ManageEngine Applications Manager Overview

ManageEngine Applications Manager is the #27 ranked solution in our list of APM tools. It is most often compared to Dynatrace: ManageEngine Applications Manager vs Dynatrace

What is ManageEngine Applications Manager?

ManageEngine Applications Manager is an enterprise-ready, easy-to-use, affordable application management solution that helps enterprises monitor their mission-critical applications and data centers effectively. It enables you to monitor web applications, web servers, application servers, databases, and systems which are the lifeline of businesses. Its heterogeneous monitoring capability and business centric view helps the IT Team to troubleshoot application performance issues quickly.

ManageEngine Applications Manager is also known as Applications Manager.

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ManageEngine Applications Manager Customers

Certis Europe, Financial Domain, SaaS Office Suite, On Demand TV, Parliament's IT Systems, Sastra Technologies, UniServity

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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about ManageEngine Applications Manager pricing:
  • "The licensing costs for ManageEngine Applications Manager are around $1,200 per year. For additional monitors, you have to pay extra."
  • "Its price is good."
  • "The cost of this solution is not too bad, although it could be cheaper considering what you're getting for the price."

ManageEngine Applications Manager Reviews

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Chandraprakash Velmurugan
Project Leader - Release & Deployment at Solverminds
Real User
Top 20
Jul 6, 2020
Offers a service to monitor each and every specific feature in a server

What is our primary use case?

We are using the latest version of ManageEngine Applications Manager. We recently updated it. We are monitoring the performance of the GMR service using the Application Manager. We can collect the JVM parameters and that helps us to analyze the heat memory without even going into the missions or the servers. We can also monitor what other processes are running and check which one is occupying more memory. And we can also set the alarms, automatic alarms like email alerts, if something crosses a threshold. We monitor 1200 users and 25 servers with the Applications Manager.

Pros and Cons

  • "ManageEngine Applications Manager maintains the historical data and it's easy for us to analyze the trends and patterns and fix them accordingly."
  • "They could probably rearrange the UI so that it would be easy for people who are new to the Application Manager to configure things."

What other advice do I have?

I would rate ManageEngine Applications Manager a nine out of ten.
reviewer1175445
Solution Consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Reseller
Jan 20, 2020
User-friendly dashboard but the integration should be improved

What is our primary use case?

Normally, the customer uses ManageEngine to monitor an application by inserting it into the IBM solution from the back-end to find out the root cause of any application problem. I use ManageEngine to test-compile my products. Sometimes I use it for the summary clips with CF quotas. My experience with ManageEngine is primarily with the application performance management side. I also use ManageEngine to research and compare CF quotas and then appraise them so I can propose to the customer which solution is suitable for their organization. For a small organization, I think ManageEngine is pretty… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "The feature that I have found most valuable in ManageEngine Applications Manager is its dashboard."
  • "The information provided by ManageEngine is not deep-dive like IBM and CA provide."

What other advice do I have?

Before I recommend ManageEngine to a customer, I first look at the company size and their application requirements. If the size of the company is small or medium, I will propose ManageEngine. Secondly, I examine the capability of the organization. For example, if it is just an IT operation but they don't have an internal developer or systems expert, I might suggest using ManageEngine, but I also might recommend CA, AppDynamics, or Dynatrace. Lastly, I would examine the complexity of the application. If the application is not complex, I would recommend it. For example, if the application only…
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Rodrigo Torres
CEO at AXIOVISTA spa
Real User
Top 20
Dec 7, 2020
Flexible deployment, good price, good integration, and good support

What is our primary use case?

We use the ManageEngine suite in many dimensions. We not only use it for application monitoring and troubleshooting; we also do our services through this suite. We manage services in general, and to provide our services, we use the ManageEngine suite. Depending on what a customer needs, we put different modules and applications. Sometimes, the customers buy the solution or software, and sometimes they buy just the services. We put the software as a service. The main product that we have here is for a banking client, and they have the latest version. Its version, however, varies based on the… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "Its price and the flexibility to deploy are the most valuable. Flexibility is very important, and you can scale from very basic to more complex. This solution is a part of a complete suite of management tools. So, it can be integrated with other solutions for monitoring networks, which is very important. You can expand it or interconnect it with many other tools, which is a powerful feature. We have a very good and long relationship with ManageEngine support guys. They provide very good support for us."
  • "They can improve the post-processing of the data. AppDynamics has more powerful tools for post-processing or analytics. It has some limitations in more complex environments, but because we are free to use different solutions, we try to find what is best for the customers or the problem we are trying to solve."

What other advice do I have?

I would rate ManageEngine Applications Manager an eight out of ten because there are more powerful tools in the market.
Monitorspe67
Monitoring Specialist at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
Real User
Aug 8, 2019
Straightforward to deploy and easy to use, but stability is a significant problem

What is our primary use case?

We use this solution for application monitoring. We have an on-premises deployment model.

Pros and Cons

  • "The most valuable feature of this solution is its ease of use."
  • "The dashboards in the interface need a lot of work."

What other advice do I have?

Depending on the size of the environment, this is a solution that I recommend. You also have to be careful about how you deploy it. This is a good product, but right now, we have too many issues with stability. I would rate this solution a six out of ten.
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