We think PRTG is great, of course, but what do others say
who have tested the software thoroughly?
The message is clear: PRTG stands out due to its excellent usability, a very good
price-performance ratio and that we continually add new features and functions.
"Businesses that want to monitor everything on their network without having to worry about extra costs or unsupported devices will find Paessler’s PRTG Network Monitor a fine choice. It dishes out sensors a bit more liberally than you’ll probably want, but these can be easily moved to where they’re needed, resulting in a monitoring solution that’s not only highly capable but good value."
"As long as you understand what kind of infrastructure you need to monitor and you don’t mind the licensing structure, PRTG is a powerful and even user friendly product. While the feature set can be a bit overwhelming, IT pros will find it hard to run out of options."
"Paessler’s PRTG Network Monitor 18.4 presents a well-designed console that tells you everything you need to know about your network. The huge range of sensors makes it a compelling choice for businesses of all sizes and the all-inclusive price means there are no hidden costs to worry about."
"With PRTG the possibilities are endless. Recognising this, Paessler have set up PRTG Scriptworld a site where users can share scripts they have created in an open-source setting. The possibilities are endless, as are the ways users can utilise the data collected."
"If you're looking for a comprehensive, user-friendly monitoring solution, it's well worth checking out PRTG Network Monitor. The platform can scale to networks of any size, meaning that it's suitable for both small and larger firms. Not only does it measure traffic to ensure your networks aren't suffering undue strain, but the software also scans system components for any sign of failures - helping to avoid catastrophic outages."
"PRTG Version 16 does a lot more than just monitor networks. It offers easy-to-understand insights into network operations. PRTG accomplishes that with a client-server configuration, where the primary console as well as the associated databases and logic is installed on a workstation or server and functions as the centralized information repository."
"Paessler's solution is awesome; I highly recommend that anyone running a network needs this tool. Start small and stick with monitoring the most critical elements of your organisation first. Then only your imagination will limit what you can monitor from there."