Veracode Software Composition Analysis Scalability

reviewer1258986
Enterprise Architect, VP at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
I think the opportunities for scalability are good because we did not come upon issues that caused us to wonder about its limitations. We have not really pressed to find scalability problems. So my impression is that scalability is good. We did not experience issues due to bottlenecks or anything like that. Our group of users contained a mix of roles. It was developers, project managers, testers, information security analysts, and engineers. It was probably a total of around 30 to 40 people. For deployment and maintenance, there were really just like a couple of people. There was not a full-time dedicated need for it. View full review »
reviewer1227297
Sr Director at a non-profit with 51-200 employees
There's nothing to scale. Asking if the solution is scalable or not isn't applicable in this case. It's not an active load balancer. It's just a static scan. If it was dynamic, there may be a question around scalability, but it is not. View full review »
AldrineEinsteen
Enterprise Architect at a software R&D company with 1-10 employees
We don't plan on increasing usage. We are a product company. We have three products that are built. All of them go through this solution. We are not a services company. We have about 80 people on the solution currently. They are all developers. View full review »
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reviewer1276710
Associate Consultant at a comms service provider with 201-500 employees
We have no complaints about scalability. We have between 200 and 300 clients. View full review »
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