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DATPROF is #2 ranked solution in top Test Data Management tools and top Data Masking tools. PeerSpot users give DATPROF an average rating of 8.6 out of 10. DATPROF is most commonly compared to Delphix: DATPROF vs Delphix. DATPROF is popular among the large enterprise segment, accounting for 74% of users researching this solution on PeerSpot. The top industry researching this solution are professionals from a financial services firm, accounting for 21% of all views.
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What is DATPROF?

At DATPROF we see and understand the struggle and challenge of software development teams with test data. These data issues have different appearances. It can be in finding or understanding your test data: which set of data should be used to cover your test cases properly? Or it can be getting in control of your test data: do you also have a “test data ghost” - sometimes your test data is there and a second later in can be gone. Or it can be about the challenge of getting compliant without losing the representativeness of data in your development stages. And then there are things called data or databases. Software development teams need to work with test data, but they generally don’t spend too much time on databases or data content in flat formats. Software teams rather spend time in delivering beautiful new code or validating the quality of the software code, as you should. That’s what you love, and that “database thing”, well that’s a need-to-have.

We envision to solve this issue. We want to make sure your life is once again centred upon delivering or validating software code and quality. We take care that test data is easy accessible and readily available, so you can take care of software quality.

We improve and innovate our test data software with the latest technologies every single day to support medium to large size organizations to ensure an even better fit with our DATPROF products. The DATPROF test data management suite is module based, so it enables you to select and deploy the modules that fits your needs in your digital transformation stage.

DATPROF delivers products for:

  • Obfuscating, generating or masking databases and flat files;
  • Extracting or filtering specific data content with our patented subset algorithm;
  • Discovering, profiling and analysing solutions for understanding your test data,
  • Automating, integrating and orchestrating test data provisioning into your CI/CD pipelines and
  • Delivering a portal where test data can be refreshed within a few mouse clicks.

For more information visit: www.datprof.com

DATPROF was previously known as DATPROF Privacy, DATPROF Test Data Management.

DATPROF Customers

APG, UWV, VGZ, DUO, Admiral Group, Heineken, Region Stockholm, Green Shield Canada, BestPass, CalPERS, Birmingham City Council, Nest Pensions

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Manoranjan Mishra - PeerSpot reviewer
Product Owner at heineken
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Top 5Leaderboard
Eliminated compliance issues for non-SAP applications, and gives us real, comprehensive data masking
Pros and Cons
  • "We have some customers who are in both SAP and non-SAP. When we do scrambling for different applications, it is extremely important that DATPROF and the SAP applications talk to each other and synchronize. Otherwise... [an] identity [can be] lost, from a name perspective."
  • "I feel that we have to do a lot of reworking of the template implementations... Maybe it is a limitation, but as a customer, it feels like we need to start from scratch every time. It would help if we could reuse at least some of what we have already done."

What is our primary use case?

We are protecting our personal and sensitive information, while we provide test data to our customers for their business-as-usual and project testing.

How has it helped my organization?

One of the ways DATPROF has added value is that three years ago, before we had the solution, when an audit was done for non-SAP applications, there were always red flags. We, as a company, were not able to protect the data. The demand for doing so was there, but in big organizations you need the willingness as well. Once we found  DATPROF, the red flag issue was eliminated. Audit-wise, we are now compliant.

And our customers are also happy because when they do any kind of project, it's not only about internal users because the systems are being exposed to multiple external people. That is where we are now able to protect our data.

For non-SAP, before we had DATPROF, we used a couple of workarounds. For example, we would write an SQL query to change a phone number from A to B, but for all phone numbers. If we had 40,000 customers and 40,000 phone numbers and wanted to mask the phone numbers, we would write a query to change all the phone numbers to 123-456-7890. But that's not scrambling, that's just a mass change, and it was manual work. Now, the results we get do not look like masking because it's real masking.

What is most valuable?

The data scrambling, the masking, is the most valuable feature. That is how we protect our personal and sensitive information. That is very important for Heineken, given that we work in global scenarios with a lot of personal information and business-sensitive information. This feature is particularly helpful.

