VMware Software Defined Data Center Scalability

Robert Trasatti
VIP of Infrastructure Engineering at MindSHIFT
Excellent. I think that goes without saying. I think I covered that one, but yes it is very scalable. View full review »
Ryan Marsyla
Project Architect at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
It's definitely very scalable. Every year they're coming out with new limits that you are able to push. For most enterprises, it's beyond what they actually need so they're definitely keeping up with the demand. It's beyond what I see most people requiring as far as scalability. View full review »
Ryan Blace
Architect at Farmers insurance
Again, two different products. I think the scalability of vSAN is good enough if you consider that most people aren't going to put clusters together larger than 12 or 14 or 16 nodes anyway. NSX doesn't really have a scaling issue so I guess it scales really well. View full review »
Ben Hinkle
Solutions architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Scalability is one of the core foundations of this software-defined solution. You're able to easily define all of these things from a software perspective and can plug-in these pieces at a moment's notice. It has already been defined within the software perspective, so it's easy to scale the environment, i.e., based on these policies that are created. View full review »
NetworkS6a62
Network Solution Engineer at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Scalability is a big factor of the whole thing, so that's the whole point of consolidating hardware beta center and the footprint is what they are looking for. They don't want to house, hundreds of servers and now just have maybe ten to do the job of about a hundred. View full review »
SeniorVM2aef
Senior VMware Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
Scalability is great, too. They've made a lot of strides towards making that possible. They've come down to where you can dynamically add and remove resources. View full review »
Matthew Koskela
Analyst at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
We scale up all the time. We have an automated deployment system for new servers and it's led to this server sprawl, and it's created a new issue where we have to manage our ability to shutter servers that aren't being used because it is so easily scalable that it can almost be abused. View full review »
Security21a6
Security Engineer
It scales very easily. You can just add more racks of compute and expand sideways mostly. View full review »
Technica5ea6
Technical Analyst 2
Scalability is also good. View full review »
Aurelio Rodas
‎IT Specialist at Softshop s.a
It is very scalable. View full review »

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