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Micro Focus SiteScope is #14 ranked solution in APM tools. PeerSpot users give Micro Focus SiteScope an average rating of 6.8 out of 10. Micro Focus SiteScope is most commonly compared to Dynatrace: Micro Focus SiteScope vs Dynatrace. Micro Focus SiteScope is popular among the large enterprise segment, accounting for 72% of users researching this solution on PeerSpot. The top industry researching this solution are professionals from a computer software company, accounting for 32% of all views.
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What is Micro Focus SiteScope?

Micro Focus SiteScope is an agentless monitoring program that tracks the availability and performance of distributed IT infrastructures such as servers, network devices and services, applications and application components, virtualization software, operating systems, and other IT enterprise components.

Micro Focus SiteScope is an autonomous hybrid IT monitoring system that can monitor more than 100 different types of IT components in real time, thanks to a lightweight and highly customizable remote access architecture.

With Micro Focus SiteScope, IT teams can get the data they need to keep on top of problems and eliminate bottlenecks before they become major concerns.

Micro Focus SiteScope can reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by utilizing agentless technology, which eliminates the need to install and monitor agents on each box. Manual activities can be automated, and teams can save time and effort by using pre-packaged solution templates.

Micro Focus SiteScope Features

Micro Focus SiteScope has many valuable key features. Some of the most useful ones include:

  • Broad functionality built on expertise: Micro Focus SiteScope's architecture is scalable and supports a broad range of functions, including data collecting, alerting, event management, and reporting. Data is collected via remote access, which eliminates the need for agents to be deployed and maintained on monitored nodes. Micro Focus SiteScope connects to systems as a remote user via the central server, which supports JMX, SNMP, HTTP, SSH, NetBIOS, and WMI.
  • Monitors legacy and modern environments: Micro Focus SiteScope comes with more than 100 built-in monitors that track things like utilization, response time, use, and resource availability.

    • Cloud: You can monitor virtual servers and applications on Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS-hosted applications can provide data to Amazon CloudWatch, which can be used for auto-scaling, reporting, and alerting.

    • Virtualization: Micro Focus SiteScope supports VMware, Microsoft, Citrix, and Oracle/Sun virtualization technologies. Monitor Docker clusters, nodes, containers, and workloads.
  • Flexibility with configuration: By adding or deleting specific monitors, you can adapt to dynamic changes in data center configuration.
  • Templates for solutions: The template database is based on best practices for monitoring complex application settings with the least amount of time and effort. The templates include built-in domain experience of specialized monitors, default metrics and thresholds, proactive testing, and best practices for a given application or monitoring component.
  • Notifications, alerts, and reports: Email, SNMP traps, HTTP post, and database alerts are all supported. Administrators receive alerts based on defined thresholds and schedules.
  • Flexibility in user management: Using LDAP or an internal management solution, define group-level permissions, construct user roles, and assign security groups depending on role. Extensive WS (Web Service)-based API that automates numerous management situations without the need for the SiteScope UI.
  • Integrations with SiteScope: Micro Focus SiteScope not only offers a number of benefits on its own, but it can also be linked with a number of Micro Focus and third-party solutions, giving teams the ability to properly integrate their IT operations center.

Micro Focus SiteScope was previously known as HPE SiteScope, SiteScope.

