Deep Instinct Stability

Puneet Gupta
Director at IT Junction
It's very stable. I haven't had any issues with the deployments, any performance issues, or conflicts with anything. One exception was when one of my customers tried to do the install Deep Instinct, but their existing Bit Defender was detecting the solution as something trying to get into the environment. Obviously there was a conflict. We just whitelisted on both sides and both of them were talking to each other. They were augmented rather than competing. View full review »
Robert Boles
Cybersecurity Expert at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Deep Instinct has proven to be a stable and reliable solution. We have had minimal issues with it. We're pushing it to our entire client base and rolling our endpoint protection solution on Deep Instinct. Our implementation strategy - and we always advise our clients to do this with any product - is to take a subset of the environment and do a limited install on a handful of machines. The purpose is to uncover any existing or potential issues with line-of-business apps or any non-standard elements in the environment. The aspect which most people fail to consider is that when you add a more sophisticated cybersecurity-purposed tool, the more advanced capabilities will expose any existing shortcomings in the environment. Consequently, if you have not architected your environment correctly, these tools tend to expose those shortcomings. Most often, clients want to point a finger at the tool. The reality is that the tool is doing its job and there's some aspect of the network that it just brought to light. I travel the country speaking at cybersecurity events, and will always remember a specific gentleman because I really had empathy for him. He asked a question out of frustration regarding a competing product, and what do you do when installing “Solution-X” and it blue-screens the entire environment. My first thought was, "Why are you installing into an entire environment without testing?" Whether it's a premium, next-generation firewall at the edge or a premium solution on the endpoint, if there's an issue with the machine or something in the stack, it's going to have an effect. Why? Because delivering advanced-security services require the margins for error be minimal. They have to be. That's how you close gaps. So that pre-testing by installing in a subset, that proof of concept, is how you get clarity and certainty that you can deploy environment-wide without issues. View full review »
Ethan Ore
Senior Consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
So far it has not crashed. It has not given me any problems. It's a very stable application. View full review »
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Chi Wing Wong
Regional Technical Manager at a retailer with 201-500 employees
It is quite stable. So far, there was one bug in a previous version, which I couldn't uninstall. I consulted with an Deep Instinct engineer, and they had a quick check, then spent 15 minutes easily fix it. Besides, that one issue, I haven't had any serious problems with the software. View full review »
FuyukiMotono
General Manager at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
DI is lightweight and very stable. View full review »
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