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Likelihood to Recommend

Nagios XI

Nagios XI is suitable for inexpensive and very detailed monitoring of the physical hosts and VMs. Both Windows and Linux. This would require configuring 2-3 ways of monitoring for the same set of hosts and some time spent to fine tune the configurations. It may also be used for SQL and Apache front-ends such as Tomcat, Glassfish, etc.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

TrueSight Pulse

Well suited when server monitoring, not well suited for non system administrators. Need to have server knowledge to get full understanding of product
Andrew Kawczynski | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pros

Nagios XI

  • Nagios XI has an exclusive feature of bulk modification of attributes that help in monitoring the same set on monitoring modules on a newly set up environment.
  • It allows you to monitor many network devices, such as switches, routers, servers, and is helping to monitor network performance and track traffic on the network interface.
  • The audit trails feature allows us to scrutinize the modification or setup.
Eduin Zuloaga | TrustRadius Reviewer

TrueSight Pulse

  • Real-time high-resolution metric monitoring. Data can be collected and viewed at 1-second resolution.
  • Visualization of line charts
  • Cloud hosted
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Nagios XI

  • Robust, but visually old interface. Requires a lot of work to become presentable.
  • Small selection of dashlets to construct new views.
  • No MS Azure monitoring ability, nothing for “as service,” very limited Amazon cloud monitoring abilities.
  • Questionable price politics (could make it a lot less for developing markets to actually increase use of the product and R&D budgets).
  • No report designers nor the ability to create new reports. No changes in this area for years.
  • Overall lack of new developments, making this product more and more outdated.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

TrueSight Pulse

  • The interface is functional and adaptable but I kind of wish it looked like its predecessor Patrol Monitor.
  • It is somewhat hard to understand the integrations into the UI.
  • Hoping for more metric choices.
Andrew Kawczynski | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

Nagios XI

Nagios XI 9.0
Based on 2 answers
Nagios XI support has plans to offer the following features:
  • Access to knowledgeable IT professionals – including support staff and developers.
  • Access to customer-only tutorials, documentation, and content in the Nagios Library.
  • Access to customer-only boards on our support forum for expedited assistance.
  • Access to customer-only email support for fast, confidential assistance.
  • Discounts on future license purchases.
Eduin Zuloaga | TrustRadius Reviewer

TrueSight Pulse

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Alternatives Considered

Nagios XI

Nagios XI is better supported vs SolarWinds, needs less manual administration work vs Datadog and a lot less expensive for a long as you are willing to compromise on the look and some functionalities. Moreover, SolarWinds database design prevents one from storing any meaningful data for an extended period of time (creating averages of the averages of the averages), where Nagios could be set for keeping years of detailed information without large storage or the overutilized DB engine. In both Datadog and SolarWinds trials we could not get answers to many of our questions, configure working solutions out of the box by using the inline documentation. Nagios XI does not have limitations, offers such as AppOptics impose on the customers (making it very expensive and absolutely not a real life product). Overall, Nagios XI is a great tool, requiring a lot of R&D “yesterday” to make it beat all the competition on all fronts. That is assuming you have an extensive knowledge in the many areas of IT (thus knowing what should be monitored and how to interpret the data).
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

TrueSight Pulse

Datadog seems to have more freedom to build dashboards. They have more visualization types. However, Pulse seems to be better from a cost stand point. Pulse is able to accomplish everything we need, so no need to spend the extra cost.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Nagios XI

  • Reduction of at least 10% of false alarms.
  • Increased network traffic by 5%.
Eduin Zuloaga | TrustRadius Reviewer

TrueSight Pulse

  • Positive in alert notifications.
  • Positive in keeping environment up time.
  • Positive in being able to monitor various metrics and meters.
Andrew Kawczynski | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Nagios XI

Pricing Details

Nagios XI

General

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

Nagios XI Editions & Modules

Additional Pricing Details

TrueSight Pulse

General

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

TrueSight Pulse Editions & Modules

Edition
Standard$81
Advanced$121
  1. month
Additional Pricing Details
Pricing reflect discount for annual subscription. Month to month pricing is $12 for Standard, $15 for Advanced

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