Micro Focus SiteScope Customers

Vodafone Ireland, Kuveyt Turk Participation Bank

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What users are saying about Micro Focus SiteScope pricing:
  • "The pricing or licensing cost for Micro Focus SiteScope is often bundled with other things, so the cost for each individual would be difficult to calculate. Pricing could be $2,000,000 a year. My company pays for technical support because it's part of the contract with Micro Focus SiteScope. You buy the licenses, but you're also paying for the support. With Nagios, it's much more bare-bones as far as paying for licenses and the software itself, and my company didn't have to use as much Nagios support yet in one or two years because there weren't too many problems using Nagios, and it's much more cost-effective, so that's one of the reasons why my company is migrating to Nagios from Micro Focus SiteScope."
  • "It is expensive. I don't like its licensing. I don't like anything where you have to license it by individual licenses. I'm not a fan of that, but that's just me."
  • "When Micro Focus Voltage SiteScope has introduced approximately eight years ago and there was not very much competition making the price high. However, when comparing the price of Micro Focus Voltage SiteScope now to other tools, they should reduce the price. It is similar to a legacy tool at this point."
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    Christopher M Cook - PeerSpot reviewer
    Senior Service Analyst at Exelon
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    Doesn't require much custom coding and can run on different platforms, but the types of scripting files you can execute on it are limited
    Pros and Cons
    • "Our experiences with Micro Focus SiteScope have been mostly positive as we can easily work with multiple monitors and different types of monitors pretty quickly. There are a lot of out-of-the-box solutions for us through Micro Focus SiteScope, so we don't have to do that much custom coding for the vast majority of requests that we get for monitoring. There are some limitations that we've run into and some problems every once in a while, but they've been relatively minor."
    • "In terms of issues with Micro Focus SiteScope, some that we've run into were unintended, for example, extra executions of monitors and some false alerts when there were problems connecting to endpoints or there were issues with the application that sometimes resulted in false positives. We had a few issues with the way time zones were configured when the system time differed from the time indicated during the monitoring, but those were just little things that weren't too bad. As far as the limitations of Micro Focus SiteScope, the types of scripting files that can be executed are rather limited unless you go to some third-party plugins. These are the areas for improvement in the solution."

    What is most valuable?

    Our experiences with Micro Focus SiteScope have been mostly positive as we can easily work with multiple monitors and different types of monitors pretty quickly. There are a lot of out-of-the-box solutions for us through Micro Focus SiteScope, so we don't have to do that much custom coding for the vast majority of requests that we get for monitoring. There are some limitations that we've run into and some problems every once in a while, but they've been relatively minor.

    What needs improvement?

    In terms of issues with Micro Focus SiteScope, some that we've run into were unintended, for example, extra executions of monitors and some false alerts when there were problems connecting to endpoints or there were issues with the application that sometimes resulted in false positives. We had a few issues with the way time zones were configured when the system time differed from the time indicated during the monitoring, but those were just little things that weren't too bad.

    As far as the limitations of Micro Focus SiteScope, the types of scripting files that can be executed are rather limited unless you go to some third-party plugins. These are the areas for improvement in the solution.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    I've been using Micro Focus SiteScope for six or seven years now.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    In terms of stability, Micro Focus SiteScope has been mostly stable. My company ran into some memory leak issues, especially in its earlier versions, but after it was set to automatically recycle every 24 hours, there weren't many issues.

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    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    As far as new instances, specifically each standalone instance, I'm unsure how scalable Micro Focus SiteScope could be because there's an upper limit to what it can handle, but in terms of spitting up additional instances, it hasn't been too much of a problem. The horizontal scalability of Micro Focus SiteScope hasn't been a problem.

    How are customer service and support?

    I've spoken with the technical support team for Micro Focus SiteScope lots of times, and in terms of how good it is, I'd say it's mixed. For example, support is good for simple issues, but for more complex issues, it usually takes a while to get a resolution. A lot of times, my company had to escalate the cases and because it's paid support, you'd expect a little more from the support team.

    How was the initial setup?

    The initial setup for Micro Focus SiteScope is not super complicated, but it does require that you have administrative access to the server where you're installing it and that, in a way, presumes that you do, even if you don't, so you have to keep that in mind. You have to make sure you have certain rights on the server that may be above and beyond the power a user would normally have.

