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SolarWinds Server & Application Monitor or HP SiteScope? Can You Spend Wisely and Get All the Power You Need?

Level 15

Do you have a lot of money sitting around, gathering dust? You do? Can I come over to visit?

Really though, in these days of “tighten your belt” budgets, it’s difficult to justify spending many thousands of dollars for software, many more thousands to implement it, and even more each year in maintenance. So if you’re considering HP SiteScope, you might take a look at SolarWinds Server & Application Monitor, the effective server monitoring tool and see just how far your budget can go. Spending wisely does not always mean sacrificing power and performance, sometimes it just means shopping at the right place.

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SAM’s evaluation period is 30 days, while HP’s is only 10 – which can make it hard to get a full picture of how the software fits into your environment. Plus, SAM, server performance monitoring tool is so easy to use, you can implement it and start monitoring your hardware, servers, and apps in no time. See the full comparison of HP SiteScope and SolarWinds Server and Application Monitor here.

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Level 15

Just completed migrating all of our Site Scope transactions into SEUM so that we can retire HP.

Level 12

Looking for Sitescope MIB's

About the Author
Christine joined the team in January ’09 and is currently a director of product marketing. She has experience in both very large and very small tech companies, and thinks that SolarWinds is just right.  She’s been in technology for about fifteen years doing project and product management. She loves Austin, but wishes CA would let us move Napa to Texas.