We performed a comparison between Glassbeam and Veritas NetBackup IT Analytics based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out what your peers are saying about Splunk, New Relic, Devo and others in IT Operations Analytics.
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Glassbeam Big Data Platform and applications helps your support teams troubleshoot faster, allows your engineering teams to build better
products and provides up-sell visibility for sales teams to increase revenues.
Our proprietary end-to-end solutions for IoT Analytics are powered by our patent-pending semiotic parsing language (SPL) and SCALAR hyper scale platform. Our platform enables our clients to ingest, parse and analyze complex machine data logs of usage, performance, configuration, and settings information. It can handle all types of machine log data, regardless of variety (structured, unstructured or semi-structured), velocity (streaming and batch uploads), and volume (retention over 3-4 years or more).
NetBackup IT Analytics delivers unified backup and storage insights for heterogeneous IT environments across on-prem and cloud services. Gain actionable insights through a single-pane of glass for enterprise data wherever it resides.
Glassbeam is ranked 27th in IT Operations Analytics while Veritas NetBackup IT Analytics is ranked 13th in IT Operations Analytics with 1 review. Glassbeam is rated 0.0, while Veritas NetBackup IT Analytics is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Veritas NetBackup IT Analytics writes "A highly scalable and affordable product that provides insights into an organization’s infrastructure". Glassbeam is most compared with , whereas Veritas NetBackup IT Analytics is most compared with Splunk Enterprise Security and New Relic.
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