Vblock Scalability

Fred Armantrout
Senior System Specialist at Burns & McDonnell
Our systems, both old and new, were not purchased totally loaded. We have open slots to be able to add more compute blades and, in our old system, we added both blades and upgraded RAM for more VM resources. View full review »
Solut11991
Solutions Manager at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
It is scalable. But the cost is quite expensive, so scalability is not as cheap as you think, when you initially get it. It's quite expensive. View full review »
SnrArch408
Senior IT Architect - Enterprise at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
There are no issues from a scalability standpoint, except sometimes it gets to be on the costly side. View full review »
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Fred Armantrout
Senior System Specialist at Burns & McDonnell
This solution is scalable if needed to be expanded. We've never expanded beyond our initial purchase. All company employees can be using it, so that would be well over seven thousand. View full review »
Rajsudheer-Dangeti
Sr Private Cloud Engineer at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
Scalability is limited. Storage, for example, has a limit. Right now, we have 4-5,000 people using the solution. View full review »
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