Fortinet FortiAnalyzer Stability

Pride Chieza
Network Security Engineer at Frampol
The device has been pretty much stable. We haven't really had issues with it in the time that we've been using it. View full review »
Dharmarajen Palanee
Technical lead at Rogers Capital Technology Services Ltd
The stability of the solution is good - better than the previous version. Even the hardware had changed from DCVs to some STVs so now the hardware and software are more powerful compared to the previous version. We are now able to do 14-hour functionality. The program is disabled on the FortiManager by default, but we can enable it via the console in order to get the same visibility on the FortiAnalyzer. View full review »
H+Erbs Molefi
‎IT SUPPORT SPECIALIST at a university with 11-50 employees
FortiAnalyzer is a good product that is stable. It is used on a daily basis. View full review »
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Selorm Ahiataku
System & Network Administrator at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It's very stable, unlike the previous version which, when the logs were huge, would crash and we would have to reset it and start all over again. View full review »
reviewer890127
Consultor de Seguridad at Grupo CEPRA
No issues at all. It is a reliable product. The problems come when you are using different OS versions between FortiGate and FortiAnalyzer. View full review »
Zoheb Bakshi
Senior Associate Consultant - Network at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Ariz Ali
Network Engineer at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
No issues yet. View full review »
DevSo842
Software Developer with 201-500 employees
Yes. The combination between FortiAnalyzer and FortiGate 5000 Series with millions of concurrent sessions is high-risk because it can interrupt the operation of the network. View full review »
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