Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect Scalability

Endre Domiczi
Owner & CEO at mentorITe
I was using this product for teaching, without a real team effort, so with respect to the scalability, it is hard for me to tell. It seemed ready, but I don't know how many people could work together on it. I don't think that it is realistic to say that you want one hundred people to work on the same model. If it is that big then you should chop it up into smaller pieces. View full review »
ArchiIT346
IT Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
I had some problems in the past when we had 50 concurrent users and it was based on the Oracle database. Because it was based on the Oracle database, we had some issues with performance. I don't know if it was the problem of Enterprise Architect or the wrong setup of the Oracle database. I did encounter some issues with the installations of that site for 50 concurrent users. Right now we are just starting. It will be probably something around 10 users but not concurrent. For concurrent users, maybe there will be around five. For the main users, it will be about 10. The others are some roles like business process modeling experts, database experts, and solutions architect. In total, there will be three types of main user roles. View full review »
AllanKowalski
Enterprise Architect at a music company
Perfect - never had any problems. View full review »
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Michael Sukachev
Lead Solutions Architect at a transportation company with 51-200 employees
With very large projects, the loading time can become a bit longer, although not to the extent of becoming a great concern. View full review »
John Lamb
Director Enterprise Architecture at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
In general, performance and scalability is solid. There are times when communication to the shared repository in AWS would be inconsistent, but I think that was due to the corporate network connection View full review »
Mbuso Khanyile
Head of Business Analysis and Enterprise Architect at a tech services company
We found it very difficult to scale this solution. We're not sure if it was a limitation with the client security, but we had some problems. I don't think that Sparx is non-scalable, but maybe it can try to adapt to different clients. View full review »
Anatoli Solomin
INLINE Technologies at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
No issues with scalability. View full review »
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