Microsoft SCCM is a large-scale configuration management solution that can support up to 400,000 managed nodes in a site hierarchy. Because it is designed for massive scale, it would be impractical, if not impossible for SCCM to operate in "real-time."
Using Goverlan, actions are executed in real-time and results returned immediately. With SCCM/ConfigMgr, tasks are executed only when a machine checks with the SCCM server for available tasks, making execution completion times harder to define. See the comparison chart below for a complete breakdown of how Goverlan can complete your SCCM implementation.