    In terms of deploying Micro Focus SiteScope, it could take between one and two hours depending on how fast it can get through the actual installation portion. There's installation, then there's configuration, but the installation takes longer than the configuration. Upgrading, on the other hand, is a little more complex. You really can't do an in-place upgrade. Between certain versions, you have to uninstall the application after exporting a configuration, then install the new version, and then apply that configuration you exported. I've heard that the upcoming, latest version of Micro Focus SiteScope is getting better at that, but this was still a problem even after multiple versions.

    What about the implementation team?

    We deployed Micro Focus SiteScope through our in-house team, though we did utilize some consulting partners for troubleshooting and case resolution. Nowadays, we do most of the work.

    What was our ROI?

    In terms of ROI from Micro Focus SiteScope, it's been mostly positive. We haven't had a whole lot of complaints from our end users compared to some of the other products we've had. Though the cost of using Micro Focus SiteScope can be fairly steep compared to Nagios, all in all, when we talk about full-stack monitoring solutions, cost-wise, Micro Focus SiteScope is still on the lower end.

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

    The pricing or licensing cost for Micro Focus SiteScope is often bundled with other things, so the cost for each individual would be difficult to calculate. Pricing could be $2,000,000 a year. My company pays for technical support because it's part of the contract with Micro Focus SiteScope. You buy the licenses, but you're also paying for the support.

    With Nagios, it's much more bare-bones as far as paying for licenses and the software itself, and my company didn't have to use as much Nagios support yet in one or two years because there weren't too many problems using Nagios, and it's much more cost-effective, so that's one of the reasons why my company is migrating to Nagios from Micro Focus SiteScope.

    Which other solutions did I evaluate?

    We are in the process of migrating most of our Micro Focus SiteScope fleet to Nagios though the two solutions are a little different and they're not directly comparable. There's a lot more work in Nagios in terms of getting monitoring started up. For example, we have to understand the plugins and the number of cases, and we might have to do some kind of work such as going in and writing our plugins and scripts for Nagios to do what it needs to do, but as far as getting a Nagios implementation up and running, it's real simple. We could have a server built and configured within one or two hours, and that's from start to finish. A limitation is that Nagios currently only runs on Unix platforms, so we can't run on Windows, while Micro Focus SiteScope can run on either of the two platforms.

    What other advice do I have?

    I've used two different versions of Micro Focus SiteScope. I started on version 11.30 of the solution, and now I'm using version 11.91.

    The actual number of users of Micro Focus SiteScope who administer and use the application is less than five hundred because my company tends to do most of the work and maintains the monitors as opposed to allowing other teams to do that. The end customers or the people who requested the monitoring and get the alerts from Micro Focus SiteScope are in the range of quite a few thousand, numbers-wise.

    What I would tell people looking into using Micro Focus SiteScope is to download the trial, try to dive into it, read the documentation, and utilize the user community forum, which was recently revamped, making it a little more streamlined and easier to search. Honing up on scripting, for example, PowerShell, Perl, etc., could be useful as well.

    My rating for Micro Focus SiteScope on a scale of one to ten, with one being bad and ten being very good, is a solid seven. My company is not going to have a chance to dive into the new containerized version of the solution when that gets released, but that might push the rating even further up.

    My company is a customer of Micro Focus SiteScope.

    Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

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    John Boake - PeerSpot reviewer
    Senior monitoring engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
    Real User
    Top 5
    We can query from a single location and nest all monitors within folders, but we should be able to manage all servers without having to log on to different servers and data centers
    Pros and Cons
    • "Being able to create your monitors for monitoring your internal URLs and databases and other things like that is valuable."
    • "We have four or five data centers around North America where we have it deployed into a single or a two-server primary backup type of deployment. All those are made available under a single GUI provided by Micro Focus that allows you to put them all together. A room for improvement would be an appliance or a server that would manage all of our other servers so that I don't have to remember to log on to all different servers and data centers. I could manage them from a single location."

    What is our primary use case?

    It's used for monitoring all of our internal URLs, certificate expiration dates, as well as database connectivity, database queries, and internal URL availability.