It is a very intelligent solution when it comes to identifying the dependencies and connections and it is easily scalable.

It allows a type of self-service where we are not dependent on the supplier to do the work. Our team members can do things themselves.

It is also extremely important that DATPROF's masking for non-SAP databases also integrates with SAP TDM, out-of-the-box. We have operations in more than 100 countries and a majority of those operations use SAP applications. But some of our very important regions, such as the Americas and Asia-Pacific, are using Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Oracle as their core ERPs. That means we have some customers who are in both SAP and non-SAP. When we do scrambling for different applications, it is extremely important that DATPROF and the SAP applications talk to each other and synchronize.

Otherwise, for example, if the name Mano is changed to Frank in an SAP system, but the same Mano is changed to Albert in a non-SAP system, that means Mano has two names in two different systems. That means that identity is lost, from a name perspective.

It is also quite efficient, as we are doing data refreshes regularly.

What needs improvement?

I feel that we have to do a lot of reworking of the template implementations. We implemented two applications and have been using them for the last three years, but now we are adding two more. There is less reusability because we have to start from scratch. Maybe it is a limitation, but as a customer, it feels like we need to start from scratch every time. It would help if we could reuse at least some of what we have already done.

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For how long have I used the solution?

I've been using DATPROF for three years.

What do I think about the stability of the solution?

The solution is stable. We have not seen any outage situation or any problems.

What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

It's easily scalable. If we could reuse a couple of things, it would be even better.

Currently, the solution is live in two ERPs: Oracle and Microsoft Dynamics NAV, and we are covering about 25 countries. We are also now deploying it in two master data platforms: Mendix and TIBCO.

We will increase our usage of the solution. We are just at the start. We have not even done 10 percent of our applications.

How are customer service and support?

After three years, the consultant who initially implemented our solution is still there. That is great for us because our team is well coordinated with that person. It's like he's a part of our team. 

And we have a good agreement regarding support. SOWs are defined and we always get timely support. Our engagement model is really easy. We have a good agreement with DATPROF regarding the maintenance model. There are two types of maintenance. One is the maintenance of the solution, such as if the solution is not working or an upgrade is needed. The other is our "business-as-usual" maintenance. We run a lot of refresh projects and we use DATPROF services to ensure that all the templates are good and that the connection is good. That way, during project execution, we don't have any problems. We also have standby support.

I have no complaints about support.

How would you rate customer service and support?

Positive

Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

For non-SAP, we did not have a previous solution. We went with DATPROF because we wanted a platform that would be scalable across non-SAP technologies. While SAP can have multiple types of software, such as ERP, EWM, S/4HANA, Central Finance, SRM, the technology platform is the same. It's all the same stack. It doesn't matter what purpose you are using it for. But when it comes to non-SAP, the scope of technology is unlimited. It could be Oracle or Java or whatever.

We had so many applications and doing manual workarounds was, first of all, time-consuming. In addition, we were not sure if we had complete masking. Maybe we weren't aware of everything that needed to be scrambled or masked. That is why we wanted an intelligent tool that could identify what the customer-name-related dependencies are and do the scrambling. Finally, we wanted DATPROF because of its integration with SAP tools.

How was the initial setup?

The initial deployment was complex but that was on our side, not from their side. We were not properly organized to provide them with the right access and with decisions from our stakeholders about what needed to be scrambled. Those are the things that took time.

The moment we had decisions, the deployment was super quick. It took a week or two weeks' time. Their consultant who worked with us was really good.

There were five people involved in the implementation on our side: two guys from my team, two from business, and one from hosting. My team members are the only users of DATPROF in our company.

Our implementation strategy followed a normal Waterfall process.

What was our ROI?

Within one month of when we first deployed the solution, we had a refresh and we saw the value. The moment we did the refresh and we scrambled, the business realized that the sensitive data was no longer visible in the system.

We are not measuring DATPROF outcomes in monetary terms. We are measuring it through business value. Our return on investment is not because we saved a certain amount of money. The ROI for us is the business value and that value comes from the fact that we protect our personal and sensitive data, and we are compliant with GDPR.

