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We performed a comparison between DataGravity and Trend Micro Deep Security based on real PeerSpot user reviews.

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  • "On an AWS defined scope, it will cheaper than buying the on-premise service. We did a trial for the on-premise version, but we decided to go with the AWS version. We are downsizing our server room, and it didn't make sense to put more machines in there."
  • "Purchasing on the AWS Marketplace was easy. We decided to purchase this solution on the AWS Marketplace since we were already there."
  • "The pricing is fair."
  • "Our company chose to procure this product via AWS Marketplace due to regulatory requirements. We mostly use it in the AWS GovCloud."
  • "Purchasing on the AWS Marketplace is like shopping on Amazon Prime."
  • "We do pay-as-you-go pricing, which is good for us. We are working with Trend Micro's sales rep to see if we can have something similar for on-premise."
  • "We have saved a 50% ROI for the on-premise product. It gave us significant improvement overall in productivity, costs, and efficiency."
  • "We did not purchase it through the AWS Marketplace because we have used Trend Micro in the past."
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    Overview

    DataGravity for Virtualization (DGfV) was designed to secure and protect data in virtual machine environments by seamlessly integrating data security, search and discovery, and data protection into a turnkey software appliance. It has a 360° view of data, making it easy to understand its composition and easily to identify data that hasn't been accessed within company's retention policy to find files that could be archived or deleted. It performs keyword searches across all unstructured file content and refine those results by a range of file and system attributes to find lost files, identify key contributors, and unlock the value hidden in your data as it monitors user interactions with the data stored within a VM and triggers data protection points when anomalous user behavior is detected.

    Trend Micro Deep Security is a comprehensive solution for endpoint security and server protection, which prevents ransomware attacks and unauthorized access attempts. Its valuable features include tracing back attacks, antivirus protection, endpoint detection and response, firewall-based solution, threat detection, predictive machine learning and AI monitoring, VPM, virtualization, and sandboxing. 

    The solution is easy to use, scalable, stable, and reliable, with good technical support. It has helped organizations perform well against malware and vulnerabilities, provide patching from the Protection Cloud, and improve their security posture.

    Trend Micro Deep Security Features

    Trend Micro Deep Security has many valuable key features. Some of the most useful ones include:

    • Server virtualization: Trend Micro Deep Security allows you to secure your virtual environment while gaining the benefits of virtualization, such as increased efficiencies and ROI. Security that is virtualization-aware preserves productivity and allows for higher VM densities.
    • Desktop virtualization: Trend Micro Deep Security provides the best security for a wide range of virtual desktop scenarios. Its anti-malware, intrusion prevention, web application protection, firewall, and other security features are optimized for VMware VDI environments. This ensures that the virtual desktops and underlying host are not impacted by a security agent.
    • VMware NSX integration: The integration of NSX within the Trend Micro Deep Security platform improves security deployment automation while also enhancing virtual environment protection. Trend Micro Deep Security enhances the advantages of micro-segmentation by adding security policies and capabilities that follow VMs everywhere they go.
    • Virtual patching: Virtual patching solutions from Trend Micro Deep Security provide immediate security while removing the challenges of emergency patching, repeated patch cycles, and costly system downtime. Virtual patching with Trend Micro Deep Security keeps your servers and endpoints secure while lowering the risk of breach disclosure costs.
    • Cloud protection: Agentless and agent-based deployments from Trend Micro Deep Security give various cloud implementation options with cross-cloud administration. This protects your servers, applications, and data.
    • Virtualization security: Trend Micro Deep Security protects virtual desktops and servers from zero-day malware and network-based threats. This can reduce the impact of resource inefficiencies and emergency patching.
    • Cloud security: Service providers and modern data center managers can use Trend Micro Deep Security to deliver a safe multi-tenant cloud environment with security policies that can be extended to cloud workloads and managed centrally with consistent, context-aware policies.

    Reviews from Real Users

    Trend Micro Deep Security stands out among its competitors for a number of reasons. Two major ones are its robust data and loss prevention feature and its patch management, which saves users money. PeerSpot users take note of the advantages of these features in their reviews:

    One PeerSpot reviewer, a Senior Security Advisor at a healthcare company, writes, “DLP, Data Loss Prevention, and the complexity of how we manage the console and how this client, or this tool, will notify us when there is something going wrong within the server and endpoint, is good.”

    Nadeem S., CEO at Haniya Technologies, notes of the solution, “Patch management is most valuable. The major selling point of Deep Security is that it is based on the cloud. Deep Security is for the servers and databases of data centers, and generally, for patch management, you have to shut down the machines, and then you have to restart them. So, they need shutdown time, which is a cost.”

    Sample Customers
    Providence College, Trisect, Centria
    Rush University Medical Center, Guess? Inc., Mazda Motor Logistics Europe, MEDHOST, KSC Commercial Internet Co., Ricoh Company Ltd., Square Enix, SoftBank Telecom, Telecom Italia, United Way of Greater Atlanta, A&W Food Services of Canada
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    Financial Services Firm17%
    Healthcare Company15%
    Computer Software Company15%
    Comms Service Provider13%
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    Educational Organization33%
    Computer Software Company12%
    Financial Services Firm7%
    Government6%
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    Small Business34%
    Midsize Enterprise22%
    Large Enterprise44%
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    Midsize Enterprise43%
    Large Enterprise41%
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    DataGravity is ranked 6th in Virtualization Security while Trend Micro Deep Security is ranked 1st in Virtualization Security with 81 reviews. DataGravity is rated 0.0, while Trend Micro Deep Security is rated 8.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Trend Micro Deep Security writes "High availability, effective VPM, and responsive support". DataGravity is most compared with , whereas Trend Micro Deep Security is most compared with Trend Vision One Endpoint Security, CrowdStrike Falcon, Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, Symantec Endpoint Security and Trellix Endpoint Security.

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