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scalability

(skā″lă-bi′lĭ-tē)
The ability of a health care system to expand to meet increased demands by users. Although the term can be applied to the ability of health care systems to respond to surges in demand for clinical services, it is most often used to describe how electronic health record software can respond to periodic fluctuations in use.
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Palo Alto, CA, October 31, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Jelastic, Inc., the first company that combined Unlimited PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) and IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) in one solution, announced today a new Jelastic version 2.5 with support for multiple nodes of different stacks, automatic horizontal scaling of app servers, and Marketplace expansion.
Because the software permits cost-effective horizontal scaling of applications through the purchase of additional server blades, CRG can easily increase the number of users accessing applications without breaking the bank.
Horizontal scaling ensures that the Sandvine Virtual Series can provide communications service providers (CSPs) of all sizes with the commercial scale required to enable virtualized network policy control, with the only limitation being the size of server the network operator procures.
"Vertical scaling is performed automatically when necessary, and horizontal scaling can be configured in just a few clicks.
A differentiated approach will be required for project activities at field level to account for the vertical and horizontal scaling up efforts under NATP-2.

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