Automic Workload Automation Scalability

Vinit Choudahry
Technical Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It's very scalable. It's easy. You just add on the resources and you are there. The management server doesn't get loaded up, it doesn't have to process anything. That makes it cheaper as well. Scalability is pretty easy. View full review »
SrProduc3570
Sr Production Control Analyst at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
Scalability is a 10 out of 10. View full review »
Irvin Carney
DevOps Engineer at 84.51
It seems very scalable. It is one of things, where there are a 100 ways to do something, and that is a good thing and a bad thing. You can do it the bad way and it will not be scalable, or you can do it the better way and it will be scalable. So, on its face, it is very scalable, but it definitely depends on how you implement it. View full review »
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Marc Massie
Data Operations Lead at 84.51
The scalability is out of this world. We're a shop that has about 40 clients. When I say "clients", we have our own group, our own area to work in - production - and a couple of test environments. That's three clients. We've got about forty or fifty clients in our company. Different groups have their production, test, and development areas. But we can scale that out to 300 or 500 clients if we need to, without changing anything. It's a logical division, not a physical one. The scalability of the tool itself, is really fantastic. It lets you work in your own silo, and you can have as many silos as you want. View full review »
Ruairi Brennan
IT Manager at ESB
One of the areas that we are looking at is using Automic in the cloud. Diversity is actually more important to us than the scalability at this point. For example, where can we leverage Automic to automate and improve efficiencies in our organization? View full review »
Christine Bauder
Assistant Director of Production Services
No issues with scalability. View full review »
Marcel Specht
IT Automation Specialist at Dm- Drogerie Markt
Sometimes, we have some performance problems. I am not sure it is because of the software. It might be because we have a huge amount of objects in our system. In this case, it can happen that we often have performance problems. I am not sure if it is because of the product, it is more because of the objects in our system. Because the product is based on the SQL Database, we have too many activations. The scalability is limited by the SQL in the background, and that is a problem. If you want to take jobs to other systems, you must build the developer our way. At the moment, we are building a new system. We have it for every country and have separated it for machines. It is mostly getting better, but the scalability to build it on new systems or to split it is not so easy. View full review »
Technica1d50
Technical Architect at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Scalability scales up and down. We are a fairly small shop right now. I would say we are scaling. We are slowly growing, but we are not anywhere on the scale of what the product can handle, especially talking with other customers that are much bigger than we are. We have had no issues with the scalability so far. View full review »
Eric Felker
Software Engineer at a media company with 10,001+ employees
I just saw a session here (at the CA World conference). We're nowhere near this, but the vendor - CA, Automic - they just increased scalability way more. Like I said, we'll probably never get to this, the point that they've increased it to. It's very scalable. We have two nodes that are highly available. You can add new nodes if you need that. You can take a node, a total node, down and still be operating fine. It has a lot of scaling to it. View full review »
Mohamed Elazzouzi
Production Systems Engineer at Sofrecom
We can use ONE Automation with many other applications like ServiceNow and Jenkins. This is the scalability for me, that there are many possibilities with this tool. We can use it with many other technologies. It is really good. The company where we are doing this work is looking at expanding into banking, and that would happen in many countries. Of course, this would give us more work with Automic Workload Automation. The objective is that all applications for this client are within ONE Automation. View full review »
Jared Kessans
Lead Systems Administrator at Great American Insurance
In terms of scalability, it's been able to do everything we want and we're probably using one percent of the resources, day to day. We'll have up to 100 people logged into the system and it just runs. It still gets good response. View full review »
Axel Lambrecht
Systems Engineer at Merck KGaA
It is quite stable in terms of size and requirements. The stable environment does not matter that much. However, the product, with it types of agents, and the sizeable automation engine, seems to be highly scalable. View full review »
SystemsE3ac2
Systems Engineer at a tech services company
I am a little new to the administration. At the moment, we are planning the new release where it will be easier to scale it to our needs. Though, I can't say anything about the actual version that we use at the moment. View full review »
VInce Sola
Manager, Application Administration at a leisure / travel company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We do not have any scalability issues. View full review »
Hubert Rossle
System Specialist at a tech services company
We have a large batch with many objects in the CA system. Therefore, we are always at the upper end of the performance that the product can handle. The search is sometimes very slow. I have heard in the B12 version that there is a new solution for this issue, but I don't know if it is usable because they duplicate the database and then you can search there, not the online database. We just moved to the B12 version, so we will see how it work. The rest of the performance is okay. View full review »
Irvin Carney
DevOps Engineer at 84.51
Very scalable. I know they just talked about adding support for hundreds of thousands of agents, and I know it goes up to like a thousand clients per engine, so you can do a lot with that. It's a very scalable solution. We have a lot more capacity probably than we have use cases for it right now. View full review »
AutomicJ40b0
Automic Job Developer at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
Scalability is good for us. We are growing, so this is perfect for us. It is easy to scale. So, it is good. View full review »
Aicke Sandrock
Engineering Job Scheduling at IT S Care
We have one server, and it has enough hardware with no problems at all. View full review »
Automati60f2
Automation Engineer at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
It is very scalable. We have in one environment one and a half to two million executions a day. We are one of their bigger customers. View full review »
Consulta4f85
Consultant
