Scalability

The ability to expand a computing solution to support large numbers of users without impacting performance.

Scalability

Scalability is the ability of a system, network, or process to handle a growing amount of work in a capable manner or its ability to be enlarged to accommodate that growth. For example, it can refer to the capability of a system to increase its total output under an increased load when resources (typically hardware) are added. An analogous meaning...
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scalability

[n] - the quality of being scalable
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scalability

noun the quality of being scalable
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scalability

A popular technology term describing how well software or hardware can adapt to increasing demands. For example, a scalable e-Catalog data aggregation system can start with just 1,000 products, but can easily be expanded to accommodate the addition of thousands more in products....
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Scalability

A solution is scalable if it can run on both small and large computers. The term is generally used to sell a solution to a small company. By being scalable the solution they are buying will still be useful as the company grows. Thus enabling the buyer to squeeze more value from the investment in this solution.
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scalability

characteristic of a data stream representing a television signal in which some parts may be neglected but which still allows a usable picture to be reproduced with a quality commensurate with the bit rate in use
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Scalability

It is the ability of a computer application or product (hardware or software) to continue to function well when it (or its context) is changed in size or volume in order to meet a user need.
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Scalability

Scalability offers a set of tools by which video can be coded at different Resolutions (different scales) in one total bitstream. On the decoder side, video can be decoded at the suitable resolution (scale) extracting a portion of the total bitstream. It adds compatibility and error concealment. Types of Scalability Quality (SNR) The SNR scalabili....
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Scalability

The ability for a particular strategy/army build/ability to work as point levels increase. Some options (Defensive/shooting buff auras) scale exponentially for linear investment. Some options (Psychic Powers and Stratagems) do not scale at all, due to restrictions on their use in matched play. A relatively limited number of abilities scale linearly...
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Scalability

The ability of a computer network, software, etc., to expand and adapt to increased demands of users. A system which can work on a small or large scale according to demand
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scalability

The ability of an IT service, process, configuration item etc. to perform its agreed function when the workload or scope changes.
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Scalability

The ability to expand the number of users or increase the capabilities of a computing solution, without making major changes to the systems or application software. Essential to prevent a technology solution from being a stumbling block to organisational growth.
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Scalability

The ability to increase the size of a business while either maintaining or increasing its profit margin.
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scalability

The capability of the software product to be upgraded to accommodate increased loads. [After Gerrard]...
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Scalability

The degree to which a computer application or component can be expanded in size, volume or number of
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Scalability

The suitability of a system (particularly a network system to operate properly and efficiently when configured on a large scale.
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