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Score 9.6 out of 100
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Likelihood to Recommend

AWS Secrets Manager

[AWS Secrets Manager] is really good at managing the secrets for each environment (stage, production, ...), and with a simple command, the users will get all the variables for running the project. Depending on the user role, they could just read and/or edit the variables on the Secrets Manager on AWS. This facilitates the management of the secrets.
Manuela Jacqueline Mercado Rodríguez | TrustRadius Reviewer

ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

It's great for any company that relies on active-directory as their primary source of user password authentication and other data. It's ability to integrate with a host of other tools such as Google Workspace, Azure AD (if you aren't using ADFS/DirSync/etc.), FreshService, Trello, etc. as well local apps like Postgres, i/AS400, and more make it a great middleware tool for SS.
Joe Foran | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pros

AWS Secrets Manager

  • Rotates secrets
  • Manages appropriate access
  • Secures secrets
Jon Hersh | TrustRadius Reviewer

ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

  • PMP is great for sorting passwords into different groups depending on the category of application access. This makes it easy to find the password that you are looking for.
  • Application credentials can easily be saved to the clipboard to make it easier to copy and paste them into the appropriate log in screen.
  • Different types of credentials for the same application can be stored next to each other and are easy to distinguish by the icon next to the name. For example, SSH credentials, web credentials, and local root credentials are all easy to sort under one application group.
Gary Smolyak | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

AWS Secrets Manager

  • It could be good if a user can use a variable in the project but can't see them in the manager on AWS
Manuela Jacqueline Mercado Rodríguez | TrustRadius Reviewer

ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

  • There is no flexibility in how accounts are grouped.
  • The implementation of lowest privilege means you cannot use groups for assigning role based security. If you give a team read access, and a limited subset of the team write access, the read access supersedes write.
  • Some versions have been fragile. There have been times where the server has stopped working and needed a restart daily/weekly. Read the issues resolved in updates. There have been some critical failures in security over the years (i.e. unauthorized access possible by URL manipulation).
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

AWS Secrets Manager

No score
No answers yet
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ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

ManageEngine Password Manager Pro 7.0
Based on 2 answers
We are reasonably pleased with the support and updates that we received from the vendor,
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

AWS Secrets Manager

Although we never ended up going with Beyond Trust DevOps Secrets Safe, we did evaluate it as a competitor to AWS [Secrets Manager]. We ultimately decided to go with AWS [Secrets Manager] because of the name "Amazon" and the reliability. Beyond Trust [DevOps Secrets Safe] seemed like a perfectly fine alternative, but in the end, we chose AWS [Secrets Manager].
Jon Hersh | TrustRadius Reviewer

ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

We evaluated one on-premise solution, Password Manager Pro, one cloud-based solution called Passwordstate to store all sensitive password information and also secure notes. The latter was licensed by users, so we knew as the team grew it would cost quite a lot more to maintain. We wanted access for various users within the information technology and systems department at a granular level to have separation of the various passwords into categories which we then give permission relevant for the right users.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

AWS Secrets Manager

  • Costs are suitable
  • ROI is positive
Manuela Jacqueline Mercado Rodríguez | TrustRadius Reviewer

ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

  • Reduce our overall cost of ownership thanks to this affordable password tool
  • Reduce time spent in the process or on tasks to remind a password to change or to apply policy directly integrated with the tool
  • Improve security through complexity and auto-regeneration
  • Improve change control for account passwords inside RFC process
Ludovic Huon | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

AWS Secrets Manager

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

AWS Secrets Manager Editions & Modules

Edition
Per Secret Per Month$0.401
Per 10,000 API Calls$0.052
  1. Per Secret Per Month
  2. Per 10,000 API Calls
Additional Pricing Details

ManageEngine Password Manager Pro

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

ManageEngine Password Manager Pro Editions & Modules

Additional Pricing Details

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