FusionReactor On-prem APM vs SaaS APM

Feature set and pricing

FusionReactor On-Prem APM and Fusion Reactor Cloud APM have different UI’s. Cloud APM customers can use both the SaaS UI and the On-premise APM UI, see our license page for details.

Find out more about our flagship FusionRactor Ultimate edition.

Features and capabilities On-Prem APM Ultimate License Cloud APM Ultimate License
Monthly cost – Annual Commitment $79 $79
Granular Metric Data retention 1 Day 7 Days
Aggregate Metric Data retention 1 Week 90 Days
Google Single Sign-On No YES
Individual user log-in No YES
On-demand billing No YES
Application Aggregate View (See combined metrics from multiple applications) No YES
Alerting and reporting Basic Advanced
Customizable Metric Dashboard No YES
Log monitoring No Coming soon
Containers per license 1 4
Archived Log Storage (from captured metrics) Limited by disk space
Premium support YES YES
Annual Health Check YES YES
Production Debugger YES YES
Event Snapshots – automated root cause analysis YES YES
Code Profiler – see performance bottlenecks YES YES
Memory Profiler – Spot memory leaks and pinpoint excessive object creation YES YES
Thread Profiler – See the state of running threads and quickly isolate blocked threads YES YES
CPU profiler – Monitor thread CPU performance YES YES
Enterprise Dashboard YES YES
LDAP Integration YES No
User Accounts – Admin, Manager, Observer YES YES
Application Performance Monitoring YES YES
Database Performance monitoring YES YES

Why choose FusionReactor On-Prem APM?

FusionReactor On-prem APM vs SaaS APM, FusionReactor

In today’s containerized world it is no big surprise that many APM’s have migrated to the Cloud. It is worth remembering that the key difference between on-prem (on-premise) and Cloud (Saas) software is where it resides. On-premise software is installed locally, on your business’ computers and servers, where cloud software is hosted on the vendor’s server and accessed via a web browser. On-prem gives you far greater security and far fewer privacy issues.

  • On-prem is ideal for those running monolithic applications
  • Is often preferred by governments, education, healthcare, and verticals where security is paramount