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"The most valuable features are simplicity and ease of integration.""The automation part and the playbook creation part are awesome. The way it is responding to the customers and incidents is also very good. In the SOC environment, I guess it will carry out around 50% of the work.""The pricing is very good.""The automation is excellent.""The most valuable features are the orchestration because of the way in which it coordinates the loss from all the devices and it provides us with a high-level overview of the critical log information."

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"The technical support from Swimlane is very good."

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"Implementing this solution requires a lot of involvement from the vendor and it should be made easier for the partners.""For building automation, there is not a lot of good documentation. The documentation is there, but it is not very good from my perspective. There should be an improvement in this area. I don't see issues with anything else. In terms of new features, I have heard that other products have EBA functionality. It would be good if this functionality could be added.""The user interface could be a bit better.""When Palo Alto bought the solution, the pricing increased by 1.5 times. There's been a 50% increase, which is a lot.""There should be an on-premise version available for customers to have different choices."

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"The initial setup and deployment are complex."

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"There is a perception that it is priced very high compared to other solutions.""From the cost perspective, I have heard that its price is a bit high as compared to other similar products.""There is a yearly license required for this solution and it is expensive."

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Top Answer: I think Swimlane is a better cost. It's small and doesn't focus on only integrating with it's own products like other XSoar competitors. 
Top Answer: The licensing is paid on a yearly basis. It is quite expensive. When Palo Alto bought the solution, the pricing increased by 1.5 times. There's been a 50% increase, which is a lot.
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Demisto Enterprise, Cortex XSOAR, Demisto
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Overview

Demisto Enterprise delivers a complete solution that helps Tier-1 through Tier-3 analysts and SOC managers to optimize the entire incident life cycle while auto documenting and journaling all the evidence. More than 100+ integrations enable security orchestration workflows for incident management and other critical security operation tasks.

Swimlane is a leader in security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR). By automating time-intensive, manual processes and operational workflows and delivering powerful, consolidated analytics, real time dashboards and reporting from across your security infrastructure, Swimlane maximizes the incident response capabilities of over-burdened and understaffed security operations.

Swimlane was founded to deliver scalable innovative and flexible security solutions to organizations struggling with alert fatigue, vendor proliferation and chronic staffing shortages. Swimlane is at the forefront of the growing market for security automation and orchestration solutions that automate and organize security processes in repeatable ways to get the most out of available resources and accelerate incident response.

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Cellcom Israel, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City, esri, Cylance, Flatiron Health, Veeva, ADT Cybersecurity
LinkedIn, TransUnion, Citrix, Aetna, Perspecta
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Computer Software Company31%
Comms Service Provider18%
Media Company6%
Government6%
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Computer Software Company31%
Financial Services Firm12%
Comms Service Provider10%
Energy/Utilities Company7%
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Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR is ranked 3rd in Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) with 5 reviews while Swimlane is ranked 13th in Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) with 1 review. Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR is rated 8.2, while Swimlane is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR writes "User-friendly and robust with good technical support". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Swimlane writes "Customizable and has good technical support, but the initial setup is complicated". Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR is most compared with Splunk Phantom, Fortinet FortiSOAR, IBM Resilient, ServiceNow Security Operations and Exabeam Fusion SIEM, whereas Swimlane is most compared with Splunk Phantom, ServiceNow Security Operations, Siemplify, Fortinet FortiSOAR and Rapid7 InsightConnect.

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