    How has it helped my organization?

    Being able to do your queries from a single location and being able to nest all your monitors within folders is valuable. It makes it easy to reference or store your monitors in a library, and then you can use that for having a single dashboard that shows you your URLs for a specific product. We have hundreds of products. So, it makes it much easier to track them.

    What is most valuable?

    Being able to create your monitors for monitoring your internal URLs and databases and other things like that is valuable.

    It's easy. It's simple to use and straightforward. I've played with some other tools that are not quite as straightforward, but it's straightforward for me. It's easy for me to be able to come in and add in a monitor. For everything I need, it's pretty straightforward.

    What needs improvement?

    We have four or five data centers around North America where we have it deployed into a single or a two-server primary backup type of deployment. All those are made available under a single GUI provided by Micro Focus that allows you to put them all together. A room for improvement would be an appliance or a server that would manage all of our other servers so that I don't have to remember to log on to all different servers and data centers. I could manage them from a single location.

    We've had it for quite a while, and I've never done an upgrade on it, but from what I understand, the upgrades are not as straightforward as you would think. I know that we've run into some issues related to porting the database through different versions. So, it's a slow slog. The process has been longer than expected.

    I don't like its licensing because you have to license it by individual licenses.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    I have been using this solution off and on for about five years. I was using it more a couple of years ago. Now, every couple of weeks, I get into it to enable or disable a monitor or set up something, but I don't spend a whole lot of time on it.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    It's good. It's stable.

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    Because you can group your monitors in collections and you can group collections in folders, it's pretty scalable. I've seen worse products, that's for sure.

    We probably have a hundred people using it off and on, and they include DBAs, application owners, NOC people, subject matter experts, and on-call staff to support it.

    I don't know about the plans to increase its usage. I'm just a consumer of the product. I don't manage it. There is another person who manages it. I just use it.

    How are customer service and support?

    I've never used their support. If there are issues, somebody else takes care of them. I've never had issues on my watch with the new version. In the older version, I had lots of problems. I had to constantly restart the servers or services because the web service or something else would crash, and we'd have to try to get it restarted, but the new version has been stable.

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

    I'm not aware of any other solution at this company. I've been with the company for just over five years, and this has been the product that we've used.

    SolarWinds has a product that you can use for URL monitoring. I used it at home at some point, and it was relatively easy. It was pretty easy to use. It wasn't as big and as bulky as this. Micro Focus SiteScope is a little slow to load when I go to load it up, and it's not as intuitive as some of the other programs, such as SolarWinds.

    What about the implementation team?

    It was done in-house. There is only one guy for deploying and managing it.

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

    It is expensive. I don't like its licensing. I don't like anything where you have to license it by individual licenses. I'm not a fan of that, but that's just me.

    What other advice do I have?

    I would advise mapping out the strategy of how you want to manage or what you're going to use it for. I don't know all the functionality of the tool. We use it for three things. We use it for monitoring internal URLs. We also monitor certificate expiration dates, and we monitor some of our database queries with it. These are the three major things for which it's used, and it does them very well. It probably can be used for other things, but I have no idea what those could be. So, map out what you want to do thoroughly and when you deploy or when you're building out your collections in your folders and groups, make sure you do them as accurately as you can. That’s because it's difficult to go back and change them all.

    I'd rate it a seven out of ten. It's a pretty big product, and I don't know everything that it does, but it does really well on what I need it for.

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    On-premises
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    David Collier - PeerSpot reviewer
    Co-Founder at Nobius IT
    Reseller
    Top 5Leaderboard
    Offers agentless monitoring, is easy to configure and reduces downtime
    Pros and Cons
    • "VM monitoring is pretty good showing good visualizations of how VMs are operating within the context of all the VMs running on the same hypervisor."
    • "The lack of an agent means that remote monitoring requires multiple firewall ports to be opened."

    What is our primary use case?

