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What is Scalability?

Scalability refers to a system's ability to handle an increasing amount of work, or its ability to be enlarged to accommodate that growth. In computing, scalability refers to the ability of a system, network, or application to handle an increasing amount of work or expansion in size and complexity. This is often achieved by adding more resources such as hardware, bandwidth, or additional servers.

Business Applications

Scalability in business applications refers to the ability of the software or system to handle an increasing number of users, transactions, or data without compromising performance or reliability. Scalable business applications are designed to handle growth in usage and can be easily expanded or modified to accommodate the changing needs of the business. This can include adding more servers, increasing storage capacity, or making changes to the software architecture to improve performance. Implementing scalable business applications allows companies to respond to the changing needs of their customers and business environment, and can help ensure the long-term success of the organization.

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