FusionReactor vs AppDynamics

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FusionReactor Vs AppDynamics

Compare AppDynamics with FusionReactor based on customer opinion

If you are considering implementing an Application Performance Monitor (APM) and comparing FusionReactor with AppDynamics, then looking at the reviews on G2.com is a great place to start. Reviews on G2.com are written by genuine users and are verified as actual customers before G2.com accepts the review.

The data on this post has been provided by G2.com (April 2022) and is taken from feedback from FusionReactor and AppDynamics customers about the APMs they reviewed.

FusionReactor Vs AppDynamics ROI

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FusionReactor vs AppDynamics, FusionReactor

FusionReactor delivers faster ROI

An APM is an investment that should significantly reduce Mean Time to Repair MTTR. As with any new software, there is often a steep learning curve, however, 67% of FusionReactor customers see a Return On Investment (ROI) within only six months or less. AppDynamics customers struggle to get a fast return on investment and only 9% of them get ROI within six months.

FusionReactor vs AppDynamics service ratings

When implementing a new APM, you want to know that there is a team available to help should things get tricky. FusionReactor scores 96% for Quality of Support compared to AppDynamics 82%

APM’s are complex and are designed to go deep into the software stack. Users want to experience time to value quickly and therefore it is important to have an easy setup. FusionReactor scores 87% compared with AppDynamics 78%.

When looking at Ease of Use FusionReactor again takes the lead scoring 88% compared to AppDynamics 84%

If you have gone through the process of starting a trial and configuring your system then you need to be assured that the APM Meets your Requirements.  95% of FusionReactor customers have said that it did meet their requirements compared with only 86% of AppDynamics users.

FusionReactor vs AppDynamics, FusionReactor
FusionReactor vs AppDynamics, FusionReactor

FusionReactor Vs AppDynamics Average Go Live Time

FusionReactor vs AppDynamics, FusionReactor
FusionReactor vs AppDynamics, FusionReactor

52% of FusionReactor users go live in less than one day

76% of FusionReactors users go live in under one month, 52% go live in less than a day. AppDynamics customers aren’t so fortunate it takes them on average 3 months to go live.

FusionReactor Vs AppDynamics Product Ratings

96% of FusionReactor customers said that they would recommend the FusionReactor APM

92% of customers believe that FusionRector is going in a good direction compared to 86% of AppDynamics. Customers believe that FusionReactor delivers them a single pane of glass, (97% vs 88%) with good dashboards and visualization (94% vs 87%).

Observability is more than a buzzword, it has become a must-have in the APM space. 96% of FusionReactors users believe that it delivers observability. Comparatively 92% of AppDynamics users believe that AppD delivers them observability.

A good APM should give you historical metrics but also deliver real-time analytics. 94% of FusionReactor customers say that it does which is compared favorably to 91% of AppDynamics customers.

FusionReactor vs AppDynamics, FusionReactor
FusionReactor vs AppDynamics, FusionReactor

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