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Elastic Security logo
4.8
13

Security at the speed of Elastic

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Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.6
    Ease of use
    4.4
    Features
    4.7
    Customer support
    4.1
Pros and Cons from Elastic Security users   
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+11
This is an amazing tool for a developer to view application logs and analyse issues. The overall user experience is also really good which helps us read data with ease.
Building integration with any product is a difficult task. Unlike other commercial systems that employ profile integration, this one does not.
It's a great tool for developers to examine app logs, and user activity, and fix issues. It's a great tool for data analysis and application management, among other things.
We had lots of network-related log files with millions of records to be processed and identify errors, user activity, and many other pieces of information.
We wanted to go to the next step for compliance and security for our organization and we are totally satisfied. There is also o good customer support in our region.
Ultimately we were able to build an automated alerting system when there is an error or unusual user activity in the network system.
I have integrated this product with my ELK Module and the best thing is that it is a known product for IT Monitoring and anomaly detection.
The documentation is poor. Not suitable for transactions.
The product has excellent customization options.
It is also good at logging, aggregation, and analytics when used in combination with the rest of the Elastic stack.
This makes Elastic's logging search a breeze. It is also faster than any other products available in the market like IBM QRadar.
It's easy to integrate with programming languages such as Java.
It is an easy to use software. The visual aspect of it is a key feature, and it can do wonders.
It is a very simple and easy to use and areliable method for gathering authentication data from service providers.
This is an amazing tool for a developer to view application logs and analyse issues. The overall user experience is also really good which helps us read data with ease.
Building integration with any product is a difficult task. Unlike other commercial systems that employ profile integration, this one does not.
It's a great tool for developers to examine app logs, and user activity, and fix issues. It's a great tool for data analysis and application management, among other things.
We had lots of network-related log files with millions of records to be processed and identify errors, user activity, and many other pieces of information.
We wanted to go to the next step for compliance and security for our organization and we are totally satisfied. There is also o good customer support in our region.
Ultimately we were able to build an automated alerting system when there is an error or unusual user activity in the network system.
I have integrated this product with my ELK Module and the best thing is that it is a known product for IT Monitoring and anomaly detection.
The documentation is poor. Not suitable for transactions.
The product has excellent customization options.
It is also good at logging, aggregation, and analytics when used in combination with the rest of the Elastic stack.
This makes Elastic's logging search a breeze. It is also faster than any other products available in the market like IBM QRadar.
It's easy to integrate with programming languages such as Java.
It is an easy to use software. The visual aspect of it is a key feature, and it can do wonders.
It is a very simple and easy to use and areliable method for gathering authentication data from service providers.
This is an amazing tool for a developer to view application logs and analyse issues. The overall user experience is also really good which helps us read data with ease.
Building integration with any product is a difficult task. Unlike other commercial systems that employ profile integration, this one does not.
It's a great tool for developers to examine app logs, and user activity, and fix issues. It's a great tool for data analysis and application management, among other things.
We had lots of network-related log files with millions of records to be processed and identify errors, user activity, and many other pieces of information.
We wanted to go to the next step for compliance and security for our organization and we are totally satisfied. There is also o good customer support in our region.
Ultimately we were able to build an automated alerting system when there is an error or unusual user activity in the network system.
I have integrated this product with my ELK Module and the best thing is that it is a known product for IT Monitoring and anomaly detection.
The documentation is poor. Not suitable for transactions.
The product has excellent customization options.
It is also good at logging, aggregation, and analytics when used in combination with the rest of the Elastic stack.
This makes Elastic's logging search a breeze. It is also faster than any other products available in the market like IBM QRadar.
It's easy to integrate with programming languages such as Java.
It is an easy to use software. The visual aspect of it is a key feature, and it can do wonders.
It is a very simple and easy to use and areliable method for gathering authentication data from service providers.
7SIGNAL logo
4.4
18

