Codacy vs. LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Codacy
Score 8.8 out of 10
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Codacy automates code reviews and monitors code quality on every commit and pull request reporting back the impact of every commit or pull request, issues concerning code style, best practices, security, and many others. It monitors changes in code coverage, code duplication and code complexity. Saving developers time in code reviews thus efficiently tackling technical debt. JavaScript, Java, Ruby, Scala, PHP, Python, CoffeeScript and CSS are currently supported. Codacy is static analysis…
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LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform
Score 7.7 out of 10
N/A
The LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform, from LogRhythm in Boulder, Colorado, is security information and event management (SIEM) software which includes SOAR functionality via SmartResponse Automation Plugins (a RespondX feature), the DetectX security analytics module, and AnalytiX as a log management solution that centralizes log data, enriches it with contextual details and applies a consistent schema across all data types.N/A
Pricing
CodacyLogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform
Editions & Modules
Open Source
$0.00
Startup
$0.00
Pro
$15.00
user/mo
Enterprise
$40.00
user/mo
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Pricing Offerings
CodacyLogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform
Free Trial
YesNo
Free/Freemium Version
YesNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
YesNo
Entry-level Setup FeeOptionalNo setup fee
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Features
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Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
Comparison of Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) features of Product A and Product B
Codacy
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Ratings
LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform
7.4
20 Ratings
6% below category average
Centralized event and log data collection00 Ratings9.020 Ratings
Correlation00 Ratings8.120 Ratings
Event and log normalization/management00 Ratings8.020 Ratings
Deployment flexibility00 Ratings4.619 Ratings
Integration with Identity and Access Management Tools00 Ratings7.116 Ratings
Custom dashboards and workspaces00 Ratings7.520 Ratings
Host and network-based intrusion detection00 Ratings7.214 Ratings
Data integration/API management00 Ratings8.02 Ratings
Behavioral analytics and baselining00 Ratings8.12 Ratings
Rules-based and algorithmic detection thresholds00 Ratings7.22 Ratings
Response orchestration and automation00 Ratings7.12 Ratings
Reporting and compliance management00 Ratings7.03 Ratings
Incident indexing/searching00 Ratings7.12 Ratings
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User Ratings
CodacyLogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform
Likelihood to Recommend
9.5
(6 ratings)
7.5
(20 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
-
(0 ratings)
9.0
(1 ratings)
Usability
-
(0 ratings)
8.0
(2 ratings)
Support Rating
10.0
(1 ratings)
8.2
(9 ratings)
Implementation Rating
-
(0 ratings)
8.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
CodacyLogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform
Likelihood to Recommend
Codacy
I recommend it for companies that use several programming languages, as it supports several languages ​​such as Java, Javascript, Python, among others. However, for companies that use only one programming language, there are specific tools for each language that can be more complete in this scenario. I do not recommend it for companies that only use open source software, in which case there are other tools available.
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LogRhythm
LogRhythm is good for providing a comprehensive view of the environment. It gives a great outline of whatever is going on in our servers and systems regarding security malfunctions. The SIEM sends real-time notifications when there are some occurrences; like creating a new user and inappropriate login attempts. It also avails a good use case that meets our HIPAA compliance.
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Pros
Codacy
  • Seamless and easy integrations with GitHub for fantastic pipeline of viewing errors.
  • Intuitive UI which is easy to customize and built-in patterns recommendations and security checks helps to fix issues faster.
  • Metrics and duplication and complexity easily identify areas that need attention to fix it easy.
  • Great for open-source projects.
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LogRhythm
  • LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform has an alarm system that generates tickets based on the event and the way it has been configured in the LogRhythm console. Let's say we have a ticket for a malicious email attachment. The ticket will some information like the source of the log, the source IP, destination IP etc. It can be drilled down to obtain specific information like the recipient, source location, file attachment name, SHA hash of the file, source and destination port, time, mac address of the machine that downloaded it etc. This helps the analysts to go to the root of the cause and take actions easily without manually parsing them.
  • The second good thing about the LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform is that it is very easy to use with its well-structured interface. To use LogRhythm, an user barely require any technical skills. A little overview of IP, CIDR, hash, etc. is enough to get your hands on it. It requires no programming or coding skills, as everything is GUI based. It also provides a beautiful visualization dashboard. There is another beautiful feature that it provides for the classification of events, known as cases. Multiple users working on the same platform can create cases and add events to it. They also help to maintain future reference.
