Aqua Security Scalability

Cem Gurkok
Lead Security Engineer at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
We didn't have any problems with scalability. Their architecture provided the means to scale as the enterprise grew, so we were actually expanding the rollout with Aqua Security. The way they architected it, you could actually have a single command-and-control center and have multiple gateways into various environments that rolled up to the command center. That way, even if you had thousands of environments, you could just segment them up and manage them individually through a central location, rather than having a huge blob of things that wouldn't scale properly. The federated, distributed approach they provided let us scale throughout the enterprise. View full review »
DirEng3598
Director of Engineering at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
It works for our scale. We don't push it to extraordinary extremes, but for our scale, it has worked fine. View full review »
PrincipCl677
Senior Principal Consultant Cloud/DevOps/ML/Kubernetes at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
We have thousands of dedicated users. They are pharmacists, healthcare providers, doctors, insurance companies, etc. They are the end users. On our staff are the administrators. View full review »
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