HPE OneView Scalability

Solutiondbab
Solutions Architect
I have to chop it up into smaller parts, because I have an installation in Europe and it covers the whole world. That is not so good. So, I am going to make some Data Senders around the world. Because if I have to patch the server, it is not the greatest way to do it from Europe to China, or something like that. They need to be more localized, so I am going to chop it up into smaller bits. View full review »
Chris Chambers
Systems Engineer at Allegis
Broadly speaking, it is scalable. The main issue we had - I think we were on version 2 at the time, and version 3 had just come out - was actually a scalability problem. We had some stuff that fell out of the environment due to a data center move, and it was taking so long to time-out on the old stuff that it would reboot itself, repeatedly, without ever becoming functional. Otherwise, we've added hundreds upon hundreds of systems into it, dozens of new profiles, clone profiles, everything. And it has performed to the performance level we expect. View full review »
Declan Mannix
IT Administrator at a tech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
You can throw as many servers at it as you want. So, there is no problem there. View full review »
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Infrastrbf42
Infrastructure Manager at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
We're quite static, we haven't needed to scale. View full review »
Assistan0a5b
Assistant IT Manager at a pharma/biotech company with 201-500 employees
Even thought we just started using it, I'm sure about the scalability. That's also the reason why we started with it. It will become one product we can use more and more, we can add other items to it. It also looks it will be a standard inside HPE. They will keep on using this for a long time. View full review »
Infrastr7ee7
Infrastructure Manager at a legal firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Depending on the ability to discover, we'll be able to answer the question of whether it will meet our needs going forward. View full review »
Michele Grillo
Junior IT Manager at a financial services firm
It should meet our needs going forward, but we're probably looking into buying, at some point, the paid version of OneView. It gives you extra, but we need to see what it gives you. Within one year, I reckon. View full review »
CloudEng4a0e
Cloud Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
It should scale to what we will need in the future. View full review »
Infrastr9730
Infrastructure Engineer with 10,001+ employees
It scales well. View full review »
Marcus Svensson
Product Specialist at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
In regards to scalability, it is going to meet our needs, at least now. I have eight 1U instances, that cover the central environment and also the distributed environments that we have. I'm going to install the global dashboard, so we have the umbrella over everything, so it's easy to see and manage it. View full review »
ProductOc54a
Product Owner at a insurance company with 5,001-10,000 employees
It is sometimes limited between what we see and in the next version that there will be in the global dashboard, and it will help us to get a global overview. For now, we are in separate instances. View full review »
Glenn Teuchler
Systems Admin
It will grow with us over time. No concerns here. View full review »
FastData6181991
Fast Data Solutions Architect at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
So far, it has been scalable for us. View full review »
Chiel Spaans
CTO at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Scalability is great. View full review »
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