What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

DATPROF is not cheap but it is also not very expensive. The pricing is good for us and it is good when looking at the market.

The licensing can be improved because it restricts the number of users. I prefer a licensing model that gives me freedom. If they want more money, it's okay if they charge me one time, but don't ask me to pay for each additional user. That is DATPROF's model and that can be improved. If I need to add a user that requires a new discussion, which is something I want to avoid.

Which other solutions did I evaluate?

We evaluated IBM InfoSphere Optim and one other.

When we did a comparison of the vendors during an initial scope, everybody came with their best features. That made it really difficult to assess what was good and what was bad. But what we saw, first of all, was that the responsiveness of DATPROF was good. 

Also, we had EPI-USE, which is a DSM for SAP solutions, and we got a recommendation from them for DATPROF as a solution that integrates with EPI-USE to do consistent scrambling. We don't know whether Optim or the other solution we looked at could have done that or not, but DATPROF's integration with EPI-USE was already a proven fact. That was an added advantage for DATPROF.

We had also used Delphix, but we stopped using it to take EPI-USE and DATPROF. We never used Delphix for non-SAP applications, but cost-wise, there was no comparison when looking at the cost of DATPROF. Delphix was super expensive. That is exactly the reason we didn't want to continue with Delphix. We saved a substantial amount by going with DATPROF. Also, I did not know until we decided to offboard Delphix that it can work for non-SAP applications. They marketed it to us for SAP only.

What other advice do I have?

In my experience, the majority of applications in big companies, like Heineken, are SAP. Up to 20 percent of their systems are non-SAP. Since DATPROF cannot work on SAP, its intelligence for integrating with SAP DSM solutions is a reason that people should prefer this solution. Maybe there are others in the market, but if somebody asks me, I would definitely recommend DATPROF.

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Prakash Palani - PeerSpot reviewer
Platform Architect - SAP at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Enables us to refresh test data frequently, and developers don't see personally identifiable data, only scrambled data
Pros and Cons
  • "The most valuable feature is that it's easy to use... We were able to quickly port a JD Edwards application into the DATPROF solution and we were able to scramble the data in that application. It's a single tool that helps us to do that across applications."
  • "They could improve the solution by expanding the APIs. If there were options to integrate it with other solutions, that would help."

What is our primary use case?

We use it for scrambling personal data. That's the most important use case that we have. We both have SAP and non-SAP applications.

How has it helped my organization?

Two or three years ago, before DATPROF, we did not have the ability to scramble or mask data in our non-SAP applications. Doing so was only a dream. Today we are confident that our customers' sensitive data is not in anybody else's hands. Production users, even developers, were usually able to see personally identifiable data in test environments because they have super-user access. But now we don't have that situation anymore. Anybody who logs in to test data only sees scrambled data. They don't see the real data.

Overall, DATPROF has simplified our test data operations, absolutely. Before we had the ability to scramble, we did not copy our production data into our test system because we didn't have any way to protect our data. Today, because we have a scrambling solution, we are able to do refreshes frequently, meaning production data comes into the test system very frequently. That makes it possible for the testers to do testing with the real production-like data. As a result, our testers are able to test efficiently and that helps us avoid production incidents.

What is most valuable?

The most valuable feature is that it's easy to use. We were using it for Microsoft Dynamics Navision and at a later point in time we had to use it for JD Edwards but we didn't have to go to any other solution. We were able to quickly port a JD Edwards application into the DATPROF solution and we were able to scramble the data in that application. It's a single tool that helps us to do that across applications.

And the masking templates are reusable. Microsoft Dynamics Navision has been implemented in at least 19 different operating companies, within our company. It goes into each of the tenants and then it runs it. Without this feature, we would be spending quite a lot of time customizing it individually at each location. The first time you set it up, it takes a lot of time. But if we have one template that can be reused, it becomes fairly simple for us to quickly adapt it.

As we speak, we are doing a scrambling setup for one of our large applications. It doesn't take much time. Once you configure it, it becomes a routine. You just press the button and it takes care of it.

