Are you tired of getting stuck with expensive hardware upgrades? Break out of the insanity with Corvil. Our software licenses are now transferable to new third party appliances, or to virtual machines in a private or public cloud with no extra cost.
Corvil is the industry benchmark for network data analytics and application-aware network performance monitoring in terms of cost, performance and capability. Corvil is now priced based on a software-defined appliance model enabling between 40-80 percent cost reduction compared to the approach used by traditional packet capture and network performance monitoring vendors.
Below is a comparison of a range of Corvil appliances with other leading network and application performance monitoring vendors. The new Corvil software-defined pricing includes a perpetual license for the Corvil network data analytics software. The Corvil price also includes all network performance monitoring analytics and application performance monitoring analytics including VoIP, Storage, Database, Web monitoring, etc., as well as real user monitoring or RUM. Some of the competitors charge separately for these capabilities so this comparison includes the additional charges you would pay with these traditional products. Finally, all prices assume one hardware refresh required in a 5 year cycle.
An industry-first, Corvil is redefining the economics of network data analytics and application-aware network performance monitoring by decoupling the analytics software from the underlying bare metal appliance hardware so that software and hardware are priced separately, with hardware sold at cost. Customers can buy the analytics software in a modular fashion with a choice of perpetual and subscription licenses.
Software licenses are now transferable to new third party white-box appliances, or to virtual machines in a private or public cloud without incurring additional costs. This provides 100 percent investment protection for the customer while delivering a 40 percent reduction in TCO over five years compared to the traditional approach in this comparison.