Checkmarx Scalability

Don Robbins
Software Configuration Manager at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
Checkmarx can scale up very easily. Anything that can be automated can be scaled. If I can automate it, I can scale it. Under the hood, it does the management of the scan engines well. We have some large code bases, that according to the Checkmarx internal people, based on the number of lines of code, everything is 100% optimized hardware-wise. The fastest that the scan should take is 13 hours. That's a full scan, an incremental is a little different. The problem with Checkmarx from that standpoint is, in our most active code base, we want it to be scanned frequently. At one point in time, it was taking up to 26 hours to do a single scan. We were scanning twice a week or four times a week. That same code base has two separate instances of itself. A long time ago they started as a common code base and then they split. Now, in essence, we have two products based on the same code base. We had to scan them twice a week. View full review »
Milind Dharmadhikari
Practice Head - IT Risk & Security Management Services at Suma Soft Private Limited
The solution is quite scalable. We are not using the SDLC edition, but with that version, the developers can use different plugins and initiate the scan from their own development environment. There are three or four members in our security team who use this tool. At the current time, we are happy with this solution and do not plan to increase its usage to the point where we need a different license. View full review »
reviewer971370
CEO at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
This solution is scalable, but it depends on the package you have purchased as some do not allow you to expand. View full review »
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Deepak Kamra
Vice President at Arisglobal Software Pvt Ltd
Their licensing fees are rigid and this causes two main issues. One is a restriction in terms of scaling the product at an enterprise level. The number of licenses required for a sizable business is just too large. The solution forces a user to apply for the licenses not directly to the software and the software products are defined in a curious way. For that reason, I wouldn't say it's great at scaling. View full review »
EduardoBeltran
Director and Co-Founder at Ushiro-tec
The scalability is good. We haven't had any problems with it. View full review »
reviewer1375824
Technical Lead at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have different team members on the solution in the UK and India. It's only available to those directly involved in the security aspects of our company. View full review »
CyberSecAn08987
Cyber Security Analyst at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
The scalability is very good. View full review »
Bus432Anly
Business Analyst at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
There have been no issues with scalability that I am aware of. View full review »
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