CA SSO Scalability

umairakhlaque78
Sr. Manager at Duroob
We are changing the architecture to scale it. View full review »
Manager1496
Manager with 10,001+ employees
It is scalable. It depends on where it's running, and on where it's deployed, and how it's configured. In our case, it is scalable. Some parts are scalable, not all parts. We do have some customized pieces within the product itself that we paid CA to build for us. Some of those things are not scalable. View full review »
JosephLaVigne
Security Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
It is immensely scalable. We have 18,000 employees running on six servers right now. They are not even at 10% usage, but to spin up more just to add a server and plug it in, it is ready to go. View full review »
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Anil Gaddi
Security Architect at Raymond James Financial, Inc.
We don't have, and have never had, any scalability challenges. View full review »
Maurice Shorrosh
Technology Director at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
It is very scalable. We have a very large customer base: 75 million customers. We have about 40 million log in a day. So, the scalability is very good. View full review »
Amlan Sahoo
Systems-Engineer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
No scalability issues. View full review »
Syed Aamer
IT Security Consultant at NIC KSA
Scalability-wise it's good. It's built into the product. View full review »
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