There is an integration with a product called EPI-USE Labs Data Secure. To integrate these two, we have another product called Symphony, which orchestrates the data masking between SAP and non-SAP applications. SAP masks the data and then Symphony picks it up. Symphony triggers the masking in EPI-USE Labs Data Secure and it takes the masked data reference and passes it onto DATPROF. DATPROF picks up the baton and runs the scrambling using the same ruleset. I have not seen any other solution that makes it easier for scrambling between SAP and non-SAP applications. This is definitely important. Our testers would go crazy if the data in our SAP application and our non-SAP applications looked different.

What needs improvement?

They could improve the solution by expanding the APIs. If there were options to integrate it with other solutions, that would help.

For how long have I used the solution?

I've been using DATPROF for about two years.

What do I think about the stability of the solution?

The stability is perfectly fine. We run many jobs in parallel but we have not had a situation where it was hanging or not responding.

What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

We are still expanding from Microsoft Dynamics Navision to JD Edwards and we are already talking about expanding it to TIBCO. From that perspective, it is highly scalable.

How are customer service and support?

In our initial days with the solution we used technical support, especially for the integration between SAP and non-SAP. But as we speak, a refresh has just been done and the scrambling is done and we did not raise any tickets during that exercise.

We didn't experience a lot of delays whenever we called them. And they wouldn't say, "We work only on incidents." They're flexible in terms of making sure your situation is taken care of.

How would you rate customer service and support?

Positive

Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

For SAP applications we have a different product, but for non-SAP applications we didn't have anything and we were looking for a solution that could help us mask or scramble personally identifiable data. That's where DATPROF came in.

One of the reasons we went with DATPROF was the synchronized scrambling for SAP and non-SAP products. That was one of the most important features. That would help us resolve many problems.

How was the initial setup?

I was involved in the initial deployment but it was actually done by DATPROF themselves. We just provided them with guidance on how to navigate within our environment. It was quick and it was not very difficult. We did not have a lot of challenges with the initial onboarding.

It took two to three months because of the coverage we needed. It was not for one system, rather we were deploying it for a large number of operating companies, so the scope was large.

We're not spending a lot on maintaining it and we don't have a dedicated person to maintain it. We get the upgrade packages whenever they come out. Otherwise, I don't think we have raised an incident in the last six months. In terms of maintenance, it's fairly simple.

Which other solutions did I evaluate?

We looked at a few other solutions, but they were either expensive or they were not really out-of-the-box solutions.

Our company used Delphix three or four years ago, but we did not use it for scrambling. We were using it for copying data from production tools, but it was a very expensive solution. That's why we replaced it with other tools like Symphony, DATPROF, and EPI-USE Labs Data Secure. But it's not fair for me to compare them as we are not using the same features in DATPROF that we used in Delphix.

Architecturally, they are completely different. One big important difference is that Delphix works at the infrastructure layer, not really the application layer. DATPROF, on the other hand, works at the application database layer and that is an advantage because we are able to do things ourselves. With Delphix, we had to depend on our hosting provider to support us, which also cost quite a lot of money. With DATPROF, it's more of a self-service. You can do things yourself and you don't have to depend on anybody else.

Also, with Delphix, we only had one refresh, from production to acceptance, in three years. With DATPROF we are doing a refresh every six months. And the scope has increased.

DATPROF definitely saves us money compared to Delphix. From a licensing perspective, there's a huge difference.

What other advice do I have?

My advice is "go for it." 

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Erik Wiekens - PeerSpot reviewer
Business Informatie Analist at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Top 10Leaderboard
Great for reducing disk space, generates synthetic test data through functions, and great for future-proofing
Pros and Cons
  • "I am very impressed with the capabilities of the software."
  • "Although it is possible to mask flat files inside DATPROF Privacy, the current solution is solid. However, it can be improved with an improved user interface."

What is our primary use case?

We are using a standard software solution with some custom adjustments on an IBM DB2 LUW database. 

