SentinelOne Pricing and License Cost

reviewer1444704
Network Support at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
They were very good about finding a price that could work for us. I'm not the bean counter, so I don't know exactly what the end cost was, but I do know that we got them at a time of the most financial stress we had been under and they found a way to make it work for us. It was a three-year contract and everyone fully expected the price to take a significant jump because the capabilities of the solution had been significantly increased with no additional costs. We expected it to maybe even be priced out and they did not. It went up a slight bit, which you can expect, but they worked with us. We were one of the first companies to go with them here, in Ohio. They have a lot of respect for their loyal customers. They worked with us and allowed us to keep this high-level product and actually add more licenses to it without breaking our bank. In terms of additional costs, they've added something called Ranger and another layer of deep visibility. The base console doesn't come with that. Ranger is threat hunting and we were able to use the Ranger and the visibility, which is the threat hunting and of course the deep visibility and more in-depth storyline. We were able to use that, but we hardly ever needed that for our environment and the way we use the product. Because of that, we did not opt to have those in our current console. We do more threat response than hunting. We put the latest and greatest agent out there and it's backed by this particular product but we just simply don't have the personnel to do it like we used to. That's the one thing we're missing. If you were to add the deep visibility and the threat hunting capability onto it, it would be a little bit more. I don't think it's that much of a significant cost, but I don't know the end results of the prices. Because we didn't make use of those two functionalities, they just cut it out. View full review »
reviewer1056855
Enterprise Security Architect at a recruiting/HR firm with 10,001+ employees
I got a really good deal so I'm very happy with the pricing. View full review »
Thorsten Trautwein-Veit
Offensive Security Certified Professional at Schuler Group
There are no fees other than their standard licensing fees. View full review »
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Mohammad Ali Khan
Director at Pacific Infotech UK ltd
Pricing is a bit of a pain point. That's where we have not been able to convince all of our customers to use SentinelOne. The pricing is still on the higher side. It's almost double the price, if not more, of a normal antivirus, such as NOD32, Kaspersky, or Symantec. I understand that these are not similar products, but for a customer who has a certain amount of money to pay for an antivirus, they can only spend so much. That's where it becomes hard to convince them to pay double the price for endpoint security. That is the only feature of this product which causes us to step back and not be able to deploy it for absolutely every customer we have. We would love to, but obviously if the customer doesn't have the budget to pay for it, there is not much we can do. If they can somehow bring the prices down, that would massively help in bringing this to a lot more customers. View full review »
reviewer1083027
Information Security & Privacy Manager at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
We are on a subscription model by choice. Therefore, we are paying a premium for the flexibility. We would have huge cost savings if we committed to a three-year buy-in. So, it's more expensive than the other solutions that we were looking at, but we have the flexibility of a subscription model. I think the pricing is fair. For example, if we had a three-year tie-in SentinelOne versus Cylance or one of the others, there is not that much difference in pricing. There might be a few euro or dollars here and there, but it's negligible. View full review »
Stephen Poot
Network and Security Engineer at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The pricing level for this service and application was very interesting for us. I don't know exactly what the price was, but apparently it was a big surprise that the SOC was also included in our pricing model. The Deep Visibility feature practically double the price. Because we have a SOC, we rely on them to have insights about all the threats, so we are not monitoring our environment ourselves. It is mostly done by the SentinelOne SOC. That is the reason why we decided not to go for this feature. View full review »
reviewer1431807
Sr. Information Security Manager at a computer software company with 1,001-5,000 employees
There are actually three versions of this product: the user version, professional, and professional plus. If analysts need to see something, like what the users are doing, what processes are running, we can go to the console and see. The traditional version only shows when incidents happen. I think the next time we renew, we'd go with the lesser version because it shows enough information. There aren't additional costs to the standard licensing. View full review »
Peter Sikkes
Software Engineer at a healthcare company with 51-200 employees
It was cheaper than McAfee, which was a way to convince management to go with the solution. View full review »
Roel Schreurs
System Engineer at Lyanthe
You have to look at the kinds of problems you can end up with and the fact that you want security against them, and then SentinelOne is not expensive. That's the way I would sell it. If you avoid having one outbreak a year, just one, then SentinelOne is worth the money. When you have that one outbreak and it spreads across your complete network, it means days of work are gone. For a complete environment like ours, with 300-plus users, it would be very expensive. View full review »
Marc Vazquez
IT Manager at Telecorp Inc.
The cost of the solution varies and depends on your relationship with the supplier. My cost is USD $6 per end point. I don't have additional costs on top of that. View full review »
Tony Tuite
Consultant at NFC/IT
The per-seat cost is low, but you have to commit to a certain number of licenses for a year. View full review »
Reviewer07479
CIO at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The solution's price/performance ratio is reasonable. In addition to the standard licensing fees there is, of course, the SOC service fee. View full review »
reviewer1261773
Engineer II, Enterprise Client Support at a media company with 10,001+ employees
The costs are really rather minimal for what you receive with the product. No real advisement here. The larger count you have, the deeper discount you will receive in your contract. View full review »
Lindsay Mieth
CISO at Regnum Christi
The pricing is rather elevated. However, the solution is the most transparent for the uses I have ever encountered as well as being normally very informative and accurate for our engineers. View full review »
reviewer1176750
VP at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Our licensing fees are about $5 USD per endpoint, per month. View full review »
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