Microsoft .NET Framework Scalability

Alireza-Nikseresht
User at Shiraz University
Microsoft .NET Framework is a solution, where the scalability is dependent on the programmer. The programmer could write a very large scale project — a large scale enterprise solution — using .NET Framework. They can also work on much smaller projects. It is just a tool to use. All of our company members and all of our customers currently use the .NET Framework. The programmers write based on that .NET Framework. We define the scope of our work based on the project. Some projects need four to five programmers, but on some projects need ten to twenty staff. It depends what has to be done. We can scale at any time except with some limitations on operating systems. By making our applications based on .NET Framework, our applications run already on the .NET Framework for our clients. When we do the development for our programs based on .NET Framework, our customers who want to use this solution also have to use .NET Framework. This is why it is a little limiting. View full review »
AndreasSemousu
User at Skhomo Technologies
Microsoft's strategy is not scalable, especially with the Visual Studio environment. If for example, I am testing things from on older version, it's not available in the newer version. You will have to use notes and the patches for it to work. Currently, we have two enterprises. One of them has over 1000 employees and an IT department with 200 developers. View full review »
YasirMehmood
User at a mining and metals company with 10,001+ employees
This solution is scalable. The modular development plus expansion is quite easy. We have 2000 users who are actively using this solution. View full review »
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technica232923
Technical Lead/ Senior Developer at a healthcare company with 51-200 employees
This is a scalable framework but it depends on how you deploy the solution. Because it is a framework and not a product, it will give you options on how to develop your solution. If you develop it in a way that is scalable, then it will be scalable. But if you don't develop it properly then it will not be scalable. In my previous company, we had approximately ten thousand users. In my current company, we only use this solution internally. We have fewer than ten people, and they are business users. We do not currently have plans to increase usage but it may happen in the future. View full review »
reviewer964722
User at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
The solution offers good scalability capabilities. There are tens of thousands of end-users on the solution currently. View full review »
AbdulshukoorMohammed
General Manager Information Technology & Enterprise Applications Manager at OXFORD HOLDING
This platform is easy to scale. We have approximately 100 users, five of which are administrators and the remainder are business users. View full review »
Andrew McFall III
Analyst/Programmer V at a tech company
Only the ones that were fixed. View full review »
Mohamed Abdel Rhman
User at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I am the only one who is working with this solution in my company. View full review »
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