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Score 8.3 out of 100
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Likelihood to Recommend

NinjaRMM

Ninja is an affordable, fairly straightforward RMM that I feel is a good fit for smaller implementations. As your client base grows and the diversity of client needs grow you can start to see some of the limitations that Ninja has. Ninja's cloud based implementation is stable but they have been a little slow on the updates promised. We used to work more closely with them but we continued to see feature creep on items that weren't really important to us. The items we felt were important kept getting pushed back in the time-line with really no end in sight. Ultimately this is what pushed us to move onto a different platform.
Steve Ricketts | TrustRadius Reviewer

ThousandEyes

ThousandEyes works well for BGP monitoring (e.g. watching for hijacks, monitoring external reachability, etc.). If you are already using a tool to perform these functions like BGPmon, going with ThousandEyes can absorb a lot of those features and save on OpEx compared to running two different tools. ThousandEyes also does a great job with reports. A great example of this is tracking availability/uptime. You can build reports including information like "what percentage of time was I not down" and put together reports about how many nines you had last month and pat yourself on the back. If you didn't have a great month, it's possible to isolate incidents that may have led to that reduced uptime, and help yourself find leverage for upgrades or enhancement. As with any tool, ThousandEyes is not going to be a good fit for your organization if only one or two individuals are ever going to use it. At its core, it really shines as a collaborative troubleshooting tool; if you're the only one troubleshooting through ThousandEyes and other people or departments are using other tools, its usefulness starts to fade a bit.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Monitoring Tasks

NinjaRMM
8.3
ThousandEyes
Remote monitoring
NinjaRMM
9.6
ThousandEyes
Network device monitoring
NinjaRMM
5.2
ThousandEyes
Multiple Server Monitoring
NinjaRMM
8.9
ThousandEyes
Multi-device monitoring
NinjaRMM
8.5
ThousandEyes
Automated alerts and notifications
NinjaRMM
9.3
ThousandEyes

Management Tasks

NinjaRMM
8.0
ThousandEyes
Patch Management
NinjaRMM
7.3
ThousandEyes
Service configuration management
NinjaRMM
6.9
ThousandEyes
Software and hardware inventory
NinjaRMM
8.8
ThousandEyes
Policy-based automation
NinjaRMM
8.9
ThousandEyes

Reporting

NinjaRMM
6.2
ThousandEyes
Performance data reports
NinjaRMM
7.3
ThousandEyes
Customizable reporting
NinjaRMM
7.0
ThousandEyes
Data visualization
NinjaRMM
5.9
ThousandEyes
Risk analysis
NinjaRMM
4.6
ThousandEyes

Security

NinjaRMM
7.9
ThousandEyes
Data backup and recovery
NinjaRMM
6.8
ThousandEyes
Antivirus and malware management
NinjaRMM
8.1
ThousandEyes
Adinistraor access control
NinjaRMM
8.8
ThousandEyes

Network Performance Monitoring

NinjaRMM
ThousandEyes
8.2
Network monitoring
NinjaRMM
ThousandEyes
8.3
Baseline threshold calculation
NinjaRMM
ThousandEyes
8.8
Alerts
NinjaRMM
ThousandEyes
9.0
Network capacity planning
NinjaRMM
ThousandEyes
7.3
Network mapping
NinjaRMM
ThousandEyes
9.0
Customizable reports
NinjaRMM
ThousandEyes
8.7
Wireless infrastructure monitoring
NinjaRMM
ThousandEyes
6.5

Pros

NinjaRMM

  • Ninja team is always improving the product and listening to customers.
  • A lean agent installed on endpoints.
  • Ninja RMM offers a number of different add-ons at a reasonable price.
  • Provides insight into details of a PC or Mac.
  • Patch Management is very helpful in maintaining Windows and Software patches.
  • Software inventory and remote background un-installation is a life saver.
  • The dashboard is intuitive and easy to use.
  • Custom Alerts can be configured to monitor services or any problems that may be arising.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