The leader in enterprise wireless experience monitoring

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.3
    Ease of use
    3.8
    Features
    4.4
    Customer support
    4.5
Pros and Cons from 7SIGNAL users   
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+7
Very easy to use and a great benefit to monitoring our wireless network.
A little intimidating at first, lots of data to take in.
The Saphire Eye has a great feature set with really great potential.
Because it's difficult to get the data out of the system, I don't log into it very much. The Eyes are not smart enough to pick and chose the AP to monitor.
Good product overall help us to identify an issue's with the configuration on wireless product.
Getting the data out of the system is painful. I feel like a need a PHD in 7Signal to get the data out of the system.
Being able to monitor the wireless network from the point of view of the user versus just looking at metrics helped us provide better and more proactive support to our users.
Love the mobile eye as a tool on any platform to monitor and troubleshoot issues. Also they’ve put a lot of work into the dashboards and making issues quick and easy to find.
This platform allows us to quickly gain an understanding to issues on the network that are not necessary wireless but impactful to wireless. The customizable KPIs and reports are incredibly handy.
Very good product, but I needed more. Hopefully they will enhance the product in the future.
Very easy to use and a great benefit to monitoring our wireless network.
A little intimidating at first, lots of data to take in.
The Saphire Eye has a great feature set with really great potential.
Because it's difficult to get the data out of the system, I don't log into it very much. The Eyes are not smart enough to pick and chose the AP to monitor.
Good product overall help us to identify an issue's with the configuration on wireless product.
Getting the data out of the system is painful. I feel like a need a PHD in 7Signal to get the data out of the system.
Being able to monitor the wireless network from the point of view of the user versus just looking at metrics helped us provide better and more proactive support to our users.
Love the mobile eye as a tool on any platform to monitor and troubleshoot issues. Also they’ve put a lot of work into the dashboards and making issues quick and easy to find.
This platform allows us to quickly gain an understanding to issues on the network that are not necessary wireless but impactful to wireless. The customizable KPIs and reports are incredibly handy.
Very good product, but I needed more. Hopefully they will enhance the product in the future.
Very easy to use and a great benefit to monitoring our wireless network.
A little intimidating at first, lots of data to take in.
The Saphire Eye has a great feature set with really great potential.
Because it's difficult to get the data out of the system, I don't log into it very much. The Eyes are not smart enough to pick and chose the AP to monitor.
Good product overall help us to identify an issue's with the configuration on wireless product.
Getting the data out of the system is painful. I feel like a need a PHD in 7Signal to get the data out of the system.
Being able to monitor the wireless network from the point of view of the user versus just looking at metrics helped us provide better and more proactive support to our users.
Love the mobile eye as a tool on any platform to monitor and troubleshoot issues. Also they’ve put a lot of work into the dashboards and making issues quick and easy to find.
This platform allows us to quickly gain an understanding to issues on the network that are not necessary wireless but impactful to wireless. The customizable KPIs and reports are incredibly handy.
Very good product, but I needed more. Hopefully they will enhance the product in the future.
NMIS logo
4.9
11

