Exinda Scalability

Head of Networks at a recruiting/HR firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
I think it scales well. If you need to upgrade licenses, it's fairly easy to do. You do have to go through a fairly lengthy presales process to get new licenses. But in terms of scalability and manageability, it's okay. It's being used in all of our main data centers. It's being used in our key offices. We may look to deploy a few more in the UK over the next few years, but there's no real driver for that at the moment. It may be useful to use it for getting more visibility and optimization of traffic in the cloud. So we may end up deploying another four or five Exinda units over the next two or three years. But it won't be in large numbers. View full review »
Denis L
Sales Engineer at BAKOTECH LLC
It's very scalable. Half of it can be a hardware appliance and the other half can be virtual. It can work with smaller channels like 100 megabits or five megabits. But it's not really an enterprise solution. This software is better for SMBs but it really depends. We have larger than midsized companies. It depends on their needs. But it is primarily small and medium-sized businesses. View full review »
Bryant Dawson
Network Engineer at a marketing services firm with 501-1,000 employees
I didn't need to scale so I cant answer this. View full review »
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