SolarWinds NPM vs runZero comparison

 

Categories and Ranking

runZero
Average Rating
0.0
Number of Reviews
0
Ranking in other categories
Cyber Asset Attack Surface Management (CAASM) (8th)
SolarWinds NPM
Average Rating
8.2
Number of Reviews
150
Ranking in other categories
Network Monitoring Software (4th), IT Infrastructure Monitoring (4th), Cloud Monitoring Software (6th)
 

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NS
Sep 5, 2023
A scalable tool for interface monitoring that can easily integrate with multiple tools
The dashboard of the solution is an area with certain shortcomings that need improvement. Having all the features and parameters under a single tab in the solution would be good. For knowledge-related purposes, SolarWinds needs to consider adding documentation to its portal to provide users with the upgrade command if they want to upgrade the solution and how to carry out the onboarding procedure. I would like to see real-time visualization and monitoring, especially when attempting to connect globally where one router is in the USA and the other is in the UK. With real-time visualization, all the interfaces can be made visible properly, while the users also get more visibility and their network. If an interface goes down, then one can monitor the interface directly with the help of the dashboard provided in the solution.

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"The licensing is based on the number of nodes, interfaces, and volumes."
"We have a multi-year license for the use of this solution. There are additional costs for recourses in the environment."
"It is too expensive."
"SolarWinds NPM has different pricing models available. The cost of the solution is less than some competitors."
"I’d suggest that people be aware that licensing has tiers."
"Licenses depend on the number of devices, but all license levels come with technical support."
"There's standard licensing, and then it depends on the size of the customer."
"The NPM component of the system costs approximately $1,000 USD per year."
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Comparison Review

it_user174738 - PeerSpot reviewer
May 31, 2015
Nagios vs. Zabbix vs. PRTG vs. Spiceworks vs. Solarwinds Network Performance Monitor
I have researched a quite a few network monitoring tools which can be used for various monitoring purposes of not only the servers, but the intermediate routers as well. There are majorly three types of these softwares. Ones which are completely open-source, you can do almost anything you want…
 

Top Industries

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Computer Software Company
11%
Government
10%
Financial Services Firm
10%
University
8%
Educational Organization
53%
Computer Software Company
7%
Manufacturing Company
5%
Government
5%
 

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What is the best network monitoring software for large enterprises?
It actually depends on the exact purpose or kind of devices (network devices, servers, something else). Some tools are better for only network devices while others are better for a cloud monitoring...
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We are partners with SolarWinds and we sell a lot of Network management to large enterprises also because of scalability, products like Network Performance Monitor & Netflow Traffic Analyzer ar...
 

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Solarwinds Network Performance Monitor, SolarWinds Network Bandwidth Analyzer
 

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Ernest & Young, Sally Beauty, Washington Regional, Zayo, Carnegie Mellon University, GitHub, Sage AI Labs, Recorded Future, GreyNoise Intelligence, National World War II Museum, Coalition, Inc.
Microsoft, Federal Express, Hewlett-Packard, and MasterCard