One of our main goals with Datprof's software was to reduce the required data storage by means of subsets. A test database where we previously used a production copy required 23 TB of disk space. By subsetting to a database with the (anonymized) data of 30,000 customers, the disk space has been reduced to only 130 GB. By using the tooling, we therefore only use 0.5% of the original amount of disk space.

How has it helped my organization?

The improvements we have made within our organization are very diverse; we've reduced the amount of disk space for test data to just 0.5 percent of the original amount. That means enormous cost savings.

Due to the availability of a ready-made database for testing, the lead time to set up a test environment has become much shorter.

In addition, by anonymizing we comply with the GDPR and we run less risk of the loss and/or misuse of our customers' data.

This makes us even more future-proof and frees up time to focus on other important things.

What is most valuable?

In addition to the professional collaboration with a Datprof consultant, in which necessary adjustments in the software are always smoothly implemented by Datprof, I really appreciate the user-friendly interface for subsetting and anonymization.

I am very impressed with the capabilities of the software. It is able to generate a model of the database even when our supplier did not want to release the data model. The tooling provides additional insight into how our package works.

I also think the possibility to generate synthetic test data through functions is a nice addition since the start of our collaboration.

What needs improvement?

After the first positive user experiences, we will continue to focus on the use of Datprof tooling more broadly in the organization.

Although it is possible to mask flat files inside DATPROF Privacy, the current solution is solid. However, it can be improved with an improved user interface. With such an improvement it will help to easily mask flat files as well. 

Another improvement would be if the results of the discovery solutions could be more integrated into the masking or data generation solution. The current solution offers the possibility to discover privacy-sensitive information, and, they have, of course, a solution to mask or generate the test data. It would be valuable if these solutions could be integrated.

For how long have I used the solution?

I've used the solution for 2 years.

What do I think about the stability of the solution?

The software is very stable. However, you must ensure that your database is accessible and not locked. The advice is to make a copy of your production database and use it as a source for subsetting. This prevents the data from being changed during the process and the occurrence of deadlocks.

How was the initial setup?

The initial setup is easy when you involve the people with correct database and environment knowledge.

What about the implementation team?

For a short period of time, we had a Datprof consultant on site.

What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

I'd advise users to start with a pilot in close collaboration with an experienced consultant. They can help you on your way to achieving the maximum result.

Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

On-premises
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Test Consultant at a tech company with 51-200 employees
Real User
Easy access an analysis capabilities with the ability to build self-sustainable teams
Pros and Cons
  • "The data modeling software gave additional insights for debugging in the case of circular foreign keys."
  • "Right now, we need to make process agreements with our supplier to keep our source and target database in line with the current production version. This may become an issue when (if) we reach a CI/CD level with multiple releases per day."

What is our primary use case?

Cost reduction and time-to-market targets were the starting points of our implementation.

Subsetting an anonymous, but large production database into a manageable size, thereby reduced storage costs for our test environments. 

By shrinking the database to an easily portable database, we can refresh test databases swiftly for regression testing purposes.

For our customers, it is also a way to start the transition towards a flexible cloud/container-based test environment to meet our CI/CD targets in the future.    

How has it helped my organization?

A small test database is essential for us to move forward for provisioning the development teams with dedicated test environments with test data fit for their purposes.

The database had been thus far maintained by the software supplier. The easy access and analysis options to judge the data model of the complex database gave us the freedom to maintain the test data without the help of our supplier.

Our customer's IT department has limited technological knowledge. Understanding the database was the first step in becoming self-sustainable.

What is most valuable?

The data model intelligence provided by DATPROF gave us a head start in analyzing the needed test data. With basic database knowledge, we were able to create database templates that will filter out the required test data.

The creation of these templates may also be accomplished by hiring DATPROF consultants. We choose to do it ourselves so that we would be able to maintain the knowledge afterward. 

The data modeling software gave additional insights for debugging in the case of circular foreign keys.

The privacy module has not been used by us, but we are keeping this option in mind.

What needs improvement?

The source and target data model need to be inline (by and large).

For DevOps or CICD, it would be lovely to be able to enhance the option to write the subset into an empty database, without any keys or indexes. That would simplify the implementation into our release pipeline.

