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ScienceLogic SL1

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Score 8.6 out of 100

Attribute Ratings

  • N-able RMM is rated higher in 1 area: Usability
  • ScienceLogic SL1 is rated higher in 2 areas: Likelihood to Recommend, Support Rating

Likelihood to Recommend

6.4

N-able RMM

64%
28 Ratings
8.4

ScienceLogic SL1

84%
178 Ratings

Likelihood to Renew

N-able RMM

N/A
0 Ratings
8.5

ScienceLogic SL1

85%
15 Ratings

Usability

9.4

N-able RMM

94%
2 Ratings
8.8

ScienceLogic SL1

88%
10 Ratings

Availability

N-able RMM

N/A
0 Ratings
8.5

ScienceLogic SL1

85%
11 Ratings

Performance

N-able RMM

N/A
0 Ratings
8.2

ScienceLogic SL1

82%
11 Ratings

Support Rating

7.2

N-able RMM

72%
2 Ratings
8.6

ScienceLogic SL1

86%
18 Ratings

In-Person Training

N-able RMM

N/A
0 Ratings
9.0

ScienceLogic SL1

90%
2 Ratings

Online Training

N-able RMM

N/A
0 Ratings
7.7

ScienceLogic SL1

77%
2 Ratings

Implementation Rating

N-able RMM

N/A
0 Ratings
8.0

ScienceLogic SL1

80%
52 Ratings

Configurability

N-able RMM

N/A
0 Ratings
8.0

ScienceLogic SL1

80%
5 Ratings

Ease of integration

N-able RMM

N/A
0 Ratings
8.4

ScienceLogic SL1

84%
14 Ratings

Product Scalability

N-able RMM

N/A
0 Ratings
8.0

ScienceLogic SL1

80%
1 Rating

Vendor post-sale

N-able RMM

N/A
0 Ratings
10.0

ScienceLogic SL1

100%
2 Ratings

Vendor pre-sale

N-able RMM

N/A
0 Ratings
10.0

ScienceLogic SL1

100%
2 Ratings

Likelihood to Recommend

N-able

SolarWinds patch management has had issues over the years. Sometimes requiring manual intervention to get resolved. The UI [with N-able RMM (formerly Solarwinds RMM)] makes it easy to see status of systems and identify any alerts easily. Remotely monitoring the status of servers/computers. Managing the systems, patching, systems maintenance and remote support.
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ScienceLogic

ScienceLogic SL1 is a very logical and powerful ideal software for monitoring every kind of technology in my organization, like servers, CPU, network, email, and many more. Their support team is very unparalleled and very proactive 24/7. While using this tool, any glitch in the network becomes easy to detect and can be detected and stopped. It's the best monitoring tool and is very recommended.
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Pros

N-able

  • It provides fantastic remote access capabilities. The Take Control tool gives us a robust platform that is capable of remote controlling almost any endpoint we need to and the chat, file transfer, and screen recording tools are all exceptionally useful.
  • SolarWinds RMM is particularly useful as a single pane of glass solution that allows us to monitor and manage thousands of endpoints across dozens of different clients. It does a solid job of allowing us to sort, organize, and filter based off of who and what we want to see at any given time.
  • Due to its client based nature, the platform excels at in-depth monitoring of services, event logs, and the functionality of systems with custom script checks.
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ScienceLogic

  • Business Services are a welcome addition to the capabilities of the SL1 platform
  • Collections capabilities. Being able to ingest multiple forms of data streams to provide a more holistic view of an environment
  • Giving the clients the freedom to apply specific monitoring that is tailored to their environments
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Cons

N-able

  • UI speed and threading across multiple windows (1 window refreshing, causes all refreshes to hang).
  • Load times in certain menus, regardless of server specs.
  • Integration with 3rd party applications.
  • Speed of dev team response in regards to existing features malfunctioning, or major bugs that Solarwinds does not consider major.
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ScienceLogic