The scalability works fine. My impression is on the implementation at the customer. If the hardware and the base implementation were implemented carefully, it scales fine because you need to take care of the database on a lower level. On the network infrastructure, if you start a lot of server nodes, then it works fine. View full review »
Ali Imran
Head of Branchless Banking at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
We haven't seen any issues related to scalability. View full review »
Uc4Admindd71
UC4 Administrator at a financial services firm
There are so many possibilities to be used from this product, and every company is using it in their own very special way. Though, I don't think every company is using it 100 percent for all of its possibilities. There are a lot of areas that you can go with it. View full review »
Martin Mertens
Manager of Global Process Automation at Adidas Group
It is a very scalable product, not only for Workload Automation, but also for the other products provided by Automic or CA Automic. You can use the baseline, the automation engine, and scale up what you need. View full review »
Mladen Stankovic
Systems engineer at a comms service provider with 5,001-10,000 employees
Scalability is fine. We have a cluster and two active-active nodes, so it is very easy to scale. View full review »
UnixAdmiff01
Unix Administrator at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We are a small organization. We do not run that many jobs, so we do not plan on scaling it up much. View full review »
Alain Feyereisen
Application Operating Service Manager at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
It is very scalable. You can use it for a small or big company, so it works in both cases, and also with little or big development teams. View full review »
Adrian Northage
Automic Admin at IT Service Solutions Service Delivery
With some of the newer features, we have been able to do new things with them. We are always in demand in our company, someone asking us, "Can you do this or can you do that?" View full review »
Phil-Taylor
Director at WageWorks
I don't know about scalability yet. I do know that because of what seems to be a simple solution, we are looking at Automic and, CA in general, for ways that we can leverage the technology in our other areas. View full review »
ArchiveA93e0
Archive And Research And Development Lead at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The scalability is good. We've got more than Oracle jobs, we've got Windows and SQL Servers so we can do quite a bit. View full review »
SystemsA7501
Systems Analyst at a tech services company
We can expand it. We have products and software in the firm, and we do the risk management. Risk management from Atomic could be in the next year, and this will be a difficult change for us and the product which we run at the moment. View full review »
Automati4bee
Automation Engine Admin at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
It provides a large scale for us, because it is flexible, in terms of usage. We have done a proof of concept within this application. View full review »
Rolf-Peter Langer
Admin Developer And SAP Admin at a wholesaler/distributor
The company can expand with this product. Every time I bring in new ideas for solutions, it is with this product. View full review »
Matthias Wanke
Automation Engineer at Ing-Diba Ag
The scalability is okay, as we are not scaling so much. View full review »
Enzo Fusco
Systems Engineer at Consoft Systemi
I have not tested scalability. From what I read, it has a very high scalability without downtime. View full review »
SeniorPrd2b5
Senior Programmer at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is scalable. Though, it costs to scale. While, it is scalable, the add-ons are expensive. View full review »
Michael K.
Systems Administrator at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Scalability is great. View full review »
Tomas Ferenc
ICT Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
You can do a lot of customization and build your architecture and hierarchy as you want it. Since you are able to save resources and costs, you can grow your business. View full review »
Bartlomiej Stawecki
Consultant at Project Management.Pl
The product has huge potential. I never sold its huge potential for scalability. View full review »
Software66d6
Software Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Scalability is okay. We have tried to integrate it everywhere. My boss tried to get it on everything, so we have to stop him sometimes. However, normally, it can handle everything that we have. View full review »
Associated2d
Associate Director at Pbb Deutsche
The scalability is good because you can add on as many services and processes as you want. View full review »
Ryan Bryers
UK CTO with 5,001-10,000 employees
At the moment, it is as scalable as we need it to be. View full review »
SeniorSy2f47
Senior Systems Engineer at a non-tech company with 11-50 employees
It has endless scalably. We can add new Clients from zero to 9,999, and we only use 10 Clients. We can add agents up to 500,000. We can also add RAM, disk space, and CPUs. View full review »
Erwin Antona
User at Aci
So far scalability is good. View full review »
Departme91c0
Department Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The scalability in the SAP area is very good. We are able to provide hundreds of different services and system incidences. I see a huge possibility in cloud solutions. We are looking to offer future services out of the cloud. View full review »
Yalin Yuksel
System Specialist at Türkiye İş Bankası
It is very scalable. We use it in every aspect of our IT operations, and the scalability is very good. View full review »
Worker32ab
Worker
We have had no problems with the scalability so far. View full review »
Hesham ElSheikha
Workload Automation Expert at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
It is very scalable. View full review »
Wolfgang Tappert
Consultant at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
The scalability is very good. View full review »
Christoph Meyer
Team Lead at a financial services firm
The scalability is great. View full review »
Achim Henkman
Service Management at Siemens Industry
It has a normal scale for working with the tool. View full review »
Carsten Berger
Senior System Engineer at a pharma/biotech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is scalable. We can grow it out. View full review »
SystemsAeeb4
Systems Administrator at Athene Deutschland Service Gmbh
The scalability is very good. We can scale it however we want. We have seen new add-ons, such as the event machine. There is always something to augment. You have to improve your systems, but there are no seen limits. View full review »
Norbert Bollinger
Production Services at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is a scalable product. It is a very strong instrument for job scaling. View full review »
Supporte6e9e
Supporter at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
It is scalable. View full review »
Roman Rauchwarter
Systems Analyst at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
It is scalable. View full review »
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