Daniel ShineSystems and Data Warehouse Supervisor at MMSD
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"We can proactively fix historical issues, so we won't face those problems in future."
"The set up was very easy. We didn't have any problems with the setup. The deployment took less than an hour."
"This has helped us to monitor the availability of our routers, switches, servers, and virtual environments."
"I can do everything remotely, including running PowerShell scripts or performing standard updates."
"It is very extensible with 'SWQL' and APIs to where we are beginning to integrate it with network automation."
"We had some interfaces where the SFP Ports were having some problems after a while. We found which of the SFP Ports was having the error and changed it, so the bandwidth become okay."
"All the features are very good. The monitoring of the equipment, the configuration manager, and the IP address monitoring are great."
"The connectivity of the solution is very good."
"The most valuable aspect of the solution was the ability to see how the connection quality is between the sites and get an alert if it was turning bad."
"The company provides excellent service."
"The authentication overall - including to the VPN and LAN - is excellent."
"It is not that stable. As a Windows software, I have seen issues with SolarWinds. The performance is slow."
"The aesthetic widgets should be dynamic widgets, so the customization can be even more customizable."
"Application Performance Monitoring should be included in this solution."
"I would like to see integration with antivirus or other security endpoint solutions."
"This solution would benefit from expanding on the capabilities within the API."
"We are looking to change away from this solution because of the documentation and the solution doesn't have enough integration in our country. The documentation is too weak."
"Scalability is a bit tricky because it requires more gateways in order to get the performance you may need. It also requires a lot of licensing."
"My team has had a lot of issues with support."
"It would be nice if the solution covered other areas like server monitoring."
"It's an expensive solution."
"The guest portal is hard to use."
"The pricing needs to be improved. It is too high. One full engine costs around $10 000, which is why we don't have high availability right now."
"The pricing is very expensive for SolarWinds. That's a huge disadvantage for it."
"We have a perpetual license for this solution, and my impression is that this solution is cheap."
"The cost is based on the number of nodes, so it is expensive when you have a lot of them."
"It is expensive."
"Some solutions are open source and free."
"It is relatively inexpensive compared to other products in the same category."
"It's expensive and there are costs in addition to the standard licensing."
Check the health and performance of your entire network for easier troubleshooting and faster results using SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor. NPM lets you quickly detect, diagnose, and resolve network performance problems and outages. Now with built-in deep packet inspection and analysis you can immediately determine the impact of network or application latency on user experience.
ThousandEyes is a Network Intelligence platform that delivers visibility into every network an organization relies on, whether public or private. ThousandEyes enables users to optimize application delivery, end-user experience and ongoing infrastructure investments.
With cloud, enterprises can innovate much faster, but the growing number of cloud and SaaS applications means that more apps are being delivered over the Internet. This increases dependence on the Internet, a public “best effort” network, and other third-party infrastructures, substantially reducing the ability of IT teams to predict, visualize and control operational behavior. This results in a chaotic and unmanageable IT environment, making issue resolution a time-consuming ordeal, potentially impacting reputation and revenue. ThousandEyes has innovated an approach based on an unmatched distribution of smart agents across the Internet and enterprise, providing visibility all the way to the end user. ThousandEyes gathers and analyzes massive volumes of Network Intelligence data from all of these vantage points, enabling organizations to solve even their most obscure performance problems in minutes. By using ThousandEyes in the planning and testing phases of cloud adoption, customers can also strategically identify and fix underlying problems before production deployment of business-critical applications.
The ThousandEyes solution is ubiquitous across industry sectors, and since launching in mid-2013, customers have come from a diverse set of industry sectors, which include Silicon Valley technology companies, financial services, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, retail, manufacturing and education.
SolarWinds NPM is ranked 4th in Network Monitoring Software with 22 reviews while ThousandEyes is ranked 37th in Network Monitoring Software with 3 reviews. SolarWinds NPM is rated 8.0, while ThousandEyes is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of SolarWinds NPM writes "Make monitoring key performance factors in your enterprise customized and effective". On the other hand, the top reviewer of ThousandEyes writes "Scalable with good authentification and great technical support". SolarWinds NPM is most compared with Zabbix, ManageEngine OpManager, PRTG Network Monitor, Wireshark and SolarWinds MSP Remote Monitoring & Management, whereas ThousandEyes is most compared with LiveAction LiveNX, Meraki Dashboard, SolarWinds AppOptics, Kentik and AppDynamics. See our SolarWinds NPM vs. ThousandEyes report.
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