Aruba ClearPass Scalability

Security5e37
Security Automation and Incident Response at a tech services company
The scalability is good. We didn't have any problems there. We deployed it in 12 hours worldwide, so it's pretty scalable. There are about 2,500 users currently, in total. In terms of increasing our user base, we increase the license whenever we acquire a company so it depends on whether we're growing organically or not organically. It's in the pipeline, so once we buy a company they go through us, pick a stage, and we implement all the security enforcement for that company. So as long as we buy companies, we implement this as well. View full review »
it_user688896
WiFi Manager at Etisalat UAE
The scalability is good. We currently have about 100 users but we expect this to grow to 10,000 by the end of the year. So we plan to increase our usage. We won't need to employ extra staff because the support from Aruba is very good. View full review »
David Kariuki
Manager, Systems Technology at Ketraco
Scalability is fine because it's batched upon endpoint devices, and licensing. If you max out the endpoint devices that you want to manage, you just upgrade the license and get more scalability. The core server is running on virtualization, so you can expand the resources for you to be able to grow your server needs. View full review »
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Joe Hillenbrand
Network Administrator with 51-200 employees
Every time I extend my environment: mobile device management, a dashboard to see all my switches, controllers, access points, devices, and users. Aruba has had the best solution. View full review »
John LeBrun
Solution Design Engineering at Cigna
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