Compare SenSage AP vs. SolarWinds MSP Threat Monitor

SenSage AP is ranked 31st in Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) while SolarWinds MSP Threat Monitor is ranked 35th in Security Information and Event Management (SIEM). SenSage AP is rated 0, while SolarWinds MSP Threat Monitor is rated 0. On the other hand, SenSage AP is most compared with Splunk, DNIF and IBM QRadar, whereas SolarWinds MSP Threat Monitor is most compared with SolarWinds LEM and Darktrace.
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SolarWinds Threat Monitor
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Overview

Ignite’s SenSage AP is anEvent Data Warehouse (EDW) that enables advanced data analysis, detailed forensics and ad hoc investigations on a wide variety of data formats at very large scale. As an EDW designed specifically for event data, it collects and stores more data, from more sources, over longer periods of time – years or even decades – so that you can conduct faster, more sophisticated analytics.

SolarWinds Threat Monitor empowers MSSPs of all sizes by reducing the complexity and cost of threat detection, response, and reporting. You get an all-in-one security operations center (SOC) that is unified, scalable, and affordable.

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