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VMware vRealize Operations (vROps) vs. Veeam ONE
May 2022
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"The solution is quite stable.""As a manager, I find Veeam One's reporting service to be very helpful.""The solution is simple to use.""I have found the most valuable feature to be the configuration and ease of use.""The feature that we have found most valuable is its traffic plan. The traffic plan is very good.""The solution is stable.""The product is very straightforward and very easy to use from the client-side.""Setting up Veeam is easy, and it's portable, too."

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"VM rightsizing is another very good feature and capacity planning is something else that I like about it.""For me, the most valuable feature of vROps is its reporting. We use the reports to send information to certain groups within our company to help forecast the use of resources.""I think vROps is scalable and suitable for our environment.""It is efficient and easy to manage. We can find what we need from the software's interface.""The dashboards and the interface are very easy to understand, very lively, and very dynamic.""I have found the reporting tool, capacity planning, and reports for performance monitoring the most valuable features.""One of the most attractive features in vROps is collecting information, logs, and events and, after that, providing proactive predictions about usage of resources. vROps also offers recommendations. For example, in the next two months we might face problems with CPU usage. vROps predicted and forecasted these issues in advance. That's a very useful feature.""The most valuable feature is that everything is integrated for monitoring, performance, and troubleshooting."

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"They need to support more platforms.""There is a lot of information, so maybe the dashboards could consolidate it.""It's not that easy to use from the management side.""The support, reporting part and customization should all be improved.""Veeam ONE could be improved if it had a better data recovery feature.""I've never considered what improvements Veeam needs, and I haven't asked our customers if there is any room for improvement. As the manager, I only see the reports.""The solution could improve by allowing the ability to do monitoring and traffic aggregation in the whole virtual network environment.""Sometimes, it's a little difficult for me to use its user interface. Its scope is very big with a lot of tuning, settings, and so on. If it's difficult for me, it must also be difficult for our customers."

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"Technical support is normally good but there is sometimes a delay in their response.""There is room for improvement when it comes to the integration with Active Directory. Sometimes I need to log in to the application using my Active Directory account, instead of using the regular admin for vRealize Operations. If I want to deploy this tool to more users, I need that.""The what-if analysis section is not very advanced and there is a lot of room for improvement.""The solution could improve by having more APIs, customized alerts, and documentation.""It wasn't exactly proactive. It was supposed to, but there were a lot of delays. It could also be because of our infrastructure and the way our network was set up. If vROps could be more proactive, that would be nice. It is nice to have the information beforehand, but when there is downtime, it takes a lot of time for us to be able to see an issue in real-time, which becomes a bit challenging. If there is a way to improve the data collection for the whole vCenter that would be nice because data collection takes a lot of time.""I want vROps to have wider compatibility with older hardware. In this country, many companies have older hardware, so sometimes we can't support all the newest features.""If the cost of the license could be cheaper, it would be good.""VMware could improve the way VROps forwards critical alerts to Microsoft Teams."

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  • "For what it does, the price is acceptable."
  • "If you have Veeam Backup and Replication with the essential license then this solution is free. If you were to purchase Veeam ONE by itself it is priced cheaper than competitors."
  • "The licenses are code-based or server-based for Veeam ONE. The last version is 12, and it is host-based, I don't like to move to a code-based solution."
  • "Veeam has been raising its prices in the last two years, so it's now lacking some competitiveness in pricing."
  • "I have not used the resale license in our testing environments. Sometimes, our customers used the trial license for 30 days and so on."
  • "I don't pay for the solution, so I can't comment on the cost."
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  • "The solution has a huge cost. If we could just have one license covering everything that vROps can do, that would be great. I would prefer it this way."
  • "The pricing is a little bit expensive. Licensing is an issue because there are always changes, and by that I mean cost increases. And that's not only for vROps but for VMware, vSphere, and all the products that are involved."
  • "Every VMware product is a licensing challenge. It's always costly. It's based on processors. From a technical side, the product is very good. The challenging part is always the licensing. They should have some kind of alternate pricing models."
  • "vROps is a bit expensive and that's a reason that small clients say, 'No, I don't think we need this.' From a pricing perspective, it is quite steep. But 'expensive' is relative, depending on what you need. Others might say, 'It is expensive, but I think we can use it to better our environment.'"
  • "When we last did a comparison of solutions, the pricing was equal or similar."
  • "Five or six years ago, when we took it, it was a very good option. Now, I think I have to reevaluate, to be honest."
  • "This is an enterprise-level product and everything is included in the VMware Suite license."
  • "The licensing is not clear at the moment if the on-premises pricing is the same as on the cloud. I am checking on the pricing. However, you can save a lot of money with the cloud solution because you need to spend time installing, upgrading, and connecting with the on-premises solution. Also, you don't need to spend time scheduling the maintenance and maintaining the solution when using the cloud version."
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    Questions from the Community
    Top Answer:I think Veeam ONE should be included in the base product instead of as an add-on because customers tend to look for simple solutions that are integrated. In the next solution, I would like Veeam to… more »
    Top Answer:The main use of Veeam ONE is to provide additional information on the backup environment, especially since the reporting in Veeam's base product doesn't give much information. Veeam ONE can add… more »
    Top Answer:Veaam ONE is a very good product in virtualized environments.
    Top Answer:vROP is a virtualization management solution from VMWare. It is efficient and easy to manage. You can find anything you need from the software interface. It provides complete visibility over… more »
    Top Answer:The scalability options are quite good with VMware vRealize Operations (vROps), and all of the features are useful and relevant to us.
    Top Answer:The license is a one time cost, and you pay for support on a yearly basis. It is a bit expensive, but if you consider the product support and its reliability, it's justifiable.
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    Also Known As
    vCenter Operations Manager, VCOPS, vRealize Operations
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    Veeam® ONE™ is a powerful monitoring, reporting and capacity planning tool for the management of the Veeam backup infrastructure and VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V virtual environments. It helps enable Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™ by providing complete visibility of the IT environment to detect issues before they have operational impact.

