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Protiviti, Inc. | 4.3 SP3 P1 on Windows 2019

Windows, Windows Server 2019 Base 2019 R2 - 64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI)

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    Financial Services

We use Protiviti as our PCI DSS assessor & have for many years.

  • September 27, 2022
  • Review provided by G2

What do you like best about the product?
They understand payment scheme requirements and our business are easy to work with. We have always been able to complete our audits in a timely fashion and cost effective manner.
What do you dislike about the product?
There really isn't anything that we dislike about them. If I had to knitpick then I would say that we could get started with these audits earlier in a year to give us more time to complete them but that's much on us as it is on them & over the years, we have made adjustments to our schedule.
What problems is the product solving and how is that benefiting you?
We use Protiviti as our PCI DSS assessor & auditor & have for many years. Protiviti conducts our annual PCI DSS onsite audit which we are required to go through as a Tier 1 payment service provider.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
My recommendation is to give them a shot. You won't regretted.

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BOBJ on a budget!

  • June 21, 2016
  • Review verified by AWS Marketplace

This 5-named-user AMI is a good value when compared to setting up trial versions of the software on your own for a quick pilot or proof-of-concept project. It could also make a decent on-demand development environment for small orgs, or a nice "sandbox" for larger teams.

My usage consisted of spinning up an x3.large instance, installing some drivers to talk to PostgreSQL (via RDS) and building a universe and Web-I reports for a POC. I was the only developer so I turned off the instance when not actively developing or demoing. The Windows server password is available via standard EC2 admin screens, while the BO admin password is auto-generated and placed on the desktop as a text file.

A couple of notes: The monthly licensing is done via calendar month so if your project crosses into the 1st day of a month you will need to pay the monthly license fee for the entire 30 day period. However your first month is prorated, depending on when in the month you sign-up.

And there is an add'l hourly software license charge on top of the monthly fee and standard EC2 usage charges. Like EC2 usage though, you can shutdown the instance to avoid these hourly costs if you don't need the server 24/7. You always pay the monthly fee, regardless, until you shutdown your instance and then click the "Cancel Subscription" button on AWS Marketplace's 'Your Software' screen.

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