CA Performance Management Scalability

Travis Blablack
Manager Network Operations at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
Scalability is yet to be determined, as we continue to build out our infrastructure. But so far, as we've been adding new portfolios, new domains, we haven't had any challenges with regard to the performance of the tool as it's managing additional devices in our environment. View full review »
Supervisor Of Event Management And Monitoring at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I am happy with the scalability for right now. It is better in the later versions. The company is 25,000 employees. Our department consists of two groups that work together. We are broken up into a monitoring group and a network group, both use the tool, probably about 20 of us. Maybe a little more that use the tool to get what we need out of it. View full review »
Network Specialist
We have never had a problem with scalability. We've always been quite well under what it can do. View full review »
Infrastructure Services Engineer Sr, Enterprise Network at a insurance company
No issues with PM. We use other products like NFA and ADA. We've had scalability issues in those areas, but with PM we have not. I don't think we've run into a situation where we have too much. We actually designed our system around a million interfaces to monitor, and I think we're probably less than half a million at this point. View full review »
Senior Systems Engineer
Currently we're not facing any issue with our infrastructure. There are around 5000 devices monitored using CA Performance Management. To be frank, I don't have any idea what the capacity of the product is, going forward. But currently, I don't see any issue with the capacity, the amount of devices. The 5000 devices are monitored from data collectors housed in three datacenters. View full review »
Jeremiah Dinardo
Network Engineer at Wells Fargo
Scalability is great. We would like more because we are almost at the limit or at least the advertised limit for the system. I know they are working to move their four million data pulled metrics up to 10 million. So, that will be a lot better for us, just because we have such a large enterprise. View full review »
Distinguished Engineer at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
It has high scalability. You can have thousands of devices inside and hundreds of thousands of interphases without a problem. View full review »
Josh Bovee
Senior Network Engineer at Jack Henry & Associates
Scalability is the reason we bought the product to begin with. It was designed from the ground up for carrier-grade services, and we are in effect a MSP ourselves. So we were really interested in looking at something to be able to handle the multi-tenancy and scale as large as possible. This was the only solution that we really considered at that level. View full review »
Infrastructure Services Engineer Sr, Enterprise Network at a insurance company
No issues with scalability. View full review »
Team Lead at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
I have mixed feeling about the scalability. I feel like there are things which are being put into UIM right now that are not being included in Performance Center that we need to see in Performance Center. We are kind of being driven to buy UIM, and I can't justify it. There are just some charts and views that we can't build in Performance Center right now. View full review »
Consultant at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
No issues with scalability, and we even worked with a customer with more than 20K devices within the system. View full review »
Consultant Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
No issues with scalability. View full review »
Zaldy Biete
Global Network Operations | Infrastructure Services at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I haven’t encountered any scalability issues. View full review »

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