10xBluejay vs Splunk On-Call comparison

 

Comparison Buyer's Guide

Executive Summary
 

Categories and Ranking

10xBluejay
Ranking in IT Alerting and Incident Management
31st
Average Rating
0.0
Number of Reviews
0
Ranking in other categories
No ranking in other categories
Splunk On-Call
Ranking in IT Alerting and Incident Management
8th
Average Rating
8.6
Number of Reviews
10
Ranking in other categories
No ranking in other categories
 

Featured Reviews

Use 10xBluejay?
Share your opinion
Wojtek Witowski - PeerSpot reviewer
Jan 30, 2023
Allows us to create flexible schedules for on-call rotations
For alerts, we could choose to get a text message, app notification, or a phone call. The phone calls were very unusable, because it just read a bunch of numbers, like an ID of the alert. If there was a way to customize the phone call message, that would be great. Later, we would try to read the message, but it wasn't great at reading that. They had some sort of internal chat functionality where if we got an alert, we could write to somebody else and ask them for help, but that was super cumbersome. There could be improvements with communicating an incident or alert. Imagine you call the help desk and you say that your computer is broken and then they say, "Actually, the internet is broken, so let us forward your alerts to the network people." And the network people say, "Actually, the electricity is the problem, so let us forward it to the electricity people." Basically, you could send the alert between the support teams inside the company.

Quotes from Members

We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
 

Pricing and Cost Advice

Information not available
"The price of the solution could be less expensive."
report
Use our free recommendation engine to learn which IT Alerting and Incident Management solutions are best for your needs.
792,031 professionals have used our research since 2012.
 

Top Industries

By visitors reading reviews
No data available
Computer Software Company
26%
Financial Services Firm
12%
Manufacturing Company
10%
Government
6%
 

Company Size

By reviewers
Large Enterprise
Midsize Enterprise
Small Business
No data available
 

Questions from the Community

Ask a question
Earn 20 points
What do you like most about VictorOps?
The flexible schedule is the most valuable feature. It was very easy to set out a rotation.
What needs improvement with VictorOps?
For alerts, we could choose to get a text message, app notification, or a phone call. The phone calls were very unusable, because it just read a bunch of numbers, like an ID of the alert. If there ...
What is your primary use case for VictorOps?
We used it for on-call rotations. We used it to send alerts for monitoring. We also used it for escalation, so when we actually had an issue, it would find out who to call and call that person. It'...
 

Comparisons

No data available
 

Also Known As

No data available
VictorOps
 

Learn More

 

Overview

 

Sample Customers

1. Airbnb 2. Amazon 3. Apple 4. ATT 5. Bank of America 6. Berkshire Hathaway 7. Cisco Systems 8. CocaCola 9. Dell Technologies 10. Disney 11. eBay 12. Exxon Mobil 13. FedEx 14. Ford Motor Company 15. Google 16. Goldman Sachs 17. Home Depot 18. IBM 19. Intel 20. JPMorgan Chase 21. Kraft Heinz 22. McDonalds 23. Merck 24. Microsoft 25. Nike 26. Oracle 27. PepsiCo 28.Procter Gamble 29. Salesforce 30. Samsung 31. Visa 32. Walmart 33. WeWork
NVIDIA, Cisco, NBC, Rackspace, Intuit, DirectTV, NASCAR, Arrow Electronics, Alliance Health, NetApp, Edmunds, New York Times, Return Path, Sony Playstation, CA Technologies, Sphero, Symantic, HBO, Weatherford, Blackboard, Epic Games
Find out what your peers are saying about PagerDuty, Atlassian, Splunk and others in IT Alerting and Incident Management. Updated: July 2024.
792,031 professionals have used our research since 2012.