Network management software for handling fault analysis

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.9
    Ease of use
    4.3
    Features
    4.9
    Customer support
    4.9
Pros and Cons from NMIS users   
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+11
Reliability, ease of use, ability to self-host, absolutely excellent documentation, and an OUTSTANDING support team that goes above and beyond to make sure my needs are met.
There is very little negative to say about the product.
We like the features you get out of the box, such as business rules and the ability to models of any piece of equipment, which is great for us for doing things like IoT.
Alarming of problems and customizable views help us to run our network professionably. We had from time to time a session with engineers of Opmantek to discuss new features or problems.
I have had a pleasant experience with NMIS for the past 2 years, the bunch of guys at Opmantek are friendly and always willing to help.
Open source linux based and well written/structured filesystem backed by a great responsive support team for advice or troubleshooting. Easy to install/configure/customise.
Some of the key advantage are it's technical support going straight to the Engineers who are friendly and highly knowledgeable to deal with. Running SNMP and Mongo DB which is free licensing.
We continue to find new and useful ways to implement and integrate the OMK platform into many of our other tools and practices. I could not be more excited about what comes next.
The software itself is great and the support is outstanding.
Great features right out of the box, such as business rules and the ability to model any piece of equipment.
NMIS is open-source, easy to deploy and maintain. The Feature set of this product is amazing as it allows you monitor every single Network device within our organization.
Adjusting NMIS' polling policy allowed us to do this without blowing out our data budget. It also keeps us confident that our online portals are up and running for our customers to use.
As the administrator of the system, I pretty much never have to say "no" when I am asked "Can it do this. The documentation is intuitive and complete as well.
We have integrated NMIS with our saltstack configuration management tool so new nodes are automatically created with the correct settings when we deploy them.
Reliability, ease of use, ability to self-host, absolutely excellent documentation, and an OUTSTANDING support team that goes above and beyond to make sure my needs are met.
There is very little negative to say about the product.
We like the features you get out of the box, such as business rules and the ability to models of any piece of equipment, which is great for us for doing things like IoT.
Alarming of problems and customizable views help us to run our network professionably. We had from time to time a session with engineers of Opmantek to discuss new features or problems.
I have had a pleasant experience with NMIS for the past 2 years, the bunch of guys at Opmantek are friendly and always willing to help.
Open source linux based and well written/structured filesystem backed by a great responsive support team for advice or troubleshooting. Easy to install/configure/customise.
Some of the key advantage are it's technical support going straight to the Engineers who are friendly and highly knowledgeable to deal with. Running SNMP and Mongo DB which is free licensing.
We continue to find new and useful ways to implement and integrate the OMK platform into many of our other tools and practices. I could not be more excited about what comes next.
The software itself is great and the support is outstanding.
Great features right out of the box, such as business rules and the ability to model any piece of equipment.
NMIS is open-source, easy to deploy and maintain. The Feature set of this product is amazing as it allows you monitor every single Network device within our organization.
Adjusting NMIS' polling policy allowed us to do this without blowing out our data budget. It also keeps us confident that our online portals are up and running for our customers to use.
As the administrator of the system, I pretty much never have to say "no" when I am asked "Can it do this. The documentation is intuitive and complete as well.
We have integrated NMIS with our saltstack configuration management tool so new nodes are automatically created with the correct settings when we deploy them.
Reliability, ease of use, ability to self-host, absolutely excellent documentation, and an OUTSTANDING support team that goes above and beyond to make sure my needs are met.
There is very little negative to say about the product.
We like the features you get out of the box, such as business rules and the ability to models of any piece of equipment, which is great for us for doing things like IoT.
Alarming of problems and customizable views help us to run our network professionably. We had from time to time a session with engineers of Opmantek to discuss new features or problems.
I have had a pleasant experience with NMIS for the past 2 years, the bunch of guys at Opmantek are friendly and always willing to help.
Open source linux based and well written/structured filesystem backed by a great responsive support team for advice or troubleshooting. Easy to install/configure/customise.
Some of the key advantage are it's technical support going straight to the Engineers who are friendly and highly knowledgeable to deal with. Running SNMP and Mongo DB which is free licensing.
We continue to find new and useful ways to implement and integrate the OMK platform into many of our other tools and practices. I could not be more excited about what comes next.
The software itself is great and the support is outstanding.
Great features right out of the box, such as business rules and the ability to model any piece of equipment.
NMIS is open-source, easy to deploy and maintain. The Feature set of this product is amazing as it allows you monitor every single Network device within our organization.
Adjusting NMIS' polling policy allowed us to do this without blowing out our data budget. It also keeps us confident that our online portals are up and running for our customers to use.
As the administrator of the system, I pretty much never have to say "no" when I am asked "Can it do this. The documentation is intuitive and complete as well.
We have integrated NMIS with our saltstack configuration management tool so new nodes are automatically created with the correct settings when we deploy them.
Aruba AirWave logo
4.6
14

