CA Agile Central Scalability

Director Delivery at a hospitality company with 10,001+ employees
Regarding scalability, I don't know. I only know how we're using it as a company. Like I said, I think there's probably more that we could be doing. We're just not quite there yet. View full review »
Robert Clee
Senior IT Manager at a insurance company with 201-500 employees
Since we are more of a Waterfall shop, as we bring new teams into the agile approach, I think it is quite scalable for us. However, it will probably be a more longer term poll. View full review »
Test Automation Architect at CenturyLink
The scalability is definitely good because for a company like ours, with a huge amount of data month over month and year over year - with every release the data piles up. We are not going to delete any of the historical data. So far the scalability is good. View full review »
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Dave Lash
PMO Manager at Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.
Scalability is getting better. It used to not be as good, but they are adding some features that make it easier to build portfolio items in. The problem before was that there were just a lot of little bugs where you create a project in one place and it would not continue to exist in another. Also, there were not very good templates or anything. So, they are improving on that. View full review »
Project Manager
Scalability works well for us. View full review »
Senior Analyst Developer at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I don't think we've had to worry about scalability too much yet. We just use it for one piece of software still, right now. So it's still very small, we're almost kind of piloting it right now. View full review »
Senior Engineer Manager at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I haven't had much of a problem with scalability. It seems quite scalable. View full review »
Quality Assurance Manager at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
IT Manager at DISH Network Corporation
It requires better scalability for the implementation of the whole suite. We do not use it in that fashion, and visibility is sometimes a problem. We are housed with our business units and we are a Fortune 200 company, but not all the elements of the business units can always see an aspect of a project or stories. They can't get those stories, which are not necessarily visible. I happen to manage development on a product that has impact across all business units, across all business departments. So, I have to do some housekeeping, and maintenance in trying to broadcast what we are changing about the software to those other units that do not necessarily have the ability to see those changes, or awareness that those changes are happening. View full review »
Katherine Cox
Reservations Supervisor at a transportation company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It slows down a little bit if you have a lot of information in there. It seems to work really well, however. I like the personalization of the home screen because I may not want to look at everything, i.e., the same things that other people want to look at. So it's nice to be able to personalize my home screen. I have a lot of stuff on my home screen, and it seems to be able to handle it just fine. View full review »
Jon Regan
Director, Curriculum Development at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
I see no problems with scalability. In addition to what we're doing, I know our Services team and Product Development team are using the product, so I expect scaling is not an issue. View full review »
Ricardo Pianta
Engineer Manager at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
I do not have a bunch of users. I have not tried scaling it. View full review »
Kent Seaman
Director Of Tool Chain Automation at American Express
Scalability has been good. Again, the reporting, helps with it. View full review »
SCRUM Master at Transunion
It scales well in terms of setting up the workspaces and the hierarchy, we find that that works really well. View full review »
Shane Mckee
Director Of Enterprise Architecture at Best Western
The scalability is fine. We don't have a huge development team, so it doesn't really need to scale that big. View full review »
Bryan Nelson
Agile Coach at T-Mobile
That is one of the advantages of CA Agile Central: Its ability to scale. Other tools that we have looked at or heard of, that is one of the limitations they have. The reason why we use Agile Central is its ability to scale across teams of teams. View full review »
Thomas Hall
Director of Delivery at Physicians Mutual Insurance
We have had no scaling issues with Agile Central. We have worked anywhere from a couple of teams up to about 15 to 20 teams on Agile Central. View full review »
Senior Consultant at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Scalability is good. Based on what we have done so far, it is scalable. No problems faced so far. We have a solution group as well, Testing Services within our organization. If we are looking for any modification within the tool, we can go to them saying, "Okay, when the tool came in it had a particular layout of, say, 100 fields. But based on my requirements, I want to improvise that, I don't need them. Eighty fields are good, but the remaining 20 fields I want to change over to this, make it more meaningful, more for my own organization. Customization. So when we go to the Testing Services group, they take their time to have it implemented on Agile Central and then we pull a report. For example, the Defect Dashboard. Now, the Defect Dashboard came with some basic things. My anticipation regarding the Defect Dashboard is, I need to see more details, like what was the root cause, sub-root cause. I track it down to that level. So that customization we can easily do. That makes it helpful. View full review »
Manager Application Developer at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
Scalability hasn't been an issue. I wish it were, but so far the adoption has been good. We have a ways to go before I would imagine that there would be any scalability issue. View full review »
Senior Director at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
For scaling, we look for Agile Central to be the leader for the software that's going to get us to the next 4.5 Scaled Agile Framework. View full review »
Jason Jorgenson
Senior Developer Analyst at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
I'm not sure how well it scales. It's worked so far with our team. View full review »
It scales very well. It improves in technology constantly and gets up to speed with the latest and greatest. Basically, all the functionality. View full review »
Software Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
I guess if it can give more integration, something like Outlook, and more automated instead of manual entries, then scalability would be OK. We have around five thousand people using the tool. View full review »
Frederic Ferrant
Scrum Master for a Big International Bank in Belgium at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
We are a big company. We have about 170 teams, and we find it scalable. It has been used for more than 1500 people at our company. View full review »
Commercial Manager at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
We are not sure so far on this as we haven’t used it long enough but we hope it will be scalable View full review »
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