Tenable SC Scalability

reviewer1230882
Sr. Principal IT Architect at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
It scales just fine. We're a Fortune 500 company so, obviously, we have very large networks here. As far as we know, it should scale. We don't think we can outpace the scalability of it. There are best-practices that we need to follow, but will this product be able to meet our needs for future growth. We expect it to be able to handle that. Usage will be increased. There are two parts to the business. There's the business that is our overall corporate business, which is covered 100 percent by the solution. And then there's the manufacturing and design business. On that side, the solution is still growing. We have two contracts with Tenable for their SC product. View full review »
Joey Smith
Medical Device Cybersecurity Analyst at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
When you throw in the Passive Vulnerability Scanner, just being able to spit out more hardware if we need it, it seems like it scales well, at least with respect to our environment. When we first had it, we only had a handful of servers powering it and scans took forever. I don't know how many servers we have on the back end powering it now, but it's a lot faster. We've added to it to give it more juice. That's been pretty easy and straightforward as well. View full review »
Justin Kolker
IT Security Specialist at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
It does have an upper limit. You can go on their website and see what their upper IP limit is. We have seen that more and more teams want to get access to the data and get access to their vulnerability information, and it really has helped us grow our program. View full review »
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Beej
Information Security Expert at a comms service provider with 5,001-10,000 employees
As long as you can buy the license, you can easily add up until you need an additional scan engine. View full review »
Abill Nerry
Senior Manager, IT Security at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
I did not have any issues with scalability. This is because once you scope the main control, the Security Center box, you do proper saving on the main box in terms of storage. Initially, when we did the first installation, we did not properly size our storage. So, we quickly entered issues. But, since it was Linux box, we were able to reconfigure and make development for additional storage. Once we did that, there has not been anything that tested the scalability. So, when the growth becomes a little high, we just add a box and provide a scanner. Then, you define the territory within which you can scan, because each scanner can be assigned to a given territory in terms of sub-nets, and so on. View full review »
SeniorIn3d86
Senior Information Security Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's easily scalable. If you are required to scan more assets then you just request for it to be expanded, such as from two thousand to five thousand. Scalability is not an issue. The system is used by around thirty-five users including system admins, who ensure that the system is up, and the application admins who are responsible for fixing the issues that are picked up with the solution. We use it across our entire network so we cannot expand its use any further. View full review »
Manoj Nair
Tech Specialist at select softwares
This is a very highly scalable system. View full review »
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