Software for managing wireless networks

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.0
    Ease of use
    4.0
    Features
    4.4
    Customer support
    4.6
Pros and Cons from Aruba AirWave users   
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+8
Customer support is too good, the VisualRF tool is best due to which I was able to know exactly where a client device is as well as what AP it is connected to.
I dislike that I don't have a blank checkbook. I think this should be the standard for all wireless enterprise platforms.
Excellent reporting tool that can be shared with management.
Not all Aruba branded products are fully compatible with the airwave, which means you can't utilise all features that it has to offer, which can be a bit frustrating.
The ability to view heat maps and view network statistics on a site by site basis is a great feature. Especially when your network consists of over 30 different sites.
Setup and be a bit confusing. Navigation has some shortcomings.
You can do just about everything your physical hardware is capable of doing with this software from the GUI menus, so it is quite powerful.
I am against the whole pay rent for license model that is pure company arbitrage that Aruba uses simply because it can.
Very happy with the product. Is a necessary part of my system's management arsenal.
Power of the real time and resport aspects. Great support for management and monitory of our wireless envrionment.
All you have to is upload the firmware to your portal and then manage the device and hit upgrade. They make it extremely easy to use.
Customer support is too good, the VisualRF tool is best due to which I was able to know exactly where a client device is as well as what AP it is connected to.
I dislike that I don't have a blank checkbook. I think this should be the standard for all wireless enterprise platforms.
Excellent reporting tool that can be shared with management.
Not all Aruba branded products are fully compatible with the airwave, which means you can't utilise all features that it has to offer, which can be a bit frustrating.
The ability to view heat maps and view network statistics on a site by site basis is a great feature. Especially when your network consists of over 30 different sites.
Setup and be a bit confusing. Navigation has some shortcomings.
You can do just about everything your physical hardware is capable of doing with this software from the GUI menus, so it is quite powerful.
I am against the whole pay rent for license model that is pure company arbitrage that Aruba uses simply because it can.
Very happy with the product. Is a necessary part of my system's management arsenal.
Power of the real time and resport aspects. Great support for management and monitory of our wireless envrionment.
All you have to is upload the firmware to your portal and then manage the device and hit upgrade. They make it extremely easy to use.
Customer support is too good, the VisualRF tool is best due to which I was able to know exactly where a client device is as well as what AP it is connected to.
I dislike that I don't have a blank checkbook. I think this should be the standard for all wireless enterprise platforms.
Excellent reporting tool that can be shared with management.
Not all Aruba branded products are fully compatible with the airwave, which means you can't utilise all features that it has to offer, which can be a bit frustrating.
The ability to view heat maps and view network statistics on a site by site basis is a great feature. Especially when your network consists of over 30 different sites.
Setup and be a bit confusing. Navigation has some shortcomings.
You can do just about everything your physical hardware is capable of doing with this software from the GUI menus, so it is quite powerful.
I am against the whole pay rent for license model that is pure company arbitrage that Aruba uses simply because it can.
Very happy with the product. Is a necessary part of my system's management arsenal.
Power of the real time and resport aspects. Great support for management and monitory of our wireless envrionment.
All you have to is upload the firmware to your portal and then manage the device and hit upgrade. They make it extremely easy to use.
PULScore logo
4.8
11