  • The third good feature is the search tool which is very powerful. For example, sometimes it is hard to find the users who downloaded a malware from the guest wireless of the institution and not the private network. The search tool helps us in searching the user by automatically correlating the MAC address from the current network logs and the previous logs as the MAC address is the same. It is highly scalable for parsing a large number of logs from various sources.
  • I particularly think this is one of the best software available for log parsing in an organization where non-technical users are working on incident response. This tool has a good amount of flexibility. However, it can only be configured with the LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform Console.
  • In terms of usability, as already mentioned, it is a very easy tool to use, with a GUI based interface.
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Cons
Codacy
  • There should be customization to get code quality for your own projects if standards are provided.
  • Offline or a standalone application is much needed from Codacy to get local support.
  • Spots a lot of errors and small ones that don't affect much about quality and are de-facto standards.
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LogRhythm
  • LogRhythm absolutely needs to provide back end support for threat intelligence lists. Performing a linear search on massive lists of IPs on incoming web traffic can bring the SIEM to its knees.
  • LogRhythm should drop its entire code base for implementing lists and simply turn them into hash tables to avoid the excessive cost associated with referencing lists in rules. I haven't seen the code, but the performance suggests O(n).
  • The reporting feature is the worst of all SIEMs, luckily reports are not my primary service offering. LogRhythm should definitely revamp its reporting to be more intuitive.
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Likelihood to Renew
Codacy
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LogRhythm
LogRhythm is focused on SIEM. That is their core business. Cost of operations, feature set and ease of use. The Log Rhythm support team is outstanding. Overall reliability is good. Reporting module needs some improvement and LR is promising that there will be significant improvements in future releases.
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Usability
Codacy
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LogRhythm
LogRhythm does a rather decent job of making the functionality advanced (allowing for advanced keyword & field searching, use of "AND" as well as "OR" statements in the search bar) while keeping it accessible (by not requiring a specific syntax to do quick searches). This combined with a user interface that has headings and labels that are intuitive is very helpful.
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Support Rating
Codacy
Great company and support team!
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LogRhythm
While LogRhythm support is generally quick to respond, the initial response is usually from a first line support engineer with general knowledge of the product. Any advanced or complex issues have always required the assistance of a higher tier of support, directly or indirectly. For a few occasions we actually used our PS hours to work on the issue.
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Implementation Rating
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LogRhythm
  • Buy professional services.
  • Buy and implement the system if possible.
  • Remember that the end point log configuration may require other teams in your company to assist you in getting the desired logs from all resources.
  • Attend the end user and daily operations training after a period of usage so you are not overwhelmed with information on concepts not yet seen.
  • Don't be afraid to call for help during your first months of use.
  • Don't close any ticket until you are sure the expected results are verified.
  • Use the community forums to discuss issues with your peers.
  • Watch the training videos offered by L R University.
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Alternatives Considered
Codacy
Even though it is paid while SonarQube is free, we chose Codacy because it is simpler to configure and maintain the implemented rules. In addition, it offers support for the main programming languages ​​on the market, ensuring that we can continue to use it if we want to use other languages ​​in new products.
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LogRhythm
LogRhythm was simpler to set up and configure as well as extract information from. It also was less intrusive in terms of how many appliances were needed to implement. We were up and running within 5 hours to start accepting log sources. We selected LogRhythm as well since support is based in the USA in Colorado.
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Return on Investment
Codacy
  • The integration of Codacy with new code base is quick and easy.
  • Improves our code.
  • Easy to detect errors easily.
  • Ability to check duplicate codes.
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LogRhythm
  • The ability to search through logs in a centralized location really helps us to provide RCA (Root Cause Analysis) to management for outages. This helps us to quickly identify the cause of outages and thus saves money due to reduced downtime.
  • Being able to configure the alarms to provide real-time notification (and responses) to security events helps to prevent potential loss due to compromises (such as a fraudulent wire transfer).
  • The initial investment in LogRhythm SIEM is somewhat expensive, however, the appliance is built to your specific needs so you won't have to constantly be upgrading the device as your company grows.
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