Stonebranch Universal Automation Center Scalability

Sr. System Programmer at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
It has high scalability. It's easy to use, it's easy to run with, it's easy to get it turned on and going. View full review »
Senior Technical Analyst at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
What I like about it is the configuration that they allow you to get to, how granular it can get. Something that we used to struggle with - because we farm out the work to the applications and say, "You run this, this is just distributed cron for you," - was that people would run their scripts and sometimes do something silly like send their debug to standard out, and standard output is two gigs. Usually, our old tools would go capture that and send it back to the controller. That two-gig amount of data is huge. It's going to break either the agent or the transfer or take the controller down when it gets there. Stonebranch lets you tweak that stuff to say things along the lines of, "How much of the standard output do you want? Do you want 100k, 100 lines, 2k?" You decide. Scalability depends on that. If you want to run 100 million tasks a day, you have to figure out how much data you want to retain, and that's the power of this tool. Other tools don't let you do that. View full review »
Application Manager at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
Its processes are easily scalable. View full review »
User at a insurance company with 501-1,000 employees
User at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The tool is consistently executing large batch jobs. Issues that we attempt to correct are more often than not within the application itself and not UAC. View full review »
It is easy to scale the environment by adding new clients to the server pool. However, you have to do some manual work. View full review »
DevOps Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
scalability is good however it is lacking alternative to extend controller cluster's node numer. View full review »
Can be scaled. View full review »
User at a financial services firm

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