SiteScope Pros and Cons
The product's ability to monitor systems and applications and send alerts and create support tickets are the most valuable features of the product.View full review »
The Monitor Templates functionality allowed us to spin up monitoring with .csv files pretty easily.View full review »
SiteScope has built-in flat file DB, hence it removes the dependency of an external DB for higher stability.
Has a simple setup. It can be up and running within hours.
It can monitor over a 100 technologies with built-in solution templates.View full review »
There's no agent you need installed on the servers. In our environment, we have some servers out of our control so we cannot manage them. We use SiteScope to monitor the availability, the resources on the servers, etc. This allows us to do this job without installing agents so there's no need to take care of anything on the server.View full review »
It may lack some features other products in the category have like more detailed transaction tracking.View full review »
They have not kept up with browser security requirements or advances in GUIs, they switched to a corruptible database architecture instead of text config files.View full review »
Direct integration with an SMS gateway for sending critical alerts to the support SME. This will help customer investing in third party middleware solutions for SMS.View full review »
Sometimes in a huge environment, I think the documentation does not provide the required calculations so you can't know what the required set up should be. You need to test.View full review »