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Pros
"It's very easy to use. That's one of the advantages for the business, that you don't need to struggle to configure your website and your app service. Microsoft made sure to make it stable and very easy to configure.""The program is stable and we've had no technical issues so far.""The product is scalable.""Overall, all of the features are very good.""Azure data factory is a good tool.""It's a platform as a service, so we don't have to manage the infrastructure to hold the websites.""Debugging using Application Insights is a valuable feature."

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"The most valuable features are case management and integration services.""While Pega technical support is okay, it also depends on the issues you need help with and who your contact is with Pega.""Powerful, full-featured business process management with excellent support""The solution's most valuable feature is its quick setup. Nowhere else you can create a good-looking application this quick. It's a fairly robust system.""The interface is quite simple and easy to use, even for beginners.""The stability has been good. We haven't had any issues.""It is easy to use, easy to understand, easy to implement and easy to enhance and we can do it as a Cloud. Also it is very user friendly.""The most valuable feature is the situational layer cake."

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Cons
"Sometimes we face problems, but those are technical problems in Microsoft, bugs or something doesn't work as expected, but that's normal.""I would like to see faster adoption and templates that we can use.""The solution is quite expensive. If you need more features, you need to pay for them.""I am new to the intervention and I find it difficult to find my way around the user interface. I have my own learning tool. However, it could be simpler for new users.""Lacking somewhat in template data flows.""The solution needs better integration capabilities on the network side.""Initially, there were some rare instances when the server went down because it was deployed on Linux."

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"The unit testing needs to improve, as well as the user interface.""What should be included is some UI features and maybe some integrations. This includes documentation on how the UI works.""Lack of stronger cloud support is somewhat inconvenient for users and implementation.""The pricing model needs to be improved. Right now, it's too expensive.""Pega currently is trying to add chatbots to their systems, and it's still quite immature. This part definitely needs to be improved.""The solution would benefit from more integration capabilities.""Sometimes when we are patching some data from the database, we are getting added as a timeout.""Compared to other BPM products, the interface is somewhat complex, so the usability could be improved."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
"Azure doesn't cost as much as other services.""Less than USD $100 per month.""We have no complaints about the pricing."

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"The licensing fees are based on the number of users.""May be somewhat more expensive than other solutions initially, but should have enhanced return on investment.""The price of this solution, including installation and configuration, is comparable to competing vendors.""The pricing is pretty good, compared to other similar products.""It's a user-based license where, as you scale the numbers of users, the price increases."

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Questions from the Community
Top Answer: Overall, all of the features are very good.
Top Answer: It's too early to really say what features are lacking at this point. I am new to the intervention and I find it difficult to find my way around the user interface. I have my own learning tool… more »
Top Answer: The primary use case has been pretty vague so far. Right now, my scope is on DevOps. I'm looking at it from the point of view of having a DevOps platform. We already have a team foundation server and… more »
Top Answer: The solution offers excellent workflows.
Top Answer: We're constantly evaluating other products. We're looking at others on the market right now.
Top Answer: There are some UX shortcomings within the solution. However, it's my understanding that they have addressed them and in the next three months they will come out with a new updated version. They will… more »
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Also Known As
Azure App Service
Pegasystems, SmartBPM
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Overview

Azure App Service Web Apps (or just Web Apps) is a service for hosting web applications, REST APIs, and mobile back ends. You can develop in your favorite language, be it .NET, .NET Core, Java, Ruby, Node.js, PHP, or Python. Applications run and scale with ease on Windows-based environments.

Pega BPM helps you simplify and automate your operations so that you can reduce costs and improve business agility. Pega's unique Build For Change technology delivers repeatable solutions that can be efficiently reused and tailored to meet the requirements of diverse customers, product lines, channels, and geographies.

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Sample Customers
Real Madrid, Absolut, AccuWeather, Heineken, NBC News, Paramount
The State of Maine, ANZ, Coca-Cola, Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA), ME, New South Wales, OptumRx, Texas Department of Transportation, UnitedHealthcare Medicare & Retirement
Top Industries
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company32%
Comms Service Provider17%
Government7%
Manufacturing Company5%
REVIEWERS
Financial Services Firm44%
Computer Software Company38%
Retailer6%
Real Estate/Law Firm6%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company40%
Comms Service Provider13%
Financial Services Firm12%
Energy/Utilities Company5%
Company Size
REVIEWERS
Small Business38%
Large Enterprise63%
REVIEWERS
Small Business14%
Midsize Enterprise7%
Large Enterprise79%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Small Business20%
Midsize Enterprise6%
Large Enterprise74%
Find out what your peers are saying about Microsoft Azure App Service vs. Pega BPM and other solutions. Updated: January 2021.
464,369 professionals have used our research since 2012.

Microsoft Azure App Service is ranked 10th in Rapid Application Development Software with 7 reviews while Pega BPM is ranked 2nd in Rapid Application Development Software with 15 reviews. Microsoft Azure App Service is rated 8.4, while Pega BPM is rated 8.4. The top reviewer of Microsoft Azure App Service writes "It saves us time and money and installation is really easy". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Pega BPM writes "Good case management and BPM workflow with easy cloud implementation". Microsoft Azure App Service is most compared with Microsoft PowerApps, Oracle Application Express (APEX), Adobe ColdFusion, Appian and ServiceNow, whereas Pega BPM is most compared with Camunda BPM, ServiceNow, Appian, IBM BPM and K2. See our Microsoft Azure App Service vs. Pega BPM report.

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