  • Dashboards have limitations in a couple of large enterprise use cases. New UI appears to be addressing these as it matures and resembles techniques seen in other enterprise tools
  • Percentiles and baseline / deviation calculations on standard metrics are not what we've seen in the past from enterprise tools. However, more complex anomaly detection is now available as an advanced function
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Pricing Details

N-able RMM

Starting Price

Editions & Modules

N-able RMM editions and modules pricing
EditionModules

Footnotes

    Offerings

    Free Trial
    Free/Freemium Version
    Premium Consulting/Integration Services

    Entry-level set up fee?

    No setup fee

    Additional Details

    ScienceLogic SL1

    Starting Price

    $7.5 per month per node

    Editions & Modules

    ScienceLogic SL1 editions and modules pricing
    EditionModules

    Footnotes

      Offerings

      Free Trial
      Free/Freemium Version
      Premium Consulting/Integration Services

      Entry-level set up fee?

      Required

      Additional Details

      ScienceLogic SL1 offers four tiers: SL1 Advanced – Application Health, Automated Troubleshooting and Remediation Workflows SL1 Base – Infrastructure Monitoring, Topology & Event Correlation SL1 Premium – AI/ML-driven Analytics, Low-Code Automated Workflow Authoring SL1 Standard – Infrastructure Monitoring – with Agents, Business Services, Incident Automation, CMDB Synchronization, Behavioral Correlation To get pricing for each tier, please contact the vendor.

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      Likelihood to Renew

      N-able

      No answers on this topic

      ScienceLogic

      We migrated away from our 20-year-old homegrown solution and have no back-tracking capability. ScienceLogic is demonstrating new capabilities that we would not have been able to do on our own using our legacy system.
      We understand the capabilities of competitors based on our bake-off selection where ScienceLogic won on capabilities and future near-term potential (expandability, platform growth). We know that those competitors are not really close to where we have been able to push ScienceLogic (as a partner).
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      Usability

      N-able

      The interface is easy to navigate. Setting up policies is straight forward. The antivirus and web filter are simple and exceptions are easy to make. Upgrading the agent is made simple and creating scripts is made fool proof. (Well, almost)
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      ScienceLogic

      Product is capable of monitoring different
      technologies like OS, MS Infra apps, cloud services, Databases, network etc...
      this can be a single solution for most of the technologies end to end monitoring

      It is more flexible for customization and
      support is good
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      Reliability and Availability

      N-able

      No answers on this topic

      ScienceLogic

      Science Logic SL1 provides the option of Distributed deployment where multiple instances of each appliance can be deployed to manage the load and availability. SL1 provides a High Availability feature for Database Servers and Data Collection. If one of the Data Collectors in the collector group fails, it will automatically redistribute the devices from the failed Data Collector among the other Data Collectors in the Collector Group. The high availability feature for the Database server ensures that SL1 performs failover automatically to another server without causing the outage to the application.
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      Performance

      N-able

      No answers on this topic

      ScienceLogic

      The performance is entirely dependent on the complexity of the environment/network being used to host the platform. Outside of those factors, the platform runs very efficiently and quickly out of the box. We have integrations with other platforms and neither seem to take a hit from our moderate API usage. Any issues with performance would be experienced by choices made in infrastructure or complexity of things built by the customer to display in the GUI (overly complicated and cluttered dashboards for example)
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      Support Rating

      N-able

      The ease of use, full functionality, reliability and excellent support.[N-able RMM (formerly Solarwinds RMM)] gives users a full suite of tools with a single installable file. Unlike standard tools, you don't have to install several different executables to be able to have fully protected end points.
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      ScienceLogic

      So far, it's good as part of my overall experience, except for a couple of use cases. The support team is well knowledgeable, has technical sound, and is efficient. When support escalates to engineering, the issue gets stuck and takes months to resolve.
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      In-Person Training

      N-able

      No answers on this topic

      ScienceLogic

      On our side (students), we had a number of teams who were provided the deep developer training.
      Of those students, the customized training provided a complete, 5 day training which enabled the deployed platform team to successfully deploy and mitigate user-experience issues for the vast majority of our end-users, including some of the teams who attended the developer training.

