Statseeker Previous Solutions

NetworkTddd4
Network Tools Specialist at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
I've been using the same product in my environment for all the time I've been here. As Statseeker has released extra features into the product, we have migrated sections of other tools. We have stopped using other tools for various things that we migrated into Statseeker. Why did we switch? It came back to either quickness of reporting, or the fact that other tools did aggregate the information up over a timeframe; with Statseeker we can go back over a time and actually have a look at stuff. The previous product we were using, it would age out the information or aggregate the information up. So, we weren't able to look back in an extended timeframe. View full review »
Jp Buckley
Senior Network Engineer at Unum Group
For software and hardware, how we spend the money depends on demand and what we have going on. One year, we could have campus refresh, and if we have a little bit of change left over we'd spend it on software. We have had Statseeker as long as 8-9 years ago. View full review »
Jessie Hackney
Network Engineer at West Virginia Department of Education
There was a different solution but that was before I was involved and I really wasn't in the decision-making process for choosing this solution. View full review »
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NetworkA3000
Network Analyst at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We were having trouble getting meaningful statistics out of our other monitoring solutions. We used SolarWinds Orion and we still use it to some extent for other purposes. We switched to get that granularity that Statseeker provides. I find it really onerous to get meaningful data out of Orion. The data is there, but it takes a long time to get at, and the performance isn't quite there. Statseeker is very fast. View full review »
NetworkS422c
Network Specialist at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
They used a system called Cacti and it wasn't user friendly. To get to an interface it took a long time. You'd go to the router and from the router you had to find the interface. It wasn't as easy as Statseeker. With Statseeker you can just click on a router or switch, click on the Reporting Tool and it will show every single interface and you just click on the one you want. With this one you had to physically find them. The graphs weren't very good at all. It didn't compare. View full review »
NetworkA0c11
Network Analyst at a leisure / travel company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have used several different solutions. The SolarWinds solution is probably the most encompassing and probably the closest thing that we can get to a single pane of glass. However, they do not have unused ninety-day reports or circuit utilization. Also, their NetFlow is a tad bit lacking. View full review »
Matthew Freitag
Network Engineer at Michigan Technological University
We have been using Statseeker the entire time that I have been with the company. View full review »
Robert Pettit
Senior Network Engineer at Banner Health
We use other solutions to handle different devices. For example, we run SolarWinds and Network Reporter. We use Cisco Prime to monitor and report on our wireless access points. Cisco Prime also reports on switches and routers, but it would be nice to consolidate everything down to one or two products. As our enterprise continued to get larger, we needed a solution that could support and inform us on a lot of devices. This is why we implemented this solution. View full review »
NetworkE1530
Network Engineer at a university with 5,001-10,000 employees
We didn't really have a previous solution. It was kind of a home-grown solution, so Statseeker was easy. It was inexpensive. It fit the need and was very fast to get implemented. View full review »
NetworkE1225
Network Engineer at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
In the past, we used SolarWinds and find that Statseeker is more stable. View full review »
Chet Craig
Senior Manager of Core Network Operations at US Cellular
Previously, we used a variety of tools like some WAN and a lot of other in-house tools, but this is the one that we use a lot for confirmation. View full review »
NetworkTe9f1
Network Team Lead at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We used a home-grown solution prior to this one, so switching to Stateseeker was easy. It is inexpensive, it fits the need, and it was very fast to implement. View full review »
NetworkE6e63
Network Engineer at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
We did not use another solution prior to this one. However, we are switching from Statseeker to Observium. The reason for the switch is that in Observium, the interface is really well-refined. You can select individual interfaces and you can pull up graphs really easily. View full review »
SeniorEn789c
Senior Engineer at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
My counterpart was familiar with Statseeker from a former job. He brought it in. View full review »
Willis Morris
Senior Network Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
We previously had WhatsUp Gold which is a really cheap solution. We needed something with better analytical abilities, better reporting, generally better information, and a better interface. View full review »
Scott Steves
Network Engineer at BCBS of KS
We used HP NNMi prior to this solution. However, they out-priced themselves so we switched. View full review »
SrManage3688
Sr Manager at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
Switching had to do with the cost of supporting multiple products. If there is just one product that does it all then it's cheaper, in the long run, to maintain and manage. View full review »
Roy Mccauley
Lead Network Engineer at Fairview Health Services
We did not use another solution prior to this one. View full review »
Abdul Khaliq Rajput
IT Manager Network Operation at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
We did use another solution prior to this one, but we switched because Statseeker is very efficient and very user-friendly. View full review »
Daniel Hess
Network Specialist at Internal Revenue Service
Prior to using this solution, we were doing scripting to record bandwidth numbers, and this made things a whole lot simpler. View full review »
NetworkEa244
Network Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
We did not use another solution prior to this one. View full review »
it_user115695
Senior Capacity Manager at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
Currently using a variety of tools across multiple accounts. View full review »
Abdul Khaliq Rajput
IT Manager Network Operation at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
We switched due to performance. View full review »
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