Micro Focus ALM Scalability

Jordan Gottlieb
Principal consultant qa architect at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
I have customers that are small and customers that are enterprise-wide. So I'm able to deploy it in both kinds of environments and customize the tool, depending on size and level of maturity, for any kind of customer. Also within any vertical as well. View full review »
AvpQualif259
AVP Quality Assurance at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
Scalability, again going back, we're limited by the number of licenses that we have. If we want to have more projects, from our understanding, we just have to purchase additional licenses or purchase additional access for projects. View full review »
Mark Chase
Test Management Architect at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It has met our needs. Just as long as you have the right architecture from the old days of physical server hardware to more of the newer stuff, which is VMware within datacenters - more virtualized. And certainly the next rage for everybody is moving into Cloud infrastructure. So things are becoming much more self-service. You're getting model scaling. You're getting the things that are making the system more maintainable. But from a scalability standpoint, you want to be able to scale to the needs at the time that you need them. The Cloud certainly provides that capability. View full review »
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ReviewerB3126
Vice President - Test Management Lead at DBS Bank
The solution is very scalable, if you have the right person to manage it. View full review »
Belgin Wolard
Sr. Test Automation Engineer with 201-500 employees
I did not encounter any issues with scalability. View full review »
Sukarna Chirumamilla
Senior manager IT at a transportation company
Scalability is good. So far we have not had any issues with scalability. For the last three years we were using it as SaaS. Before that, for a while we had on-prem, but after moving to SaaS we have never had any problems. We run around 300 projects, we have about 100 projects which are light. We've got, at most, 100 users at any given time. View full review »
Justin W.
IT Quality Assurance Analyst at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
In general, HPE ALM has the potential to be very scalable from both a feature and usage perspective. HPE ALM has the capability to create project templates which may then be linked and applied to different projects. The solution also allows for customizations to be applied by individual project. However, an organization must exercise discipline in applying consistent processes to manage and govern any projects which use HPE ALM, to avoid data/information management problems. View full review »
it_user470463
Quality Assurance Software Management at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
That would go to what I just mentioned above. We're looking at ways to improve being able to capture more results without impacting our products. View full review »
Ppc397
Pp at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have struggled to grow with the tool, because the original model was to have just a handful of ALM projects, whereas, we have more than 150 projects. Whenever you pass some threshold, it becomes a challenge. Even upgrading, it's a massive effort. I'd say at least a six month effort for us just to upgrade it. View full review »
Parag Gulwani
Staff QA Engineer at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
Whatever version of ALM that we have, it is more than enough for what we have right now. In terms of scaling, I can say it will go beyond four to five years from now. View full review »
TomDelmonte
Process Architect at a aerospace/defense firm with 10,001+ employees
I did not encounter any issues with scalability. View full review »
QaManageced2
QA Manager at a individual & family service
Yeah, it is scalable. 10 years back, we started with five users. Now, we have 38 confirmed licenses. Over the years, we have grown from having just a few projects to having more than 25 large projects. View full review »
SteveLarson
Account Director at a comms service provider with 5,001-10,000 employees
There were no issues with scalability. View full review »
Lacy Mc Clain
QA Analyst at a legal firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Yevhen Fabizhevskyi
Software Development Engineer at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
There were no scalability issues. View full review »
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Test Manager
Neeraj Kumar Singh
Managing Director at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I did not encounter any issues with scalability. It depends on the number of licenses. If you have them all active at the time, it still responds the same way, which is fast. View full review »
Caroline Gitonga
Presales Consultant at Oracle
Can be used for really large organisations, multiple test projects View full review »
Vladimir Skrbek
IT Specialist with 5,001-10,000 employees
Scalability is not a problem at this time because the hardware is better than the software needs. View full review »
Sarah Kemle
IT Business Analyst at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
This solution is scalable. There is the ability to draw on the different platforms, especially with ALM Octane. However, I am more interested in the new hard platforms, so more of a container platform or solution. This is on their roadmap in the next three years, so at least there is a plan for it. View full review »
samahmud
Sr. Performance Engineer, ITQCoE at JetBlue Airways Corporation
We're able to scale up and down as needed. It has great flexibility when it comes to scaling. View full review »
Thorsten Westhues
Information Systems Consultant at a government with 5,001-10,000 employees
In the past, there were scalability issues when the licensing model was preventing a larger variety of separate individuals who work with the system. View full review »
John ONeill
Principle consultant at Active Data Consulting Services Pty Ltd
No, the solution has coped with tens of millions of dollars worth of transactions over the years. View full review »
it_user2862
VP of IT at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The parts that work seem to scale very well. But our use of test automation appears to have exceeded what this tool can do with that functionality. View full review »
QaManage231b
QA Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
It is scalable. We're actually moving onto the SaaS product. We're looking at that right now. View full review »
Varun Srinivasa Murthy
IT Solutions Analyst at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
No issues with scalability. View full review »
it_user568668
QA at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
Not so far, no. View full review »
Ivana Buljan
Product Development Manager at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
I have a good impression of the scalability. I have been very satisfied. View full review »
ReviewerB3126
Vice President - Test Management Lead at DBS Bank
ALM can scale and is very impressive. It can support thousands of users with a very low amount of resources. It can easily manage very big projects within thousands of people at a time. It allows and disables scale, supporting front-end operations and task management at different levels. View full review »
it_user349722
IT Manager of Operations at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
Ganesh Muralidharan Pillai
Assistant Director Quality Assurance at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
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