ThousandEyes

  • Agent to Agent testing. Full round trip test. Have a customer using a Server Side API that is having an issue. Loan a Nuc, or have them install the ThousandEyes agent in their network. You'll find the issue guaranteed.
  • Device Layer vision - ability to see from the server, through the Firewall, switches Proxy and internet. Measure jitter, latency, response time, load time and see the path your packet takes.
  • Share your tests live. Provide the customer a link to a live test, they can see what you do, review your metrics and verify your tests. They can also use it as a tool to better their service. Build the trust and stickiness with your customers' most difficult users - the IT Operations team.
  • Validate your QOS and routes for VOIP, video conferences, and data traffic. Highly flexible and configurable complete with transaction-based testing, custom headers, calls and tools to mimic any scenario you need.
Kevin Duffey | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

NinjaRMM

  • While deploying an installer for extra software can be done through ninja, it is a little difficult. It has to be done as a scheduled action which is part of a policy. If I just need to install something on one endpoint, this is a difficult way to go about it.
Steve Radabaugh | TrustRadius Reviewer

ThousandEyes

  • The EndPoint agent (client installed on the user's PC) has very limited functionality, mostly only to monitor web (HTTP/HTTPS) transactions.
  • Synthetic monitoring only emulates connections to the respective server or other ThousandEyes agents. It does NOT emulate actual end-user transactions.
Manuel Ayala | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

NinjaRMM

NinjaRMM 8.0
Based on 2 answers
Ninja's interface is clean and simple. Overall usability from an interface perspective is good. Some items, policies and scripting for instance, are a bit cumbersome and it's really not clear how to implement with a best practice mind-site. Ninja RMM got the job done for us but as we pushed our needs more into automation and efficiency we felt it wasn't keeping up with our speed of growth. There is definitely usability in the product, and it will get the job done, but there are other RMM's out there that fit better in our business.
Steve Ricketts | TrustRadius Reviewer

ThousandEyes

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Support Rating

NinjaRMM

NinjaRMM 9.4
Based on 6 answers
They respond within an hour always and the Dojo community is very busy. You can usually find your answer there first before creating a support ticket.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

ThousandEyes

ThousandEyes 9.6
Based on 3 answers
The support team of ThousandEyes is very cooperative and also they provide solutions very quickly with extensive reasoning for sticking on a particular path. I have personally interact many times and get explanatory solutions for my queries and concern. So overall, they work well with great knowledge and expertise in their field.
Shashank Pathak | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

NinjaRMM

We felt that NinjaRMM gave us the best "bang for the buck" with the ability to remote control and included antivirus that was centrally managed and monitored on the cloud without needing any additional in house servers. NinjaRMM is very easy to use and the web interface is very fast and easy to get around.
Jon Quincy | TrustRadius Reviewer

ThousandEyes

ThousandEyes stands out from its competition on the below points:1) Their endpoint stability and robustness are better than other tools, which ensures that we detect even minor disruption in our services.2) Reporting & Alerting in ThousandEyes is far better than its competitors. 3) ThousandEyes' gui is web-based, with an easy to use design.4) It can integrate well with other interfaces, hence making it adjustable to your current setup.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

NinjaRMM

  • NinjaRMM has provided an excellent ROI for our Architectural office. With a single tool that also includes an antivirus software called Vipre, all the devices including servers & workstations can be monitored and protected from attacks.
  • NinjaRMM includes a programmed called TeamViewer. With TeamViewer the IT staff can remotely access computers outside the office to troubleshoot problems encountered. As long as the remote computer has an internet access, our IT staff can see the computer as if they're sitting at that location. This saves so much time and reduce costs for our IT staff to have to travel to the location to fix the problem.
  • NinjaRMM offers a web portal interface to monitor all devices from a single location. This saves the IT staff time from having to go before each computer to review its health & operating system updates.
Paul Li | TrustRadius Reviewer

ThousandEyes

  • We use the product to monitor our servers/hardware and added an APM tool to measure application specific performance. Between the two products we were able to save money over a previous solution.
  • ThousandEyes has a fast and efficient sales force and it is easy to get started with the product. You get to ROI faster with the tool because there is less overhead up front and the company is easy to contract with.
  • We are able to get real time hardware data on our environment that we can TRUST! Overall this product has already paid for itself.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Pricing Details

NinjaRMM

General

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

ThousandEyes

General

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

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

NinjaRMM
8.1
ThousandEyes
9.3

Usability

NinjaRMM
8.0
ThousandEyes

Support Rating

NinjaRMM
9.4
ThousandEyes
9.6

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