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Likelihood to Recommend

LogicMonitor

Prior to using LogicMonitor we used multiple tools to fit all our monitoring needs, with no individual tool being able to achieve that. After reviewing LogicMonitor against our other tools we found it could do the job of all these tools on its own. We then proceeded to consolidate our toolset into LogicMonitor migrating all devices away from our other tools and have had no problems since.As stated in cons, one of the current let downs for LogicMonitor is how strict the RBAC is. Some changes have been made recently to make this more flexible but one of the main things I think is needed which currently does not exist is to allow access to a limited set of data sources, as currently when you give access to logic modules the role will get access to them all.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Sensu

Sooner or later, companies are going to figure out that there's more to monitoring than what Nagios can provide. For those that want to dip their toe in the water and still provide backward compatibility with a legacy Nagios environment, Sensu is a good choice.It's mainly for businesses that want more than Nagios but don't want to take the full plunge with something radically different and metric-based such as Prometheus.Having moved to metric-based monitoring so far as I'm able, I can say with confidence that it's far better than what Nagios or Sensu provide.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Application Performance Management

LogicMonitor
Sensu
3.2
Application monitoring
LogicMonitor
Sensu
3.0
Database monitoring
LogicMonitor
Sensu
3.0
Threshold alerts
LogicMonitor
Sensu
6.0
Application performance management console
LogicMonitor
Sensu
1.0
Virtualization monitoring
LogicMonitor
Sensu
3.0
Server availability and performance monitoring
LogicMonitor
Sensu
3.0

Pros

LogicMonitor

  • LogicMonitor data sources allow you to monitor practically anything. If you can convert it to data, LogicMonitor can be modified to ingest and alert on it. There are a large number of out of the box data sources that cover pretty much everything standard you want to monitor, there is a large community of users who have also published their data sources and there is the flexibility to create your own. Data sources are limited only by your imagination.
  • LogicMonitor offers the ability to monitor a broad range of devices and environments with great detail and precision. We struggled to find a software package that offered the ability to monitor both our Cloud and on-prem environments, with the detail we were looking for and at the price that we were offered. We have grown by acquisition so we are in all the Clouds as well as running a diverse set of hardware and software environments and LogicMonitor was out of the box ready to handle a vast majority of our environments.
  • LogicMonitor customer support is very responsive and willing to work on any issues that we are experiencing. Their first level support handles most of our questions and is able to quickly escalate directly to the developers for any bugs that are discovered.
William Guertin | TrustRadius Reviewer

Sensu

  • Unique concept as a "monitoring router" that can tie services together.
  • Backward-compatible with Nagios environments.
  • More of a DevOps focus than Nagios.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

LogicMonitor

  • It's not "easy", but it's the "easiest" of all the tools we've used
  • One of our main products, Ubiquit Unifi, wasn't supported out of box like others were
  • No integrations with IT Glue, AutoTask Configuration Items, Warranty Master or other MSP Tools
Chad Lauterbach | TrustRadius Reviewer

Sensu

  • Terrible documentation that assumes you're already an expert in everything that Sensu can do.
  • Significantly more work than Nagios to get basic checks on and configured.
  • Web interface is primitive and not even on the same level as Nagios XI.
  • Large price hikes after Sensu Go was released.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

LogicMonitor

LogicMonitor 8.0
Based on 1 answer
The only reason we would leave logicmonitor would be price. Everything else has been really really good
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Sensu

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Usability

LogicMonitor

LogicMonitor 9.0
Based on 2 answers
It's very good. One area for improvement is the ability to group large quantities of objects together more quickly or disable alerts for specific instances completely very quickly.Alert Tuning is one of the more complex, but entirely necessary parts of the product to use keeping me from rating usability a 10.
Chad Lauterbach | TrustRadius Reviewer

Sensu

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Support Rating

LogicMonitor

LogicMonitor 9.9
Based on 20 answers
I have only had to reach out to them a few times, but it has been a great experience every time. They do not have access into your environment until you enable support access, which is for a set amount of time. This is great because I know that my customers have data privacy unless there is a problem that needs to be addressed. When I am working on developing a new datasource they provide a sandbox account that I am able to do my work in. This allows support as needed in the sandbox environment so I do not need to allow access to production data for that process.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Sensu

Sensu 3.0
Based on 1 answer
Sensu's customer support was always willing to work with us but never really seemed to learn much from our experiences. I think they get a lot of customers with DevOps IT teams that are willing to put in a lot of elbow grease to get the most of Sensu's architecture.However, despite explaining my continued disappointment with their documentation and the overall flow of the product, I never got much more than a "sorry" and a notice that their documentation was open source if I wanted to contribute to it.The problem, of course, is that you can't document what you don't understand. I'm a former technical writer, so I know that better than most.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Implementation Rating

LogicMonitor

LogicMonitor 10.0
Based on 2 answers
Pretty straight forward. Not much to say except to speak to Logicmonitor about planning your collector sizes to begin with.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Sensu

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Alternatives Considered

LogicMonitor

LogicMonitor is head and shoulders above anything we have used before. Traverse was the most feature-rich, but the back-end was cumbersome and problem-prone. But it was not extensible, support was lacking, and product updates were inconsistent.
James Deaton | TrustRadius Reviewer

Sensu

We initially compared Sensu to Nagios XI. Nagios has languished for years and clearly wouldn't scale well without a lot of effort, while Sensu's architecture was clearly designed to be better at scaling horizontally.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

LogicMonitor

  • It is great the pricing model is very flexible so it is easy to scale up and down as requirements change and fluxuate. It is also simple (less than it used to be) so fairly easy to calculate costs - no complexity around interface counts or whatnot - just number of monitored hosts.
  • Very fast to deploy so it is easy to go from a problem one day to a solution the next day - proactively identifying issues instead of responding to end user complaints.
  • LogicMonitor added a killer feature (possibly to compete with Auvik) of configuration management. However it costs a fairly substantial amount just to turn it on whether you have one device or 100. I don't get it - I think a nominal fee per device would align better with the service and customer expectations of the product.
Jason Emery | TrustRadius Reviewer

Sensu

  • Standing up the Sensu Go server took very little effort.
  • Setting up and maintaining the build processes and deployment logic for Sensu assets and checks was somewhat exhausting and resulted in lower adoption among non-DevOps IT.
  • The limited web interface resulted in lower adoption among non-DevOps IT.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Pricing Details

LogicMonitor

General

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

Sensu

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Optional

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

LogicMonitor
9.9
Sensu
2.0

Likelihood to Renew

LogicMonitor
8.0
Sensu

Usability

LogicMonitor
9.0
Sensu

Support Rating

LogicMonitor
9.9
Sensu
3.0

Implementation Rating

LogicMonitor
10.0
Sensu

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