      The knowledge kept pace with the class and sped up / slowed down (within the time constraints) as needed throughout the course.

      This was developer to developer training and for those students who were developers the training worked well. For those who were just coders it probably worked less well as some of the topics still do not apply (a function of our course outline specification based on our knowing nothing).

      Due to problems in sequencing we did the developer course BEFORE the admin course and realized that our requested ORDER was wrong.

      The onsite admin course was much better received and led to deeper understanding of the developer course held a few weeks prior.
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      Online Training

      N-able

      No answers on this topic

      ScienceLogic

      Only cover the basic, the most powerfull part of the tool was not covered.
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      Implementation Rating

      N-able

      No answers on this topic

      ScienceLogic

      As far as Implementation is concerned, i think I never ran into any major trouble (whatever it is, it's just local infrastructure specific). Once all your NW ports and connectivity is in place, it won't take much of your time to install the product. configurations are also easy to complete. VM configuration takes no time, except the environmental configuration which is company specific. Onboarding is easy via SNMP based monitoring.
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      Alternatives Considered

      N-able

      SolarWinds definitely is the the most ready out of the box as far as getting is up and running and you can start using it where other system go from need ing a little setup like importing MIBS to completely needing to configure the system. As far a performance once things are up and working I feel they all do a good job at basic monitoring and management. The difference is that SolarWinds does a good job at having things templated but allows you to customize some attributes. If you are want to make major customization for alerts and monitoring and other things SolarWinds is not the best option. But, then again, you will not need a team just to manage the system.
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      ScienceLogic

      As I stated earlier, SL1 seems to be best used for Servers and Network Storage devices. It doesn't seem to be a direct replacement as SL1 doesn't have a configuration management piece, visual maps are very crude and not user-friendly, and the building of the maps is not intuitive, nor has the functionality of Solarwinds Topology Mapper.
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      Scalability

      N-able

      No answers on this topic

      ScienceLogic

      Our deployment model is vastly different from product expectations. Our global / internal monitoring foot print is 8 production stacks in dual data centers with 50% collection capacity allocated to each data center with minimal numbers of collection groups. General Collection is our default collection group. Special Collection is for monitoring our ASA and other hardware that cannot be polled by a large number of IP addresses, so this collection group is usually 2 collectors). Because most of our stacks are in different physical data centers, we cannot use the provided HA solution. We have to use the DR solution (DRBD + CNAMEs). We routinely test power in our data centers (yearly). Because we have to use DR, we have a hand-touch to flip nodes and change the DNS CNAME half of the times when there is an outage (by design). When the outage is planned, we do this ahead of the outage so that we don't care that the Secondary has dropped away from the Primary. Hopefully, we'll be able to find a way to meet our constraints and improve our resiliency and reduce our hand-touch in future releases. For now, this works for us and our complexity. (I hear that the HA option is sweet. I just can't consume that.)
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      Return on Investment

      N-able

      • The ROI is immediate for us. The advanced alerting alone makes this product an ace in our bag. The confidence you have in your network is wonderful.
      • Another big ROI we get from the advanced alerting is the peace of mind that our engineers feel. We are a 24/7 shop, so being on-call goes from being hectic to extremely manageable.
      • The only negative I can honestly say is when the time comes to patch the product. Micro-patches are easy enough, but jumping versions can be a bit taxing.
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      ScienceLogic

      • we are still in the process of implementation
      • after all of our production devices are onboarded to SL1, we will be able to bring network monitoring in-house instead of it being outsourced as it is now
      • I am Engineer/SL1 user only, therefore I cannot comment on ROI or similar numbers
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