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The solution is very stable. We never had any issues with stability.

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For the system environment, SiteScope can be useful.The product's ability to monitor systems and applications and send alerts and create support tickets are the most valuable features of the product.There's no agent you need installed on the servers. In our environment, we have some servers out of our control so we cannot manage them. We use SiteScope to monitor the availability, the resources on the servers, etc. This allows us to do this job without installing agents so there's no need to take care of anything on the server.The Monitor Templates functionality allowed us to spin up monitoring with .csv files pretty easily.

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The user interface was not good.

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SiteScope isn't productive if you want to monitor RAM or if you want to monitor some URL.It may lack some features other products in the category have like more detailed transaction tracking.Sometimes in a huge environment, I think the documentation does not provide the required calculations so you can't know what the required set up should be. You need to test.They have not kept up with browser security requirements or advances in GUIs, they switched to a corruptible database architecture instead of text config files.

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You have to pay for their "solution templates". Other tools do not charge you for knowledge-based monitoring bundles.

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Top Answer: For the system environment, SiteScope can be useful.
Top Answer: The tool dashboards are not good and don't meet our customers' needs. Because of this we generally use open source tools like Grafana and we also use Nagios for monitoring as a free tool. We're able… more »
Top Answer: Our company manages four different city hospital environments and all of them have SiteScope but each uses a different version depending on how long ago the product was implemented. We're a government… more »
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Tivoli Composite Application ManagerMicro Focus SiteScope, HPE SiteScope
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Overview
IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager for Application Diagnostics on z/OS manages real-time problem detection, analysis, and repair to help maintain the availability, performance and general health of on-demand composite applications. it can gain in-depth diagnostic information for specific application requests to identify the root cause of problems. This software provides a consistent way to manage composite applications throughout Java EE application environments. Set alerts to help detect and fix potentially troublesome situations before they affect users. It can resolve performance issues faster and reduce downtime costs.SiteScope is an agentless application monitoring software that provides heterogeneous and hybrid support, quick time to value, and ease of installation, configuration, and use.
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IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager is ranked 34th in Application Performance Management (APM) with 1 review while SiteScope is ranked 25th in Application Performance Management (APM) with 4 reviews. IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager is rated 7.0, while SiteScope is rated 6.8. The top reviewer of IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager writes "A stable solution with an easy setup but a poor interface". On the other hand, the top reviewer of SiteScope writes "System resource monitoring that generates automated alerts and support tickets". IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager is most compared with BMC TrueSight Operations Management, IBM Application Performance Management, Dynatrace, AppDynamics and Oracle Enterprise Manager, whereas SiteScope is most compared with Dynatrace, Splunk, AppDynamics, Azure Monitor and CA App Synthetic Monitor.

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