    VMware VRealize Operations (vROps) is a trusted, proven software solution that comes as a virtual device created to assist IT managers and administrators with the necessary tools to properly manage operational processes across virtual, physical, hybrid cloud, and multi-cloud environments. vROps can be easily deployed via your management cluster, or, depending on your unique ecosystem, it can be installed in several different customizable ways - whichever works best for your organizational environment.

    vROps is effective in vSpere, Amazon Web Service (AWS), and Hyper-V. vROps is an amalgamated operations product that provides constant workflow execution while maintaining the highest levels of productivity and profitability. vROps will gather data from your ecosystem and will alert you to any issues, make repair recommendations, initiate pre-set protocol policies, and will accelerate operational efficiency and productivity.

    VROps allows users to fully customize dashboards based on organizational needs. The dashboards are intuitive, informational, and give users a very precise visualization of what is happening in the virtualized environment. The Troubleshooting Workbench provides even greater insight and is very helpful in monitoring vSAN. vROps also offers a Forecast Feature that can be used to minimize potential issues and reduce the threat of downtime due to overused resources. VROps is designed to ensure that organizations can manage resources better and improve the overall performance of data center workflows.

    vROps Benefits

    • Transparency: A single pane view of your complete infrastructure and applications in real time.

    • Protocol fulfillment: Pre-set policies and protocols are consistently maintained for complete compliance at all times.

    • Automation: Dynamic remediation and recognition of potential performance, architectural and capacity issues.

    • Seamless Integration: vROps works well with most popular third-party management solutions, such as Windows, SAP, and many more.

    vROps Features

    • Intuitive: Automated learning processes, diagnostic analysis, Smart Alerts concerning system application, and infrastructure robustness to trigger advanced pinpointing and adjustment of potential performance, load, and configuration concerns.

    • Flexible customization: vROps can be used out-of-box or can be fully customizable to pre-set policies and protocols that suit any business’s organizational needs.

    • Comprehensive administration: vROps’s flexible and scalable platform makes it easy to manage every process, including applications, storage, and all devices on your network.

    • Improved ROI: Using vROps will facilitate the removal of unnecessary devices and VMs and will ensure that resources are used more efficiently, resulting in improved expense management and overall cost-effectiveness.

    Reviews from Real Users

    Saddam Z. a Senior System Engineer at a tech services company, says, "The performance for monitoring the VM is very good. Additionally, the solution is flexible."

    Hari N. a SAP Security Consultant at Tata Consultancy Services, relates, “It enabled us to be more proactive in anticipating and solving problems. We could know beforehand about the machines that might be at risk for high utilization.”

    Ammar R., Principal Consultant at a tech services company, says, "I have found the reporting tool, capacity planning, and reports for performance monitoring the most valuable features."

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    Sample Customers
    Business & Legal Resources Inc., Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities, Alliance Healthcare, Poulin Grain Inc., Linear Technology, Northwestern University, ARKEMA, Sogegross, City of Lynchburg
    Science Applications International Corporation, Tribune Media, Heartland Payment Systems, Telkom Indonesia, Columbia Sportswear, iGATE, CSS Corp, Angel Broking, Adira Finance, Hipskind, Beiersdorf Shared Services, Innovate Mas Indonesia, Adobe, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi , Join Experience S.A, Borusan Holdings, Department of Transport - Abu Dhabi
    Top Industries
    Manufacturing Company14%
    Computer Software Company14%
    Energy/Utilities Company10%
    Financial Services Firm10%
    Comms Service Provider24%
    Computer Software Company22%
    Financial Services Firm5%
    Healthcare Company18%
    Financial Services Firm14%
    Comms Service Provider8%
    Energy/Utilities Company8%
    Computer Software Company26%
    Comms Service Provider18%
    Financial Services Firm10%
    Company Size
    Small Business41%
    Midsize Enterprise19%
    Large Enterprise41%
    Small Business34%
    Midsize Enterprise16%
    Large Enterprise49%
    Small Business13%
    Midsize Enterprise16%
    Large Enterprise71%
    Small Business16%
    Midsize Enterprise14%
    Large Enterprise70%
    Buyer's Guide
    VMware vRealize Operations (vROps) vs. Veeam ONE
    May 2022
    Find out what your peers are saying about VMware vRealize Operations (vROps) vs. Veeam ONE and other solutions. Updated: May 2022.
    610,045 professionals have used our research since 2012.

    Veeam ONE is ranked 5th in Virtualization Management Tools with 17 reviews while VMware vRealize Operations (vROps) is ranked 1st in Virtualization Management Tools with 34 reviews. Veeam ONE is rated 8.2, while VMware vRealize Operations (vROps) is rated 8.4. The top reviewer of Veeam ONE writes "Flexible, easy to use with a great storage gateway feature". On the other hand, the top reviewer of VMware vRealize Operations (vROps) writes "Easy to use, stable, and support is always available". Veeam ONE is most compared with VMware vSphere, Turbonomic, Dell OpenManage Integration for VMware vCenter, SolarWinds Virtualization Manager and Hornetsecurity Altaro VM Backup, whereas VMware vRealize Operations (vROps) is most compared with VMware vRealize Automation (vRA), Turbonomic, VMware vSphere, vCenter Orchestrator and Nutanix Cloud Manager Intelligent Operations . See our VMware vRealize Operations (vROps) vs. Veeam ONE report.

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