4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Dec 7, 2015
Product implementation was straight forward and performed as advertised. Overall cost to performance delivered a better ROI for our system then the competitors.
Bring your system administrators on board early in the process.
Ease of use and non-complex implementation.
No issues, performed as advertised.
Implemented the product sooner. Address shared services accounts as a part of the initial implementation.
Tech support is very capable and responsive.
2 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 8, 2015
Inconsistent results, poor performance, long lead times to enhancements.
Test the product and make sure it fits your needs.
Ability to manage a very large array of platforms.
Constantly breaking, especially after upgrades, or with increase in performance needs.
Provide consistent results over time.
Don't believe the hype, do a deep technical analysis, and TEST IT OUT!
Technically can do a lot, but doesn't do a great job at any of them, even the most basic.
Fortunately we used another vendor to help us deploy.
2 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 6, 2015
Support for the product seems to have lagged.
Examine the length of the time the tool has been in use.
IT was cost effective.
Support has not kept up with the demand.
Continue to aggressively innovate and support their product.
I would pick up a company that has a proven track record in the space.
The product support has not kept up to its promise.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jun 9, 2015
Just recently implemented. Vendor has been fine so far.
Easy to set up.
3 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jun 8, 2015
Accelops is willing to bend over backward for us to gain market share and possible references.
Get solid info on how it scales. The cost of hot DB vms is heavy. This is not a throw-it-in and run kind of a product, for it needs deep support. Leverage their "collectors." for they can pre-offload branch info. Understand the 3 factors and whether you already have those systems in place. (If so, dig into integration.)
Collectors for branch offices are helpful, and the integration of the three major modules is interesting, but may overlap.
Licensing is odd. Understand it well.
Inform us of the sizing needs.
Right-sizing; if one does WMI, it's a heavy hit on production servers, and as it hits the ESX system, it MUST pull in all VMs, even if test or R&D, e.g. temp, servers.