IBM Spectrum Scale Scalability

Technicad5c2
Technical Assoc at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We have had it across 15 to 20 Clients. Especially now that we are using it across Red Hat, the Clients do not even know that it is sitting on AIX servers. As far as scalability is concerned, it is only beginning to show its strength in the past few years. We are using it on Red Hat, but still using NSD servers as the main source of storage. As far as scalability, I would support this product more than anything that I have tried before, such as NFS or even HACMP. This product is more robust in my point of view. View full review »
Engineer58ee
Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Scalability is pretty good. We have got a 32 node cluster. So, it runs pretty high. We do not feel as a company that the product can grow with us anymore, so we are not going to use it anymore. We are done. The decision was made. What we have, we will keep, but we are not going to put anything new in. View full review »
SeniorUne0f7
Senior Unix Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is incredibly scalable. You can add more storage to it, add more file sets, and add it to more servers. It is a robust product. The product should be able to expand with us. View full review »
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ClientSef4c8
Client Server Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
I do not think it is applicable. View full review »
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