FireMon is massively scalable fully certified to support over 15,000 devices. Tufin requires technical workarounds that drive costs upwards as your business requirements grow.
FireMon delivers true real-time monitoring with excellent performance in cloud and hybrid environments, even with thousands of devices. Tufin is only able to provide data from a specific point-in-time.
FireMon has the technology to have a complete and accurate accounting of changes to policies across all networks. Tufin has separate non-intergraded modules for Palo Alto or Cloud that are outside their main portal.
FireMon provides automated tracking of all configuration changes and makes the data readily available on a single dashboard, while Tufin requires manual data polling for configuration analysis.
FireMon doesn’t limit the way security teams can search for policy configurations. Tufin has restrictions on the way teams can search data making analysis more difficult and time consuming.
FireMon provides integrated analysis of both network risks and vulnerabilities. Tufin limits this type of analysis to third party integrations.
FireMon doesn’t bog down with data so critical data will never need to be purged. With Tufin you will only have access to 180 days of historical data before performance issue limit the solution.
FireMon delivers real-time reporting delivering a flexible reporting with over 350+ control checks that can be tailored to your environment. Tufin does not allow customization of reports to meet organizational needs
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We've heard from customers that Tufin baggage can weigh them down.
- Tufin cannot scale over 1,000 devices
- Tufin is constantly breaking due to their custom workflows
- Tufin doesn’t allow users to see everything on one pane of glass
- Tufin doesn’t have the reporting capabilities needed
- Tufin forces users to purchase new applications each time they have a need
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