SiteScope Pros and Cons

SiteScope Pros

Carl Brahms Jr
Engineer at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
The Monitor Templates functionality allowed us to spin up monitoring with .csv files pretty easily.
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Rakesh Kanojia
Senior Technical Pre-Sales Consultant / Project Manager (BSM) at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
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.
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Diego Caicedo Lescano
Chief Innovation Officer at SAGGA
Simple deployment: The deployment uses protocols such as NetBios, SSH, WMI, SNMP, which means that any device with any of these protocols will be monitored.
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PankajSoni
Sr. Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Simplest tool for monitoring servers, web content, databases and other hardware. Its dashboard is really good.
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SiteScope Cons

Carl Brahms Jr
Engineer at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
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.
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Rakesh Kanojia
Senior Technical Pre-Sales Consultant / Project Manager (BSM) at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
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.
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Diego Caicedo Lescano
Chief Innovation Officer at SAGGA
It could be more reliable using a database repository instead of a log repository.
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PankajSoni
Sr. Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
They should provide more templates for new vendor devices.
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