erwin Evolve Scalability

ScottLawson
Director IT Architecture at QAD
We haven't really tested it for high scalability. The max number of people who will be on it in our company at one time is four or five dozen. I would think it would scale but I don't have any practical experience with it. In our company, about 20 to 30 percent of users touch the content of the solution as part of their daily roles. View full review »
Jeff Calvert
Sr. Enterprise Architect at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
It has easily scaled to what we want. If you buy a license, you get full access. You can have as many users as you wish. I have no issues or concerns with scalability. View full review »
MatthieuGarcia
Senior Business Process Management Architect at a pharma/biotech company with 5,001-10,000 employees
It seems scalable. They have fixed the main issue which was the indexing process for the search engine. It had some bugs and was causing a lot of trouble. That was the main scalability problem but they have fixed these points and isolated the indexing process. So now everything seems to be to be working and scalable. We have created a lot of projects, so we have really used it a lot. We are going to migrate to a change-management phase where we are going to work on keeping our data fresh. It's really a day-to-day tool now for all the service managers and our project teams. Looking to the future, I expect we will use it as we are using it today. View full review »
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reviewer1310625
Enterprise Architect at a aerospace/defense firm with 10,001+ employees
I think it scales well. We've done some looking into the licensing and how many people can use it. It has good scalability features. It can support multiple users with different levels of access, from "full access," to "some access," to "read-only access," so it gets to a wide user community. We have between 50 to 100 users. They include administrators, enterprise architects, systems architects, and we have project management, executives, and business stakeholders who are looking at the read-only portions of the data. We build the enterprise systems architectures and those stakeholders have the ability, with read-only, to look into the latest, up-to-date diagrams. Our use is corporate-wide — and we're a big company with around 90,000 employees. We don't use it extensively throughout the corporation; it's used in a couple of domain areas. We are trying to expand the usage of it a bit. For deployment of the solution and its maintenance, the people involved are not full-time on those tasks, but there are somewhere between two and four people who have a hand in the actual deployment of the system. View full review »
reviewer1273548
Global Enterprise Architect and Catalogue of Business Solutions Manager at a recruiting/HR firm with 10,001+ employees
Anybody from the company has access to the information; it is free internally. There are 1,000 users from IT in our group. So, everyone is not accessing the tool on a daily basis. Approximately 60 percent of the staff is getting onto the tool on a weekly basis in order to dig into the information. View full review »
reviewer1328289
IT Director at a construction company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have multiple web servers haven't had any issues with the scalability. It has already been rolled out to everybody in the company, so I don't know if we will be increasing usage. About 2,500 users touch the content of the solution as part of their daily roles in our organization. We have one person responsible for maintenance of the solution, the solution's architect. View full review »
Datarchitct678
Data Architect at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
The scalability is good, but so far we haven't used the shared version. We use the single stand-alone version. We have only three users, and they are all data architects. We don't use any other staff for maintenance. We also don't plan to increase our usage soon. View full review »
Archportman67
Architecture Portfolio Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We've had no issues surrounding the scalability of the solution. We have about eight users on it right now. We don't plan to increase usage at this time. View full review »
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