Network performance management system

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    5.0
    Ease of use
    4.5
    Features
    4.7
    Customer support
    4.9
Pros and Cons from PULScore users   
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+9
Is a very stable and reliable solution. Our needs and opinions as customers is always listened and consideredREST APIs responds perfectly.
The map function could have been integrated within Pulscore rather than a separate application which is quite difficult to integrate with existing systems.
The measurements are presented in a clean, readable dashboard. The Creanord team was helpful and responsive, so the deployment process was smooth.
The user interface contains many options which might be a bit intimidating at first sight. It takes some time to understand the workflow and various knobs.
We have improve and unified the visibility of our network and the services its provides, letting us work for for a better experience in our customers.
Slightly cumbersome to set up, not trivial to do without support. Possibly this has been enhanced in newer versions.
The nice graphical real time view of the stats and historical performance calculations. Ability to drill down to every minute from the monthly report.
Improve the analytical and AI to determine the root cause of failure.
Good product with some improvements and with additional features the product has the potential to become a leader in the market.
The best performance tools that has been using to monitor our network such as packet loss latency and jitter. It is easy to use and very friendly user.
I love possibility to integrate new monitoring entities in automatic way.
We have been using other tools for many years and found pulscore and the associated hardware to be much more accurate and easy to use.
Is a very stable and reliable solution. Our needs and opinions as customers is always listened and consideredREST APIs responds perfectly.
The map function could have been integrated within Pulscore rather than a separate application which is quite difficult to integrate with existing systems.
The measurements are presented in a clean, readable dashboard. The Creanord team was helpful and responsive, so the deployment process was smooth.
The user interface contains many options which might be a bit intimidating at first sight. It takes some time to understand the workflow and various knobs.
We have improve and unified the visibility of our network and the services its provides, letting us work for for a better experience in our customers.
Slightly cumbersome to set up, not trivial to do without support. Possibly this has been enhanced in newer versions.
The nice graphical real time view of the stats and historical performance calculations. Ability to drill down to every minute from the monthly report.
Improve the analytical and AI to determine the root cause of failure.
Good product with some improvements and with additional features the product has the potential to become a leader in the market.
The best performance tools that has been using to monitor our network such as packet loss latency and jitter. It is easy to use and very friendly user.
I love possibility to integrate new monitoring entities in automatic way.
We have been using other tools for many years and found pulscore and the associated hardware to be much more accurate and easy to use.
Is a very stable and reliable solution. Our needs and opinions as customers is always listened and consideredREST APIs responds perfectly.
The map function could have been integrated within Pulscore rather than a separate application which is quite difficult to integrate with existing systems.
The measurements are presented in a clean, readable dashboard. The Creanord team was helpful and responsive, so the deployment process was smooth.
The user interface contains many options which might be a bit intimidating at first sight. It takes some time to understand the workflow and various knobs.
We have improve and unified the visibility of our network and the services its provides, letting us work for for a better experience in our customers.
Slightly cumbersome to set up, not trivial to do without support. Possibly this has been enhanced in newer versions.
The nice graphical real time view of the stats and historical performance calculations. Ability to drill down to every minute from the monthly report.
Improve the analytical and AI to determine the root cause of failure.
Good product with some improvements and with additional features the product has the potential to become a leader in the market.
The best performance tools that has been using to monitor our network such as packet loss latency and jitter. It is easy to use and very friendly user.
I love possibility to integrate new monitoring entities in automatic way.
We have been using other tools for many years and found pulscore and the associated hardware to be much more accurate and easy to use.
Icinga logo
4.4
16

