Bromium Scalability

Hugh Percy
Manager of Cyber Security Operations at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The scalability is fine. We have not rolled it out enterprise-wide because we have a very complex system here and we like to roll out everything in sections. The scalability of Bromium would be conducive to a small, medium, or large enterprise. I don't think that would be a problem at all. In my organization, we have about 150 users of it, and that number is growing rapidly. They are mostly clinicians and radiologists. We have plans to increase usage in the future. The first thing we want to do is complete using Bromium throughout our Radiology department. As you can imagine, we have quite a large Radiology staff, so we want to cover that because the use case in that department has been a tremendous benefit to us. After we do that, we're going to roll it out into other sections that have had issues with the traditional antivirus. What I mean by issues is, if the antivirus is scanning the system at a specific time, especially when that device is in use, it interrupts that device because it's scanning a file that is very sensitive. To alleviate that, we would have to put in an exclusion for that file path or that file. When we come across issues like that, we would use Bromium to help protect the system to not interfere with the use of the system. View full review »
Director11e9
Director of Information Security with 1,001-5,000 employees
The scalability is good now. The thing you've got to balance is that there is definitely some extra resource use on the endpoints. But with their current version it's been getting better and better and better. We have it on between 2,500 and 3,000 endpoints and I know there are companies that are much bigger than us that have it deployed on many more. View full review »
Director78fd
Director of IT Security, Risk and Compliance. at a pharma/biotech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's very scalable. Scalability is not anything that concerns me with the product. View full review »
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ProductL9ac5
Product Lead at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
It definitely is resource intensive, and it needs proper hardware to run, usually 8GB of RAM and no less than that unless you want problems. Most of our problems were because of lack of proper hardware to carry the load. View full review »
it_user570567
Director with 51-200 employees
We haven't encountered any problems with scalability at all. View full review »
Toby Cruz
Senior Program Manager Office 365 at a pharma/biotech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
No scalability issues. We deployed the software to 50,000+ workstations and endpoints, VMs were OOS. View full review »
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