced mid-range compared to the competition."
"I wasn't involved in the pricing, but I think it's quite expensive."
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
Citrix ADM is ranked 12th in Network Management Applications with 3 reviews while Micro Focus Network Node Manager is ranked 6th in Network Management Applications with 7 reviews. Citrix ADM is rated 9.0, while Micro Focus Network Node Manager is rated 7.8. The top reviewer of Citrix ADM writes "Provides secure access for our server resources, seamless connectivity, and complete visibility". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Micro Focus Network Node Manager writes "Has the ability to carry out customized polling for certain parameters, so that is an add-on to enable a customer to utilize it efficiently". Citrix ADM is most compared with SolarWinds Network Configuration Manager, whereas Micro Focus Network Node Manager is most compared with SolarWinds Network Configuration Manager, IBM Tivoli NetCool, Infoblox NetMRI, DX Spectrum and Fortinet FortiManager. See our Citrix ADM vs. Micro Focus Network Node Manager report.
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