Monitor Your Entire Infrastructure

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.6
    Ease of use
    3.9
    Features
    4.3
    Customer support
    3.8
Pros and Cons from Icinga users   
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+11
As an open source project, Icinga offers a free, open, and complete solution for most operation monitoring. In particular, Icinga is great for monitoring hosts and alerting on basic metrics.
There's some complexity during the installation, There's also lack of extensions to power it up and their team isn't updating it frequently.
The fact that you can customize alerting for a specific time of day for your various users is a life-saver.
But for some of the issues, it is very hard to find resolutions faster.
Marvellous modules integrate on the product. Great customization, easy to use.
If you install Icinga in RHEL system you must to pay a subscription in order to access to It repository for update the software.
Icinga works great in real-time monitoring and can be easily integrated with other tools (Slack, emails, etc.) for notifications.
It has constant development that can be a problem with outside plugins that are not supported so professionally. Also core product needs some knowledge to set up and maintain.
Icinga has many great features, such as per-user notification periods, resource templates and performance data storage.
As stated before, the initial set-up is tricky, with varying steps needed depending on the OS it is running on.
HA capability and satellite usage are greats features.
Very simple monitoring GUI, that make it easy to search for devices or services that you are monitoring.
Extending the number of hosts or services checked is a breezy, with easy "clone this object" functionalities on the web interface, or detailed customization for the sysadmin.
It seems to be increasing the feature upside it has over its most direct competition, slowly, but surely. The API is also more straightforward in design over its direct competition.
As an open source project, Icinga offers a free, open, and complete solution for most operation monitoring. In particular, Icinga is great for monitoring hosts and alerting on basic metrics.
There's some complexity during the installation, There's also lack of extensions to power it up and their team isn't updating it frequently.
The fact that you can customize alerting for a specific time of day for your various users is a life-saver.
But for some of the issues, it is very hard to find resolutions faster.
Marvellous modules integrate on the product. Great customization, easy to use.
If you install Icinga in RHEL system you must to pay a subscription in order to access to It repository for update the software.
Icinga works great in real-time monitoring and can be easily integrated with other tools (Slack, emails, etc.) for notifications.
It has constant development that can be a problem with outside plugins that are not supported so professionally. Also core product needs some knowledge to set up and maintain.
Icinga has many great features, such as per-user notification periods, resource templates and performance data storage.
As stated before, the initial set-up is tricky, with varying steps needed depending on the OS it is running on.
HA capability and satellite usage are greats features.
Very simple monitoring GUI, that make it easy to search for devices or services that you are monitoring.
Extending the number of hosts or services checked is a breezy, with easy "clone this object" functionalities on the web interface, or detailed customization for the sysadmin.
It seems to be increasing the feature upside it has over its most direct competition, slowly, but surely. The API is also more straightforward in design over its direct competition.
As an open source project, Icinga offers a free, open, and complete solution for most operation monitoring. In particular, Icinga is great for monitoring hosts and alerting on basic metrics.
There's some complexity during the installation, There's also lack of extensions to power it up and their team isn't updating it frequently.
The fact that you can customize alerting for a specific time of day for your various users is a life-saver.
But for some of the issues, it is very hard to find resolutions faster.
Marvellous modules integrate on the product. Great customization, easy to use.
If you install Icinga in RHEL system you must to pay a subscription in order to access to It repository for update the software.
Icinga works great in real-time monitoring and can be easily integrated with other tools (Slack, emails, etc.) for notifications.
It has constant development that can be a problem with outside plugins that are not supported so professionally. Also core product needs some knowledge to set up and maintain.
Icinga has many great features, such as per-user notification periods, resource templates and performance data storage.
As stated before, the initial set-up is tricky, with varying steps needed depending on the OS it is running on.
HA capability and satellite usage are greats features.
Very simple monitoring GUI, that make it easy to search for devices or services that you are monitoring.
Extending the number of hosts or services checked is a breezy, with easy "clone this object" functionalities on the web interface, or detailed customization for the sysadmin.
It seems to be increasing the feature upside it has over its most direct competition, slowly, but surely. The API is also more straightforward in design over its direct competition.
IR Collaborate logo
4.6
13

Unified Communications and Collaboration monitoring

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.5
    Ease of use
    4.1
    Features
    4.3
    Customer support
    4.5
Pros and Cons from IR Collaborate users   
+7
Excellent - good product - reliable and excellent support from Tech and commercial IR leads wehen issues encountered.
I do not have anything that I would consider bad about this product.
Overall, we have been very happy to have IR Collaborate. The biggest win has been the ability to easily troubleshoot issues related to QOS issues.
On thick client there is no option to undo if you accidently delete any config file until unless you have a back of that file.
I like the customization when it comes to the displays. At a glance, I can see everything that is important to me with regard to my environment.
There are several bugs and gotchas we have encountered and there are some limitations that are disappointing.
It does this really well. The tools to troubleshoot quality issues are extremely helpful in identifying specifically where issues are happening.
Regarding my experience with Alarming solution for events, only missing part is to combine multiple alarms into 1 only alarms.
I like the ability to configure alerts as well as troubleshoot the reported issues.
It has been an essential part of our ability to quickly represent the facts in troubleshooting situations.
Excellent - good product - reliable and excellent support from Tech and commercial IR leads wehen issues encountered.
I do not have anything that I would consider bad about this product.
Overall, we have been very happy to have IR Collaborate. The biggest win has been the ability to easily troubleshoot issues related to QOS issues.
On thick client there is no option to undo if you accidently delete any config file until unless you have a back of that file.
I like the customization when it comes to the displays. At a glance, I can see everything that is important to me with regard to my environment.
There are several bugs and gotchas we have encountered and there are some limitations that are disappointing.
It does this really well. The tools to troubleshoot quality issues are extremely helpful in identifying specifically where issues are happening.
Regarding my experience with Alarming solution for events, only missing part is to combine multiple alarms into 1 only alarms.
I like the ability to configure alerts as well as troubleshoot the reported issues.
It has been an essential part of our ability to quickly represent the facts in troubleshooting situations.
Excellent - good product - reliable and excellent support from Tech and commercial IR leads wehen issues encountered.
I do not have anything that I would consider bad about this product.
Overall, we have been very happy to have IR Collaborate. The biggest win has been the ability to easily troubleshoot issues related to QOS issues.
On thick client there is no option to undo if you accidently delete any config file until unless you have a back of that file.
I like the customization when it comes to the displays. At a glance, I can see everything that is important to me with regard to my environment.
There are several bugs and gotchas we have encountered and there are some limitations that are disappointing.
It does this really well. The tools to troubleshoot quality issues are extremely helpful in identifying specifically where issues are happening.
Regarding my experience with Alarming solution for events, only missing part is to combine multiple alarms into 1 only alarms.
I like the ability to configure alerts as well as troubleshoot the reported issues.
It has been an essential part of our ability to quickly represent the facts in troubleshooting situations.
NetVizura NetFlow Analyzer logo
4.7
11