    We use the solution for agentless monitoring of network and systems infrastructure including Linux and Windows, multiple versions, and multiple "flavors".

    The primary use case is for meeting the needs of basic level monitoring of multiple devices across a single-site network. 

    When accompanied by APM tools from the Micro Focus stable, Sitescope provides a useful "bottom-up" (technology --> Application) view of performance and availability. Other APM tools provide a "top-down" (i.e. a user-centric view) of performance and availability. 

    How has it helped my organization?

    Sitescope is a very useful solution for agentless monitoring. I must emphasize 'agentless' as this is its biggest advantage as well as disadvantage. Sitescope makes it easy to monitor key aspects of performance, availability, and capacity by collecting metrics.

    The aim of Sitescope is to help reduce downtime and provide information to help maintain performance. It does this reasonably well.

    Sitescope though is better thought of as a component within a wider Micro Focus-based ITOM/AIOPS solution rather than as a solution in itself.

    What is most valuable?

    VM monitoring is pretty good showing good visualizations of how VMs are operating within the context of all the VMs running on the same hypervisor.

    The ease of configuration is an advantage as Sitescope simply requires entering a host's credentials and a connection protocol (e.g. SSH, FTP, script, WMI, etc) in order to begin collecting and graphing raw data.

    Alerting is basic but functional as a standalone product but provides an additional dimension when used alongside Operations Bridge (which is expensive).

    What needs improvement?

    Most modern-day solutions in this area include both agentless and agent-based monitoring in the same package. The lack of an agent makes for a simple installation and relatively simple configuration, however, in these days of highly-distributed computing resources Sitescope is missing a number of critical features.

    1. The lack of an agent means that remote monitoring requires multiple firewall ports to be opened. This is often a problem when connecting multiple sites. It also makes cloud implementations less attractive too.

    2. As data must be "pulled" from the system being monitored, there is a reliance on a performant network and a well-specified Sitescope server.

    Sitescope scores well for basic simplicity and it integrates well into other products within the Micro Focus software family - e.g. Operations Bridge.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    I've used the solution for five to ten years.

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

    If you already have other Micro Focus products, especially the testing tools, then you may already have licenses for Sitescope. Licensing is (typically for Micro Focus) very complex, so speak to your account manager to check.

    The setup cost is minimal if you already have the hardware and that's reflected in the functionality.

    There are some great pre-packaged monitoring templates known as "solution templates". These are excellent kickstart ways to accelerate implementation - however, be aware that some of them are licensed separately.

    If you're considering Sitescope as your sole or primary monitoring tool, I suggest you take a look around - there are better options for you.

    What other advice do I have?

    Sitescope has been around for many years - since 1996 in fact. Over the years, it has become a highly stable solution. Now though, as Micro Focus now owns HPE Software (who in turn bought Mercury Interactive from where Sitescope came), Sitescope is but a small cog in a very large AIOPS engine.

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    Head - Development P-A-S Assurance Practice at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
    Real User
    Top 20
    Good infrastructure monitoring features and support, but the documentation could be improved
    Pros and Cons
    • "Infrastructure monitoring is the most valuable feature."
    • "I would be very interested in having transaction traceability included in the product, to give us a better view of what is really going wrong in a particular method and action."

    What is our primary use case?

    Our organization is focused on performance testing and we use a variety of tools for this purpose, both open-source and enterprise. We are consultants and we use these tools for our customers.

    This solution is being used for infrastructure monitoring. It lets us know what might be going wrong when we subject the application to a higher load. It gives us a fair view.

    It is a dockerized application where we use SiteScope to give the application performance management.

    What is most valuable?

    Infrastructure monitoring is the most valuable feature. There may be other features but we are focused on the performance testing execution that happens.

    What needs improvement?

    The setup should be simplified.

    It would be helpful to have documentation on how to use this tool correctly from the beginning.

    I would be very interested in having transaction traceability included in the product, to give us a better view of what is really going wrong in a particular method and action.

