VMware NSX Scalability

Technolo19ac
Technology Manager
Scalability is really easy. We can scale within an hour. We can scale either new controllers or add new hosts to the fabric. View full review »
MichaelGonzalez
VMware NSX Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
So far it's been very scalable, and with the new versions that are coming out, it's even more and more scalable. They've added more and more features of routing that they didn't have in the first versions, which allow it to be more scalable. It's become better than the actual infrastructure, the original network infrastructure that's there, because we can lay it on anything and it will scale to any part of the network that we want. View full review »
Paul Walsh
VMware Administrator at Ryanair
We have not seen any problems, but we are only at 10 applications though. There is still a long way to go. View full review »
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Adam Lowles
Information Security Manager at Anana LTD
We manage a huge infrastructure, and it has not been a problem for us. It has caused no issues. We generally load balance with separate hardware. With the normal traffic that we see between virtual machines, they never leave the host. So, there are no real issues there. We will use separate, dedicated hardware, because we are at such a scale that our customers prefer to have separate load balances in the hardware. View full review »
Todd Gould
Solutions Architect at IronBow Technologies
It's one of the major benefits of it. The distributed nature of NSX is really what the customers are interested in: spread into workloads across a lot of servers and not working out one host too hard. View full review »
Consudee5
Consultant with 51-200 employees
The scalability comes along when you implement it. Within a couple of clicks, it makes the process so easy. This is why companies go for it. View full review »
Luke Kesselring
EVS Engineer 3 at Cabela's
It's definitely scalable, however large, however small. We can bring people in with VDI desktops, with a control set already around that, to be able to control what they get without having to create a new VM and recreate all the policies. It's already done upfront. View full review »
Denis FERRAND
Head of EMEA Strategic Alliances at Arrow Electronics, Inc
It's scalable. It's supposed to be enterprise-driven. View full review »
DarrylShorts
Infrastructure Architect
We've already scaled it across two data centers. We'll be incorporating two additional data centers, to give us that footprint, or IP address migration across four data centers. So, it's quite scalable. View full review »
Solution2aa6
Solutions Architect at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
The scalability is good. View full review »
Frederic Giovannacci
System Engineer at GIP SIB
It is scalable by design, so it's perfect. View full review »
Archtct10001
Architect at Computacenter
I have found this solution to be scalable, more so now with NSX-T than NSX-V. View full review »
Tom Bowles
Network Engineer
Since we're almost 100% virtual, it's been very scalable for us. View full review »
Lead06b9
Lead at Accenture
We haven't face any problems yet with scalability. Hopefully, it will stay that way. View full review »
Evgeniy Stepanov
Engineer at DataLine - лучшая команда виртуализации VMware 2015
The scalability is not perfect. View full review »
Sysadm654651
System Administrator
We are happy with the scalability. View full review »
Tarsio Moraes
Cloud Engineer at IBM
Totally scalable. I almost can tell this is the first real multi-tenant product from VMware that will scale out and do real multitenancy. View full review »
DeptMgr4ea4
Dept. Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Scalability is a great feature. View full review »
Engineered72
Engineer at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
It seems like it will scale. View full review »
SysEng189856
System Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Because it is in the VMkernel, it is robust. View full review »
SystemEn1ee7
System Engineer at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
It is scalable. View full review »
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