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"The most valuable feature is the ability to Drill down to webpage actions.""The availability of the solution is its most valuable aspect. I can also Google anything I want and upload it on the cloud. I can do that using the mobile app. It is very helpful."

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"The reporting of the solution is very good.""Technical support is always live and they're supportive."

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"The application resource usage has increased due to using RUEI.""It would be nice if the solution could be integrated with Outlook. If I'm signing any quotation, any proposal, or any of my communications, I should be able to update that Oracle application as well."

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"The implementation needs improvement. It needs to get modernized with the newer cloud scenario in both public and private deployment models.""AppOptics would benefit from having a much more centralized view."

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Top Answer: The reporting of the solution is very good.
Top Answer: The implementation needs improvement. It needs to get modernized with the newer cloud scenario in both public and private deployment models. This is especially true on the reporting side of it. It has… more »
Top Answer: We primarily use the solution to bring up all the inventory information used for the whole deployment. The tool was extensively used. We used to use this solution for managing our service management… more »
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Oracle Real User Experience Insight, Oracle RUEIAppOptics, SolarWinds TraceView, Librato
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Overview

Oracle Real User Experience Insight, Oracle's on-premises management platform, providing a single pane of glass for management of Oracle environments, whether in customer data centers or in Oracle Cloud that integrates performance analysis and usage analysis into a single offering, enabling business and IT stakeholders to develop a shared understanding into their application users' experience. Oracle Real User Experience Insight's non-intrusive monitoring capability is built using state-of-the-art Network Protocol Analysis (NPA) technology, which does not require any modification, changes, or instrumentation of the application. Its passive monitoring approach allows enterprises to deploy in production, without requiring costly test/QA environment validations.

AppOptics is a SaaS-based simple, powerful and affordable Infrastructure & Application monitoring for custom on-premises, cloud, and hybrid systems. 

Your business runs on applications, and when they go down or run slowly, it can impact the business in lost productivity, customers, or revenue. To add to the complexity, your IT environment is changing, and workloads can be spread across data centers, and cloud resources. You need to monitor the availability and performance of applications and infrastructure, regardless of where they are, so you can identify potential issues early and address them before they impact users

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Hover Automotive India, Chhattisgarh Infotech and Biotech Promotion Society, Daelim Industrial, MakeMyTrip, Acorn Paper Products Company, KEC International, Ministero del Lavoro e delle Politiche Sociali, The Qatar Olympic CommitteeTraxoCovea Insurance BTE TechnologyDatarista
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Comms Service Provider20%
Financial Services Firm7%
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Find out what your peers are saying about Oracle Real User Experience Insight vs. SolarWinds AppOptics and other solutions. Updated: January 2021.
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Oracle Real User Experience Insight is ranked 25th in Application Performance Management (APM) with 2 reviews while SolarWinds AppOptics is ranked 26th in Application Performance Management (APM) with 2 reviews. Oracle Real User Experience Insight is rated 9.0, while SolarWinds AppOptics is rated 7.6. The top reviewer of Oracle Real User Experience Insight writes "Good availability, a simple initial setup, and is easy to upload to the cloud". On the other hand, the top reviewer of SolarWinds AppOptics writes "Offers valuable reporting features and stability but it needs better performance monitoring". Oracle Real User Experience Insight is most compared with Dynatrace and AppDynamics, whereas SolarWinds AppOptics is most compared with Dynatrace, AppDynamics, ThousandEyes, SolarWinds Server and Application Monitor and Zabbix. See our Oracle Real User Experience Insight vs. SolarWinds AppOptics report.

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