PRTG Network Monitor Pricing and License Cost

Anton James
IT Manager at Silverstring LTD
The pricing is not too bad. It's not massively expensive, and the ability to upscale or even downscale licenses every year is brilliant for us. View full review »
Anthony Grant-Marston
Network Engineer at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
We bought a license for 4000 sensors. View full review »
Lewis Stonier
Engineer at Datacentreplus
One thing I like is that when you buy sensors, it's a perpetual license, so once you buy 2,000 sensors, you've got 2,000 sensors; it's not a recurring cost. With some products, it's a subscription model where you pay every year. View full review »
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Callum Williams
Systems Engineer at Converse Pharma Group
While I am not the person who deals with pricing, I would say that we pay around 1000 pounds a year. View full review »
Jon Bowler
Cloud Engineer at Software Cloud Limited
We've got 1,000 nodes and I believe it's a few hundred quid a month. View full review »
Daniel Cattigan
Infrastructure Team Lead at a leisure / travel company with 501-1,000 employees
In my company now, we are using the free version. In previous companies, we have had unlimited licenses and going beyond 10,000 sensors with 50 different branch offices. View full review »
Andy Shephard
Information Security Analyst at a financial services firm with 51-200 employees
We've got the unlimited package. I don't know the licensing situation today, but I believe it was around the £15,000 per year mark. It's probably about a couple of grand per month, at most. View full review »
Tim Deighton
Infrastructure Manager at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
We are licensed for 2500 endpoints. View full review »
Shirwan Khan
Infrastructure Engineer at Lookers plc
Cost was a factor when selecting this solution, but it just did everything we wanted it to do. The key thing was having it agentless, so we didn't have to maintain the local nodes. Our licensing costs are 10,000 euros over three years. We've a three year contract with that, then we will just maintain it on a yearly basis. View full review »
Chris Bentley
Senior Security Engineer at Fletchers Solicitors Ltd.
On a yearly basis, I believe it's between £1,200 and £1,500. It's relatively inexpensive, for what we need. View full review »
Antony Gouldstone
Infrastructure Manager at a non-profit with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is about £4,500 for the first year, then about another 15 to 20 percent annually after that. So, we are looking at about £1000 running costs a year. When you think about how much an outage costs per minute, it's negligible. View full review »
GroupInffc1b
Group Information Security Manager at a comms service provider with 201-500 employees
We pay for a perpetual license and we have a support fee. View full review »
AndrewWright1
IT Coordinator at ENGIE Renewables Ltd
At the moment I'm only using 500 sensors. I pay yearly, so it's a cost that's easily swallowed. View full review »
Security66f5
Security Engineer at a health, wellness and fitness company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The historical data does not help us optimize our network performance, as we are not really using it to that level. We could, but because we are only on the free version, we have a limited number of sensors. Therefore, we are not monitoring as much as we want to be to obtain historical information. View full review »
Paul Farris
Infrastructure Analyst
I'm not involved in the commercial aspect of the solution, but the pricing is very low compared to other solutions. View full review »
Craig Williams
IT Manager at a marketing services firm with 51-200 employees
Right now, the smallest sensor pack that they have is just a bit out of range for me, as a business. This kills me, as I need the product. Therefore, there is always a balance between needing to buy it or continuing their free version. I would like better pricing models for smaller businesses. The free version is fantastic, but it's too restrictive. If they could just get up to 200 sensors for a reasonable fee for on-premise, I would give PRTG my credit card right now. View full review »
CyberSec188d
Cybersecurity Engineer at a tech services company
Give the soluton serious consideration. If you are not too sure about it, try the free version. Then, if you like it, you can go to the paid version and roll it out. View full review »
ShankarHN
IT Strategy, Management Consulting, Training and Development at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
When you buy PRTG, everything comes in one bundle. Licensing is very easy. It is not like SolarWinds or Ops Manager, where I can buy pieces separately if I want high availability or Syslog. It becomes painful. The basic version looks cheap, but NetFlow has to be bought separately on SolarWinds. In PRTG, there are no questions asked, and everything comes together. SolarWinds is a bit complex, so the customer may have to buy the product license and have to pay a little extra for training and deployment of the license. In the case of PRTG, the product is so easy that we give the customer three online sessions, and they are happy since we don't charge them for that. View full review »
Darryl Potgieter
Head of Technology Architecture - Head of Network and Security Centre of Excellence at a paper AND forest products with 10,001+ employees
We have an unlimited perpetual license, so we just pay support costs and it can scale throughout the organization. View full review »
SimonRose
Technical Consultant at Celerity Limited
My advice is to be clear with what you want to monitor before you start configuring. PRTG has a large number of probes that can be used to monitor devices, so have a good plan of what you want to monitor. Otherwise it is easy to monitor devices with lots of probes and exceed license allowance or hardware limitations. PRTG licenses are expensive. View full review »
Monitoric40b
Monitoring Specialist at a construction company with 10,001+ employees
If you're looking for a cost effective software I’d suggest this product. If you have worked with/used a more professional product or need a more professional/complex product, I would not recommend this one. If you want a straightforward and easy solution, PRTG Network Monitoring is one of the best. View full review »
Rod Cushman
Network Manager with 201-500 employees
Sensors on free version can run out quick. However, the ability to use the base version with 100 free sensors is great. The cost on other packages can be very reasonable. View full review »
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