ARCON Privileged Access Management Scalability

ManagerSb0ae
Manager (Systems) at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Earlier they were having issues, only releasing upgrades quarterly. Now they have changed the frequency to monthly, for about the last six months. So that is some kind of improvement. Updates are not a problem, our in-house team is capable of implementing them, even without support from the company. They provide documentation with the technical dependencies and the steps. View full review »
HeadOfIn0e84
Head of Information Security & Risk Assurance at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
We have never faced any issues with scalability. This product is scalable enough. There are: * Any number of services that you can add. * Any number of users who can use it. * Any number of infrastructure devices which can be added. View full review »
Prashant Maldikar
Head IT-Security at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We never had scalability issues. The primary issue will be storing the logs. The storage is attached to the SAN, so whenever there is a space crunch, in terms of storing the logs, we just increase the SAN storage. That's it. In terms of computer requirements, we never had an issue in terms of performance. View full review »
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SystemsEa521
Systems Engineer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We haven't had any scalability issues. View full review »
Consulta3e37
Consultant at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Our kiosk structure is a very good structure. It will just connect to a server and show you the screen. View full review »
Praveen Yadav
Information Security Professional at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
The scalability depends on the internal hardware. The software can handle a number of users and a number of servers. We started with about 100 servers. Now, we are around 900 servers. We have not found any issue in terms of scalability. View full review »
Anumod Kaimal
Senior Officer- Information Security
It is a scalable product. A year ago, our infrastructure was on-premise. Then, we moved to the cloud infrastructure. Even during that time, it was very easy for us to move this application and database from on-premise to cloud, as well as configure new things, such as load balancing. The product is very compatible. When we transitioned from our on-premise to the cloud environment, and even during the transition period, we did not face any challenges or any problems with this product. There was just minor tweaking that we had to do with the new features on the cloud, like failover, as well as autoscaling. View full review »
Farhad Hussain
Senior Consultant (e-Governance) Leveraging ICT for Growth, Employment and Governance at Bangladesh Computer Council
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