VMware vRealize Operations (vROps) Pricing and License Cost

reviewer1035828
Senior Technical Manager at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
vROps is a bit expensive and that's a reason that small clients say, "No, I don't think we need this." From a pricing perspective, it is quite steep. But "expensive" is relative, depending on what you need. Others might say, "It is expensive, but I think we can use it to better our environment." It is quite an expensive product. But if you really require something, you'll do it anyway. View full review »
SenthilKumar5
Senior Release Engineer at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
They forecast our pricing based on the objects we deploy, but I'm not involved much with that. The licensing part is a bit complicated. View full review »
HIMANSHUMARU
Manager, IT Infrastructure and Data Center at Asian Paints
Over time they have changed the pricing and the licensing model. Five or six years ago, when we took it, it was a very good option. Now, I think I have to reevaluate, to be honest. View full review »
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reviewer1351488
Architecture Engineer at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
Every VMware product is a licensing challenge. It's always costly. It's based on processors. From a technical side, the product is very good. The challenging part is always the licensing. They should have some kind of alternate pricing models. They have a simple model, CPU-based. They should do something to make it more reasonable there. And they have too many variations. I think there are three different models that depend on different form factors. They should make it easier. With three different versions—standard, advanced, and enterprise—it's confusing. View full review »
Reviewer03752
IT Consultant at a government with 5,001-10,000 employees
When we last did a comparison of solutions, the pricing was equal or similar. View full review »
Abimbola Hassan
System Analyst at a engineering company with 10,001+ employees
The solution has a huge cost. If we could just have one license covering everything that vROps can do, that would be great. I would prefer it this way. We need a separate license for vRealize Log Insight, which has not been integrated. However, it's something I'm looking forward to using. View full review »
GastonVelez
IT Systems Specialist at ALMA Observatory
The pricing is a little bit expensive. Licensing is an issue because there are always changes, and by that I mean cost increases. And that's not only for vROps but for VMware, vSphere, and all the products that are involved. View full review »
Saurabh Chandratre
Director Solutions Architect - EMEA & APAC at Blue Medora
The True Visibility Suite is available in three editions: Standard, Advanced and Enterprise. These packages align with the various infrastructure teams, and offer a convenient way to pick the best package that applies, without being tethered to just one vendor or device type. View full review »
Simbarashe Mazorodze
Solutions Architect at Terrific Tech
There is a need for training so as to get qualified staff to set up the environment. The initial costs are a bit on the higher side but the licensing is flexible. View full review »
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