"Systems Manager has a feature where it analyzes the logs and gives us a performance overview in the form of a graph. We know when it's taking up more resources and when there are spikes, so we can predict the usability."
"It works well if you have a Microsoft environment."
"Microsoft Endpoint Manager is not expensive overall, especially for small environments."
"We formerly used third-party products to analyze the log, give us information, and find bottlenecks. Systems Manager could provide more tools that conduct this analysis, so we don't have to do it ourselves."
"An issue we have run into with Microsoft Endpoint Manager is that we cannot patch third-party products like Adobe and Chrome with it."
"The solution requires Mac support."
AWS Systems Manager is a management service that helps you automatically collect software inventory, apply OS patches, create system images, and configure Windows and Linux operating systems. These capabilities help you define and track system configurations, prevent drift, and maintain software compliance of your EC2 and on-premises configurations. By providing a management approach that is designed for the scale and agility of the cloud but extends into your on-premises data center, Systems Manager makes it easier for you to seamlessly bridge your existing infrastructure with AWS.
Systems Manager is easy to use. Simply access Systems Manager from the EC2 Management Console, select the instances you want to manage, and define the management tasks you want to perform. Systems Manager is available now at no cost to manage both your EC2 and on-premises resources.
Microsoft Endpoint Manager helps deliver the modern workplace and modern management to keep your data secure, in the cloud and on-premises. Endpoint Manager includes the services and tools you use to manage and monitor mobile devices, desktop computers, virtual machines, embedded devices, and servers.
AWS Systems Manager is ranked 12th in Configuration Management with 1 review while Microsoft Endpoint Manager is ranked 17th in Configuration Management with 2 reviews. AWS Systems Manager is rated 8.0, while Microsoft Endpoint Manager is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of AWS Systems Manager writes "Root cause analysis helps us find source of unexpected spikes". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Microsoft Endpoint Manager writes "Integrates well with other enterprise systems, is perfect for a Microsoft environment, and allows for increased usage". AWS Systems Manager is most compared with AWS OpsWorks, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager, Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, Red Hat Satellite and Quest KACE Systems Management, whereas Microsoft Endpoint Manager is most compared with Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager, Microsoft Intune, Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, Jamf Pro and ManageEngine Desktop Central.
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