BMC TrueSight Operations Management Scalability

Vice President of Managed Services at Park Place Technologies
Our focus is to get 16,000 customers in TrueSight. We're walking up that scale every day. Once we figured the filtering out, we started getting the scalability. Prior to that, we were going the wrong way on scalability. But the elasticity seems to be there, the ability scale. View full review »
Paul Mercina
Director Product Management at Park Place Technologies
We have a unique use case because BMC typically sells this solution into enterprises that are deploying it within their IT, versus to a managed services provider like us where we're supporting thousands of customers. Multi-tenancy and the scalability have been challenges along the way, as we've grown. But BMC has really been a great partner helping us address those things. Building that kind of scale and multi-tenancy into the product would serve companies, the way we're deploying it. It's a little different than what BMC is used to, but that would be one thing I would put out there. If anything could have gone better as we were ramping this up and adding a lot of volume to it, I would say it's the scalability. That would be one thing that could be improved. View full review »
Sravanti Bhandaram
It Consultant at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
No issues with scalabilty. The customers where I have implemented this have ranged from small to very large. I have never faced any deployment challenges in any of these cases. View full review »
Project Manager with 51-200 employees
Only issue we experienced with scalability was that the maximum growth needs to be catered for in the initial build. Planning needs to be done carefully. View full review »
Lead Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
No issues with scalability. We can increase resources vertically, according to growth in infrastructure. View full review »

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