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VMware Aria Operations for ...
Ranking in Application Performance Monitoring (APM) and Observability
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IT Infrastructure Monitoring (36th), Container Monitoring (9th), Cloud Monitoring Software (29th)

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Mar 16, 2023
Useful technology with helpful support but it's hard to set up Tanzu clusters
I primarily use the solution for consulting. I help company DevOps teams.  The companies are already using VMware technologies and Tanzu helps them be compatible with other technologies.  The company is able to use native Kubernetes. It can support open-source technologies. If you have trouble…

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"Different locations require different setups. In your terms, around 300 to around 400K USD."
"I would rate the pricing as three out of five."
"The licensing costs are very high, particularly when you consider that we have to purchase a level 1 license for every integration, such as the load balancer, HAProxy, and the MSSP. And if you want to use vSAN, that's another license. Then, of course, Tanzu Observability has its own separate license."
"I don't have the details. In our case, there is a mixture in place. We have production usage, and we are also doing training for VMware. So, we also have a training instance. It is worth the money you would spend on it. That's because if you were to build all of this yourself by using some of the open source tools, then you would need a lot of time."
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What do you like most about VMware Tanzu Observability by Wavefront?
VMware comes with a support team, and if you have trouble, you can easily create a ticket, and VMware will help you. Therefore, the best aspect is the support.
What needs improvement with VMware Tanzu Observability by Wavefront?
It's hard to set up Tanzu clusters. It's hard to do a POC. Once you set up a customer's environment, you easily see the problems. The initial setup should be easier and more seamless.

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