RISC Networks CloudScape [EOL] Overview

What is RISC Networks CloudScape [EOL]?

Successful migrations to cloud require proper planning and analysis to determine the right applications to move, the right cloud provider, the best pricing model and much more. Whether you're considering public cloud, private or hybrid, CloudScape has you covered.

RISC Networks CloudScape [EOL] is also known as CloudScape.

RISC Networks CloudScape [EOL] Buyer's Guide

Download the RISC Networks CloudScape [EOL] Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: November 2020

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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about RISC Networks CloudScape [EOL] pricing:
  • "This product would provide better ROI for larger environments."
  • "It is expensive, but we can justify it. It would definitely be an expensive option in night time to run it continually. We decided to make a purchase just to help us with this migration. However, in the long-term, I don't know if we'll use it because of the cost."

RISC Networks CloudScape [EOL] Reviews

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Cloud Architect at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Real User
Dec 23, 2018
It helps us to assess application information to provide analytics, but the product is not instrumenting for very deep level application inspection

What is our primary use case?

We had some applications which were on-premise and wanted to assess them before deciding to move them to the cloud. RISC Networks falls into the area of application discoveries, so that is what we used it for. We have been using for an engagement for the last three months.

Pros and Cons

  • "The valuable feature of RISC Networks would be detecting application stack dependencies. If there are applications spread across front servers, it has a way of writing the data."
  • "The major issue that I had with this product is that it is not instrumenting. Hence, I can't do a very deep level application inspection."

What other advice do I have?

Our on-premise version is a hybrid. It has a cloud part that it relies on and uses AWS Cloud software as part of it. If they have a use case which involved large scale migration of applications onto the cloud, I would recommend to first check if Amazon Services work for you, because they are free. They don't work in a number of scenarios, in which case, you should use this third-party. This is where I would recommend using RISC Networks.
Architect at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Dec 17, 2018
From a portfolio perspective, it has allowed us to validate what servers and applications we have

What is our primary use case?

The primary use case is migrating the existing work load. Therefore, we use it to analyze our application portfolio for migrating us to AWS.

Pros and Cons

  • "It gives us extra visibility that we didn't already have around how our applications are integrated with one another."
  • "It seemed to take a relatively long time to implement. I thought it would be quicker. Also, the initial deployment and installation does require skilled resources."

What other advice do I have?

We are very happy with it. It integrates well with a lot of Microsoft and Oracle applications along with Microsoft and Linux workloads. It is also running on some IBM workloads as well.
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