LogRhythm Network Monitor Scalability

Director Of Infrastructure at a government with 10,001+ employees
So far - and I hate to keep going back to the fact that we've only been doing it for a few months - but so far we've been very impressed with scalability. We have a single appliance, and we have several collectors that run against that appliance. We really love how easy it is to just add another collector. I have data sources, I have log sources that exist in my DR facility. I can stand up a collector in that facility, and then push it back across the wire, and it's very easy. It's a couple of clicks, done. We're very excited about, again, the potential for scalability without having to re-architect the entire solution. View full review »
Senior Info Security Specialist at a hospitality company
Regarding scalability, I think it's more just getting time to spend in LogRhythm. We're not a huge security shop, so it's getting the time to dig into it and really figure out how we're going to build it out and learning the functionalities that exist, that we can leverage. A lot of the time you end up getting a product, standing it up for one use case, and that's what it gets pidgeon-holed as, when really there are 100 other capabilities you can use there. View full review »
Data Security Architect at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
Scalability depends on the sizing. If you have lower sizing then you will not be able to scale the system. The security team of around five people are the main users. They do analytics for an organization of 3,000 plus employees. View full review »
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