HPE Apollo Scalability

Dr Tuomas Sandholm
Professor at a university with 5,001-10,000 employees
It's going to meet our needs moving forward, it is scalable. Having said that, our algorithms are very compute-hungry and storage-hungry, so more is more and there's no limit as to how much our algorithms can use. The more compute and the more storage they have, the better they will perform. View full review »
Claudio De Plato
Network End Data Center Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We are not using it in that manner. We are not using it for the scalability. So the size, one Apollo for each branch, is perfect for us. We are not thinking about scalability. View full review »
Principa575f
Principal Engineer at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
In some ways, we think it may go beyond what we need moving forward. We don't know yet. We're going to buy another Apollo 6500. We may configure it with half the number of GPUs because that may be all we need. In a sense, we can see the Apollo 6500 being so powerful that we only need half the GPU capability that we have now. But that's what we think we're going to end up seeing as we continue to go through this process of machine-learning. View full review »
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SeniorAc7315
Senior Account Manager
Especially if you use software defined storage, for instance, scalability is just great. View full review »
Anders Petterson
System Engineer at Mr Green
It will meet our needs, definitely, going forward. View full review »
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