Compare Micro Focus Real User Monitor vs. SiteScope

Micro Focus Real User Monitor is ranked 30th in Application Performance Management (APM) with 2 reviews while SiteScope is ranked 25th in Application Performance Management (APM) with 4 reviews. Micro Focus Real User Monitor is rated 6.6, while SiteScope is rated 6.8. The top reviewer of Micro Focus Real User Monitor writes "Works well as part of an end-to-end solution, but product roadmap has halted". On the other hand, the top reviewer of SiteScope writes "System resource monitoring that generates automated alerts and support tickets". Micro Focus Real User Monitor is most compared with Dynatrace, Datadog, AppDynamics and Azure Monitor, whereas SiteScope is most compared with Dynatrace, Splunk, AppDynamics, Azure Monitor and SCOM.
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The most valuable feature is application performance monitoring.The Real User Monitor, with its transaction and synthetic transaction monitoring, is the typical classic in APM cases when the customer would like to do transaction monitoring. Micro Focus scores better where the underlying infrastructure management is also covered by Micro Focus tools.

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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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Cons
We would like to see support for non-Windows environments.One area to improve is the user interface, of course. The second one is their R&D has virtually stopped building a product roadmap.

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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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Also Known As
Micro Focus RUM, HPE RUM, MF RUMMicro Focus SiteScope, HPE SiteScope
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Overview

Real User Monitoring (RUM) an End user monitoring that gives you visibility into user behavior for fast, targeted problem resolution. It monitors the performance and availability of business-critical application services for all users at all locations all the time. It automatically discovers underlying infrastructure and classifies user actions - giving you instant visibility into session and whole service health over web, cloud, and mobile user experience. It allows you to trace user experience across tiers, capture live sessions, see where customers clicked, measure response times, and see pages that caused problems. And you can easily capture and replay user sessions to create test scripts that reflect real user behavior. All this data gives you new ability to analyze which application transactions your users are performing and what application response they are experiencing. RUM currently supports over 20 application protocols and applications such as SAP, Citrix, and native mobile application monitoring on Android.

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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Avea, Maccabi Healthcare Services, TEBVodafone Ireland, Kuveyt Turk Participation Bank
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Comms Service Provider29%
Financial Services Firm29%
Recruiting/Hr Firm14%
Computer Software Company14%
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Computer Software Company46%
Comms Service Provider13%
Government9%
Media Company4%
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