2019-02-24T10:18:00Z

What needs improvement with LogRhythm NetMon?


Please share with the community what you think needs improvement with LogRhythm NetMon.

What are its weaknesses? What would you like to see changed in a future version?

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Top 5Real User

The training for this product is not very good and needs to be improved. For example, the instructor came with a specific outline and does not like to go outside of the box. There should be documentation the describes more use cases and how to implement them.

2020-05-05T06:08:00Z
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Top 5Real User

Our customers would always like to see additional features. Ideally, they want one solution to do everything, particularly with networking products. Often customer request features that are related to their day-to-day operation such as traffic congestion and network usage at a specific endpoint. Adding operational flavor into the existing network threat detection product would allow more customers to use a single platform to satisfy all their networking visibility needs. I'd like to see more of these types of visualization or dashboard geared toward this kind of usage is built out of the box and ready to use. Also, having network topology visuals from a specific endpoint can be a great feature that would help correlate and investigate faster.

2020-03-18T06:06:04Z
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I would like to see better integration with multiple products. Integration is not something that is readily available for most of the products. I would also like to see some more customization with the analytics that LogRhythm offers because there are competitive solutions on the market that get much more analytics, unlike LogRhythm. We have second-hand features when we look at the analytics portion of it. Otherwise, the solution is good but I'm expecting a little more in analytics.

2019-02-24T10:18:00Z
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