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Pros
"We had many reasons to implement Elasticsearch for search term solutions. Elasticsearch products provide enterprise landscape support for different areas of the company.""The most valuable feature for us is the analytics that we can configure and view using Kibana.""The special text processing features in this solution are very important for me.""The most valuable features are the data store and the X-pack extension.""I value the feature that allows me to share the dashboards to different people with different levels of access.""The product is scalable with good performance.""Dashboard is very customizable.""There's lots of processing power. You can actually just add machines to get more performance if you need to. It's pretty flexible and very easy to add another log. It's not like 'oh, no, it's going to be so much extra data'. That's not a problem for the machine. It can handle it."

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"The RFS portion of the solution is the product's most valuable feature.""The solution is absolutely scalable. If an organization needs to expand it out they definitely can.""You can develop your own apps within Loom, and they can be configured very simply."

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"We see the need for some improvements with Elasticsearch. We would like the Elasticsearch package to include training lessons for our staff.""This product could be improved with additional security, and the addition of support for machine learning devices.""Better dashboards or a better configuration system would be very good.""The pricing of this product needs to be more clear because I cannot understand it when I review the website.""Ratio aggregation is not supported in this solution.""The GUI is the part of the program which has the most room for improvement.""Could have more open source tools and testing.""The solution has quite a steep learning curve. The usability and general user-friendliness could be improved. However, that is kind of typical with products that have a lot of flexibility, or a lot of capabilities. Sometimes having more choices makes things more complex. It makes it difficult to configure it, though. It's kind of a bitter pill that you have to swallow in the beginning and you really have to get through it."

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"The change management within the solution needs to be improved. There needs to be more process automation.""The reporting is a bit weak. They should work to improve this aspect of the product.""The discovery and mapping still takes a lot of human intervention, it's quite resource heavy,"

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Pricing and Cost Advice
"We are using the free version and intend to upgrade.""It can be expensive.""This product is open-source and can be used free of charge.""We are using the open-sourced version.""The basic license is free, but it comes with a lot of features that aren't free. With a gold license, we get active directory integration. With a platinum license, we get alerting.""The pricing model is questionable and needs to be addressed because when you would like to have the security they charge per machine."

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Top Answer: Dashboard is very customizable.
Top Answer: I would like to see more open source tools and testing as well as a signature analysis in the solution. I think that a lot of times when we go into a corporate environment where it becomes more add on… more »
Top Answer: In terms of use case, we combine a lot of things with Elastic. It's two platforms, so with Elasticsearch, we're using the Beats, Kibana, and Suricata. It's a query engine and we use the information… more »
Top Answer: You can develop your own apps within Loom, and they can be configured very simply.
Top Answer: On the ITOM side of things, there could be improvement. The discovery and mapping still takes a lot of human intervention, it's quite resource heavy, especially in the initial setup which can take six… more »
Top Answer: We use Loom as a service desk solution for incident request changes, problem management and the like. It's not just service desk, it's an IT service management platform, primarily but it can also be… more »
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Elasticsearch is a distributed, JSON-based search and analytics engine designed for horizontal scalability, maximum reliability, and easy management. Elasticsearch lets you perform and combine many types of searches — structured, unstructured, geo, metric — any way you want.Loom Systems delivers an advanced AI-powered operational analytics platform to predict and prevent problems in the digital business. DevOps & IT teams use Loom for real-time detection and resolution for any type of application, including home-grown. Loom analyzes logs and metrics in all formats, performs smart correlations and root cause analysis to help organizations gain immediate into their environments. Loom stands alone in the industry as an AI platform requiring no prior math knowledge from its operators, leveraging your existing staff to succeed in the digital era. Getting started is easy - zero configuration and data pre-processing needed, so you can stream your data in its raw format.
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HotelTonight, Perceivant, Docker, Green Man Gaming, Xoom, AutoScout24, TheLadders, Center for Open Science, Parleys, TangoCitrix, Amdocs, Sysaid, Hexaware, Effibar, Revtrak, Taptica
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Financial Services Firm43%
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ELK Elasticsearch is ranked 2nd in Anomaly Detection Tools with 15 reviews while Loom Systems is ranked 4th in Anomaly Detection Tools with 3 reviews. ELK Elasticsearch is rated 8.0, while Loom Systems is rated 8.4. The top reviewer of ELK Elasticsearch writes "Good processing power, very scalable, and able to handle all data formats". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Loom Systems writes "Simple and very effective for developing and configuring apps with great integration capabilities". ELK Elasticsearch is most compared with Amazon Athena, Azure Search, Amazon AWS CloudSearch, Splunk User Behavior Analytics and Solr, whereas Loom Systems is most compared with Moogsoft and Splunk IT Service Intelligence (ITSI). See our ELK Elasticsearch vs. Loom Systems report.

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