Cloudability Scalability

Nathan Miller
Infrastructure Engineer at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
It is a SaaS product. So, we don't have any issues with how it can scale. We are in three different regions. We have two environments: sound and production. We have 120,000 monthly active users. View full review »
Solution49de
Solutions Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We have hundreds upon hundreds of accounts, and it is able to handle that. We don't have any performance issues. Its scalability is fine. I don't have an issue with it. View full review »
Derek Carr
Senior Software Engineer at Ancestry.com
The scalability is average. It is not terrible, but it is not great. Sometimes things take a while to load, but any analytics that haven't ran in a while need to reboot all their stuff. We are very big. I don't even know how many EC2 types that we have. As an example, they want us to save $12 million USD a year on budget, and I don't even know what that computes to in compute power. View full review »
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CloudArc65b9
Cloud Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We're using a SaaS environment. The SaaS environment has an SLA which automatically scales up depending on our needs, so we don't have to worry about scalability. View full review »
Fahd Mirza Chughtai
Cloud Architect, Oracle ACE, Oracle DBA at Pythian
As it's in the cloud, scalability is not an issue at all. The environment consists of dozens of VMs. View full review »
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