EventTracker Stability

Richard Teegarden
Network Manager at a energy/utilities company with 51-200 employees
The stability has been very good. The only time we might have had downtime was based on our requirements where we were moving to new hardware. That doesn't happen much now because we're virtualized. But we tend to archive a lot of the data so we've moved that backend data store a couple of times. They'll either walk us through it, or they'll just take care of it if we don't have time for it. In fact, later this afternoon we're doing exactly that. We're moving off of an older SAN to a newer SAN. We'll disconnect the old SAN, validate that all the data is flowing the way it should be in the searches and that the search capability against the archive database is still valid. Overall, it's really pretty simple. View full review »
Geremy Farmer
Information Technology Coordinator at Magnolia Bank, Incorporated
It's really stable. It's pretty low-maintenance, once you get it set up, as long as the server that it's hosted on is up. We haven't really had any issues with a system problem with EventTracker since we implemented it. View full review »
Bryan Caporlette
Chief Technology Officer at G&G Outfitters Inc
It has been very stable for me. I can't say that I have ever known it to be down in the last four years unless we were rebooting it ourselves to do maintenance, like caching on the server. Version 9 was a tremendous upgrade for the dashboard. The performance of the new version with the Elasticsearch edition is a real improvement. Previously, running reports would take a long time, and now reports are very easy to slice and dice, then look through the data and dashboards. The dashboards are very helpful if I want to add a new widget. I can email the control center, then they will just add it to my dashboard for me. View full review »
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Sean Sheil
Information Technology - Business Process Analyst at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
It's very stable. We put it in place and have ignored it except, for pulling the reports. View full review »
Consultib253
Consulting Engineer at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
It is very stable. The product has been very smooth to work with recently. I am extremely happy with the way that it is right now. We have had issues with it in the older versions (7.2). Because of our number of events that we generate, it used to stall and take a long time to do searches. Once we upgraded to 8.2, it pretty much resolved those issues. It was around 2015 when we upgraded. View full review »
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