Right now, we need to make process agreements with our supplier to keep our source and target database in line with the current production version. This may become an issue when (if) we reach a CI/CD level with multiple releases per day.

For how long have I used the solution?

I've been using the solution for 1 year.

Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

With other customers, we would have used SQL script to reset test data or even start with an empty database and create/load the test data through the application.

This was not an option, since the development and maintenance of the environments were not in our own hands. It was either a complete database or find our own tools to start from a production copy.

Which other solutions did I evaluate?

No, I did not.

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User at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
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Made it possible for our organization to be compliant with GDPR
Pros and Cons
  • "The most valuable feature of DATPROF Privacy for us is the possibility to mask sensitive test and development data on different kinds of databases. Furthermore, the tool comes with different useful masking functions. It is possible to mask deterministic and it is possible to add your own functions. The tool has an intuitive interface and customer support is fast and efficient."
  • "The product could be improved by adding functions to mask flat files and XML data."

What is our primary use case?

We are using DATPROF Privacy and DATPROF Runtime for masking sensitive test and development data on Oracle, SQLServer, MySQL, and Postgres databases. The main purpose for using this solution is to be compliant with GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and for protecting sensitive business information.

How has it helped my organization?

Our previous tool for masking sensitive test and development data was only able to mask Oracle databases. With DATPROF Privacy and DATPROF Runtime, we are also able to mask SQLServer, MySQL, and Postgress databases. As a result, DATPROF made it possible for our organization to be compliant with the GDPR.                                                                        

What is most valuable?

The most valuable feature of DATPROF Privacy for us is the possibility to mask sensitive test and development data on different kinds of databases. Furthermore, the tool comes with different useful masking functions. It is possible to mask deterministic and it is possible to add your own functions. The tool has an intuitive interface and customer support is fast and efficient.                                                                                                                          

What needs improvement?

The product could be improved by adding functions to mask flat files and XML data.              

For how long have I used the solution?

We have been using DATPROF Privacy for about one year now.

What do I think about the stability of the solution?

DATPROF Privacy and DATPROF Runtime are reliable tools.

How are customer service and support?

Customer service is fast and reliable. The tool is updated regularly and if possible customer requests are implemented.

Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

We switched to DATPROF because this tool made it possible to also mask SQLServer, Postgress and MySQL

How was the initial setup?

The installation and configuration are easy and straightforward.

Which other solutions did I evaluate?

We evaluated different masking tools. 

Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

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Arjan Steltenpool - PeerSpot reviewer
Test Manager at CGI Inc
Real User
Top 20
Friendly technical support with great intelligent software and templates
Pros and Cons
  • "Technical support is good. They are friendly and fast."
  • "We organized the orchestration via ServiceNow/Runbook. It would be nice if DatProf software had this functionality as well."

What is our primary use case?

The solution is used for:

1. Subsetting test data from/to databases with an incomplete relational model. (With homemade tooling it wasn't possible.)

2. Higher management demanded testing to be done with masked data

How has it helped my organization?

We organized a TDM process with both DATPROF Subset and Privacy, fully self-service and fully automated with ServiceNow, Runbook, and Ctrl-M. Within 15 minutes users can establish a refreshed testing environment.

What is most valuable?

The most valuable features are DatProf Subsetting, intelligent software, and templates that are easy to maintain.

What needs improvement?

We organized the orchestration via ServiceNow/Runbook. It would be nice if DatProf software had this functionality as well.

For how long have I used the solution?

I've been using the solution for 6 years.

What do I think about the stability of the solution?

It's okay.

What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

It's okay.

How are customer service and technical support?

Technical support is good. They are friendly and fast.

Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

No, I didn't use another solution.

How was the initial setup?

The setup is complex and requires a lot of knowledge on databases.

What about the implementation team?

We did it first through a vendor team (1 person) - they had high expertise.

What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

Nothing special.

Which other solutions did I evaluate?

I looked at other solutions such as HP and Oracle.

What other advice do I have?

It's a customer-focused company.

Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

On-premises
Disclosure: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
PeerSpot user