Bandwidth monitoring and troubleshooting software

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Reviews Sentiment
Positive Reviews
Rating Breakdown
    Value for money
    4.8
    Ease of use
    4.8
    Features
    4.5
    Customer support
    4.8
Pros and Cons from NetVizura NetFlow Analyzer users   
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+7
Superb way to identify the traffic of network quickly.
The only complain I have about this software is that it should enhance processing capacity and must have enough memory to be installed on a server.
It enables the users to have a great look on various services and applications that are crossing the network that involves the behavior and consumption of band width.
After experiencing saturation of our mail server, we started looking into our NetFlow data to identify addresses that made traffic with our mail server and who were coming from suspicious countries.
Logical layout / GUI design. Software performance was great and ran well.
Since most attacks on our network are distributed (DDoS), we are focused on revealing targets and block unwanted traffic with our internal mechanisms.
Furthermore it helps in gathering or compiling data from several different network device manufacturers. One can have this software easily as it is of reasonable price.
Based on this information, we were able block this IP addresses with our access lists.
Practically, feedback we receive from NetVizura helps us analyze facts on the ground and decide how to prioritize more important over less important traffic.
Extremely useful software for IPv4 and IPv6 network traffic analyses.
Superb way to identify the traffic of network quickly.
The only complain I have about this software is that it should enhance processing capacity and must have enough memory to be installed on a server.
It enables the users to have a great look on various services and applications that are crossing the network that involves the behavior and consumption of band width.
After experiencing saturation of our mail server, we started looking into our NetFlow data to identify addresses that made traffic with our mail server and who were coming from suspicious countries.
Logical layout / GUI design. Software performance was great and ran well.
Since most attacks on our network are distributed (DDoS), we are focused on revealing targets and block unwanted traffic with our internal mechanisms.
Furthermore it helps in gathering or compiling data from several different network device manufacturers. One can have this software easily as it is of reasonable price.
Based on this information, we were able block this IP addresses with our access lists.
Practically, feedback we receive from NetVizura helps us analyze facts on the ground and decide how to prioritize more important over less important traffic.
Extremely useful software for IPv4 and IPv6 network traffic analyses.
Superb way to identify the traffic of network quickly.
The only complain I have about this software is that it should enhance processing capacity and must have enough memory to be installed on a server.
It enables the users to have a great look on various services and applications that are crossing the network that involves the behavior and consumption of band width.
After experiencing saturation of our mail server, we started looking into our NetFlow data to identify addresses that made traffic with our mail server and who were coming from suspicious countries.
Logical layout / GUI design. Software performance was great and ran well.
Since most attacks on our network are distributed (DDoS), we are focused on revealing targets and block unwanted traffic with our internal mechanisms.
Furthermore it helps in gathering or compiling data from several different network dev