The term scalability is the ability of a computer system, network, process or application to deliberately handle the growing requirements of a system. It can also be defined as the characteristic of a system that describes its capability to perform well under an increased and expanding workload.
In order to meet the larger operational demands, a system should have the ability to scale up and ensure a high level of performance as well. For example, an application program would be scalable if it could be moved from a smaller to a larger operating platform and take full benefits of larger operating system in terms of performance and the number of users that can be easily handled beneath the scaled resources. It is usually to have scalability in an upward direction instead of downward, because developers often must make the complete use of resources (for ex, RAM, disk space, CPU) when an application is initially coded.
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