    This would essentially mean that the tool comes packaged with complete EPM capabilities. You would not have to purchase any other product such as Dynatrace, App Dynamics, or New Relic. 

    If some of those capabilities could be integrated into SiteScope, it would have a very compelling value proposition.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    I have been using Micro Focus Voltage SiteScope for approximately two years and we are using the latest version.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    It's a stable solution. I don't have any issues with the stability of it.

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    Scalability is good. 

    How are customer service and technical support?

    We had a ticket open with Micro Focus who helped us through the entire journey, but we could use more documentation on using this tool.

    They have been very accommodating to our requests.

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

    We use a variety of tools and the choice of which to use depends on what our customer requires. If they are looking for a mature tool that fits their budget, we choose products by Micro Focus.

    We have also used Gatling, JMeter, Tsung, and Neotys for the performance testing.

    How was the initial setup?

    The installation was a bit of a challenge. It took us almost two weeks to get it up and running.

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

    The pricing is the biggest challenge that we face.

    There are open-source tools that do 90% of what LoadRunner and Micro Focus tools are able to do.

    What other advice do I have?

    We work on multiple models such as on-premises, and multiple deployments for our customers. More insight that could be shared would be very helpful. 

    We have a great partnership with Micro Focus.

    I would rate this solution a seven out of ten.

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    Consultant at FB
    Consultant
    Top 20
    User-friendly, good at monitoring, and reliable
    Pros and Cons
    • "The URL monitoring is excellent."
    • "They need to offer better technical support, which, right now, is not helpful or responsive."

    What is our primary use case?

    The solution is primarily used for monitoring the servers, log files, and network devices.

    What is most valuable?

    It's a very good tool. It's user-friendly and it's very good at monitoring the infrastructure and the applications. It's very reliable in our environment and is helping the customers a lot in their monitoring of the application and the infrastructure.

    The URL monitoring is excellent.

    What needs improvement?

    The product needs to offer better configuration with an SMS deploy. Right now, it's not configurable. There is no configuration for that.

    They need to offer better technical support, which, right now, is not helpful or responsive.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    I’ve been using the solution for five years.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    The solution is very stable and reliable. The performance is good. there are no bugs or glitches, and it doesn’t crash or freeze.

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    The product can scale. It’s easy to expand if you need it to.

    How are customer service and support?

    Technical support isn’t really that good. They are not technically capable. They are not helpful and they do not respond fast enough.

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

    I don't know about the financial details surrounding the solution.

    What other advice do I have?

    We’re partners and I am a consultant.

    We’re using the latest version of the solution. We have around 200 people using the solution.

    I’d recommend the solution to others. It's good, it's handy, it's easy to use, easy to configure, and the UI is great.

    I’d rate the solution an eight out of ten.

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    Enterprise Monitoring | Information Services at a healthcare company with 5,001-10,000 employees
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    Top 10
    Lacking feature, high price, but simple implementation

    What needs improvement?

    Micro Focus Voltage SiteScope could improve by adding more features, such as cloud, APM, and DevOps monitoring.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    I have used Micro Focus Voltage SiteScope within the last 12 months.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    The stability of the Micro Focus Voltage SiteScope is good.

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    Micro Focus Voltage SiteScope is a scalable solution. 

    We have approximately 35 people using it.

    How was the initial setup?

    The initial implementation of Micro Focus Voltage SiteScope is easy. The process can take approximately 30 minutes with one person.

    What about the implementation team?

    I have found the solution simple to maintain, it can be done with some person.

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

    When Micro Focus Voltage SiteScope has introduced approximately eight years ago and there was not very much competition making the price high. However, when comparing the price of Micro Focus Voltage SiteScope now to other tools, they should reduce the price. It is similar to a legacy tool at this point.

    What other advice do I have?

    I rate Micro Focus Voltage SiteScope five out of ten.

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