One Identity Manager Scalability

reviewer1214262
User at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
The solution scales very well. I have experienced issues when attempting to scale to the largest companies. However, when we did encounter issues, One Identity did a fantastic job of providing the resources and fixes needed to scale the system to millions of identities. View full review »
Massimiliano Ferrazzi
Senior Manager Global IT Operations at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
It's scalable. We grew over the last year. We integrated companies within the group, which included creating more and more users in the system. Scaling is pretty simple. We didn't have to do make major changes to the system itself. It was something that the system could support easily, especially from a functional point of view. It can scale vertically and horizontally without any problems. With the upgrade, we are scaling up technically, adding more servers, and it's pretty easy as well. View full review »
Tobias Stehle
Product Owner at DmTech Gmbh
Before the tooling there were around 80 peoples in IT at the company. Now, we're over 800. In IT and workers everywhere, identities have grown enormously, so there are more help desk calls, but there are now a lot of more identities. View full review »
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SystemsSe13e
Systems Specialist at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
When it comes to adding other users or a growing environment we haven't had any issues. At the moment, at least, we have been able to add features and functionality, and everything has worked fine. View full review »
Vp841f
VP at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
It is not really scalable. We had to put in a lot of customization to make it scalable. We ended up putting in a lot of instances to build it up to our scale, not only for performance capability, but for change capability. Therefore, if you have to scale for a large amount of people with several different themes, changing the configuration in One Identity can be hard to coordinate. Everyone has to have their own environments to work in; you cannot work in a joint environment easily. The policy and role management features are a bit hard to scale. The whole model for who can do what and how to set it up is not so well-governed for a larger organization. The demos are always shown for a 100 or 1000 people, but when it is a large number, it is quite difficult to maintain. View full review »
Patricia Lara
Supervisor at Hartmann AG
It is not an all or nothing scenario. It's very good that you can choose exactly what fits your business. View full review »
ITBusinef7a0
IT Business Process Specialist at a Consumer Goods with 5,001-10,000 employees
We are an organization with 10,000 employees. This means 100,000 accounts or an account in group tables or approximately one million. We are not really big. It works okay for us as long as we fine tune some parts in the web design. View full review »
ProductMe39b
Product Manager at a non-tech company with 10,001+ employees
Without this solution, because of our sheer size, we cannot manage our own house. View full review »
Deepu Chandran
Identity Access Management Specialist at GSL Consulting Gmbh
It's scalable. View full review »
Techsuppa0986
Techinal Support Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is scalable across infrastructures. It works with Windows, open source operating systems, and covers almost everything that you need. We have more than four-thousand users in this solution. Our organization keeps growing, so our base will forever be increasing. View full review »
Kars Wittens
Service Owner at Rabobank
I'm relatively new in this role and I haven't figured out how scalable it is. That's one of the use cases I'm working on with my engineers right now. View full review »
Marta Dern
Analyst at Grifols
There's no problem with the scalability. View full review »
Miska Siirto
Lead Solution Architect at Tieto Sweden AB
You can scale it quite big, which is good. It has good sizing. We have some smaller customers where the solution is too big, but that is an IAM world issue. We have 15,000 people working for us. View full review »
Solutionfcd3
Solution Designer at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
It is easy to scale up. However, obtaining additional resources additional are an issue. View full review »
Samuel Paul
Project Owner at Adeo
The product is quite scalable, except for the database which is not highly available. This is where scalability could be improved. View full review »
Michael Botek
CEO at IT Design Software Projects and Consulting
The scalability is good. We use it in smaller customer suites, but also in larger ones. View full review »
Principa2d20
Principal Consultant at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The scalability is very good. It scales well for companies, from small companies to very big ones worldwide. View full review »
LeadTech080f
Lead Technology Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have some performance problems, so pushing to scale is a challenge. View full review »
Consultac8c1
Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It is very scalable. We have customers with just a few users to customers with hundreds of thousands of users. View full review »
Samo Srebernjak
Head of User Support at Gorenje
We can expand as much as possible. It will meet our needs going forward. We have already expanded a lot of times. The only issue with expansion is the cost of licensing. View full review »
IamSpeci9969
IAM Specialist at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The product can grow with us. View full review »
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