AlienVault OSSIM Scalability

RajaniKant Singh
CISO with 1,001-5,000 employees
I haven't explored scalability very much but the scalability is open. It's scalable up to a level where we can manage a mid-size business. As I said earlier, it is not suitable for the banking sector at all, because they require stringent controls and monitoring, real-time monitoring, which this tool doesn't have; at least, I haven't seen it. Perhaps it's my bad that I haven't seen this tool give me a proper response, on time. It takes time for it to give a response. View full review »
Salesengine67
Sales Engineer at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
The server is the "brain" of the system, and there are the sensors. They are like collectors of information for the server. It depends on the size of the business and on geographical issues connected to the business. You can install sensors in all of your branch offices and the server in your main office and it works well in this type of deployment. View full review »
MohamedMohsen
Founder & CEO at MnZ Technology Solutions
It's a very scalable product. I will say it is 100% scalable. It is currently managing the entire security of the firm, but it's managed by four members of our staff because it's a 24/7 operation. Three of them work shifts, and one of them is the supervisor. View full review »
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Tamer Serag Ahmed
Cyber Security Consultant at Besafe-tech
Scalability is very good. It integrates with a number of other products, such as the help desk. View full review »
BonganiMkwananzi
Owner & Cyber Security Consultant at Sekurisor
Scalability can be a bit tricky, especially for network devices. We have about 150 devices on the solution right now that I am monitoring. View full review »
Kuzey Aksu
Information Security Manager at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
From a scalability perspective, it's very good software. It is very scalable because it has a very flexible architecture. You can connect one source in one server, and then you can connect four additional ones off that. You can put one on in front of it and you can put four under it and you can put four each off of that, etc. It's pretty open to scalable architecture. View full review »
Seyed Mustafa GonzáLez
Development Manager at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The scalability of the solution is okay. We have about 100 users right now. View full review »
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