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2018-03-25T12:04:00Z
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What do you like most about BigPanda?

Hi Everyone,

What do you like most about BigPanda?

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CS
President at a media company with 1-10 employees
User
2022-07-21T16:18:00Z
21 July 22

The best of a bad lot was the error message deduping.

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Anand-Kulkarni - PeerSpot reviewer
Electrical Engineer at Tata Consultancy
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2022-06-26T13:10:07Z
26 June 22

The event correlation is really good and it is able to reduce the noise. It is a good tool for anomaly detection.

GE
Independent entrepreneur in the IT environment at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Real User
2021-08-12T13:12:49Z
12 August 21

BigPanda integrates well with other solutions, such as WatchGuard,

Krishna Reddy - PeerSpot reviewer
DevOps Engineer at itorizon
Real User
2020-08-13T08:33:00Z
13 August 20

The main thing that we like about BigPanda is the user interface.

ZB
Global Process Owner at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
2019-09-12T09:06:00Z
12 September 19

The program is very stable.

Larry Cassidy - PeerSpot reviewer
Principal Engineer, Site Operations at Workday
Vendor
2018-03-25T12:04:00Z
25 March 18

Alert aggregation was the primary requirement. BigPanda pulls all this together into a single UI for us, allowing us to see related alerts grouped together into an incident, and enables us to easily create a JIRA ticket and Slack channel to manage an issue.

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There are many factors and we know little about your requirements (size of org, technology stack, management systems, the scope of implementation). Our goal was to consolidate APM and infra monitoring.  We maintain critical processing on our mainframe so there was a desire to include this in our transaction trace.  Due to a highly mature ELK implementation, we are not trying to incorporate log analytics into solution buy may consider in the future.  We had AppD, Dynatrace, New Relic, and CA Wily all in house at the time of our evaluation.  We eliminated Datadog due to a lack of real user monitoring and AppD based on experience and licensing.  Between Dynatrace and New Relic, Dynatrace won based on the automation, integrated AI, support for "old" techs, and confidence we could eliminate multiple APM and infra monitoring tools.   I would not include products like BigPanda, MoogSoft, in this analysis. They are not monitoring solutions but event correlation solutions.  You will need additional monitoring products to capture data and feed them.  Having said that if you cannot consolidate tools you will likely need to purchase an event solution to make sense of all the alarms. We did evaluate these products but with Dynatrace AI did not feel the business value was there for the investment. Here's a quick pro/con list on Dynatrace & New Relic from our analysis. New Relic Pros: Insights is an awesome product and capability. Lots of capabilities and plugins to extend data collection. The APM dashboard is aesthetically pleasing and intuitive. Good training and documentation are available to support the product. New Relic Cons: Requires lots of manual configurations to implement and support.  Insights product requires an investment of time to achieve value. Licensing is a nightmare as there is virtually no transparency in what you are being charged for. Lack of solution to consolidate alerts across implementation other than significant investment in insights to manually achieve this.   Dynatrace Pros: Very simple to implement and maintain with out of the box automation which supports modern (cloud/Kubernetes) and "old" (mainframe). In-app chat is helpful.  High integration of infra and APM data for full-stack observability and engineering.  Topology and trace discovery is more reliable than other products or our CMDB.  Synthetics are easy to set up for any user. AI-assisted problem analysis on the trace discovery streamlines troubleshooting.  AI includes "events" in an analysis like VMotion, deployment events. Have not done yet but looking to leverage monitoring as code for a fully integrated and automated delivery pipeline. See keptn.sh open source project. Dynatrace Cons: User SQL lacks some functions of NRQL for user analysis.  Host, process, and service data is not available to query within the product.  Alarm processing lacks some granular controls. The Plug-in library is less robust. Good luck with your decision!
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Jul 21, 2022
Hi, We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information. Please share what you can so you can help your peers.
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Larry Cassidy - PeerSpot reviewer
Principal Engineer, Site Operations at Workday
25 March 18
They were great to work with on pricing/licensing. Given we are a high-growth company, we needed a flexible site license.
Krishna Reddy - PeerSpot reviewer
DevOps Engineer at itorizon
13 August 20
We pay $200,000 USD per year.
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