Micro Focus SiteScope Reviews

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Aaron Hartzler profile photo
Score 8 out of 10
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SiteScope is definitely well suited in an HP server environment. It is also well suited for virtual server environments. It is also well suited for those who are happy with email and text based message alerting.

It may not be appropriate in other environments where monitoring physical components is critical. Because HP SiteScope does not monitor certain physical components, it does fall short of being able to be a "one stop shop solution" in regard to monitoring. It is not well suited for those looking for logic in how alerts are sent and cascade to other people or groups.

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Ankur Arora profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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It is well suited for remote/agentless monitoring. If installing an agent is not an option, then HP SiteScope is a great tool to use. All you need is to set up a user/service account to enable monitoring and start collection metrics.
It is not appropriate for a very large scale environment as the tool has some scalability issues.
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Score 7 out of 10
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SiteScope is very well suited to emulate users to log into sites. Any product can tell you whether a service is running but SiteScope can also perform performance metriocs on response tiles and alert if you fall above or below a threshold depending on how you set up the monitor.
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HP sitescope is mostly used if we need infrastructure monitoring. And in most companies, we have many servers and need to monitor their health and so Sitescope is a good buy for all such scenarios. It is not very useful when we want to have dashboards and depictions based on the data from Sitescope. We can't index the logs and create regex operations from those logs like we do in other monitoring tools.
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Micro Focus SiteScope Scorecard Summary

Feature Scorecard Summary

Application monitoring (4)
8.0
Database monitoring (2)
6.1
Threshold alerts (4)
9.1
Predictive capabilities (3)
6.3
Application performance management console (3)
7.2
Collaboration tools (2)
7.1
Out-of-the box templates to monitor applications (4)
7.2
Application dependency mapping and thresholding (4)
7.7
Virtualization monitoring (3)
8.1
Server availability and performance monitoring (4)
8.2
Server usage monitoring and capacity forecasting (4)
7.1
IT Asset Discovery (2)
8.6

About Micro Focus SiteScope

Micro Focus’s SiteScope is an agentless application performance monitoring tool with hybrid support for connectivity across systems and vendors. SiteScope offers automation services, including automated incident remediation. The product also integrates workflows between applications across the user’s ecosystem, and Micro Focus offers over 8000 prebuilt workflows for out-of-the-box usability and rapid installation-to-monitoring processes.

SiteScope also allows for customizable issue thresholds and virtual machine management, enabling manual performance optimization. SiteScope monitors across servers, networks, virtualized environments, cloud products, and databases, and between disparate vendors as well.

Micro Focus SiteScope Technical Details

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