- burst + -able (Wiktionary)
“That said, I didn't write The French Revolution in short, burstable, Twitterific sentences.”
“Network managers whose intranets are already running near capacity should warn their finance department about possibly having to pay "burstable" fees to their hosting service, or companies "may want to make plans to provide central locations in the office where the inauguration can be watched," says Parker.”
“Liquid Web takes advantage of the Parallels Virtuozzo Containers 'architecture to offer "burstable" memory - for example, temporarily adding more memory to a container during a short period of high activity - so clients may have access to more server resources than they actually pay for.”
“Walter will also manage the launch of a distributed "burstable" IP transit port product.”
“burstable" clouds that automatically scale resources up and down based on demand, shifting hardware resources to where they are most needed and powering them down for maximum power savings when not needed.”
“Specifically he asked,how much bandwidth per month his Department purchases; how much of this is burst bandwidth; what the maximum burstable rate is; what resiliency has been purchased; how many servers host the website; and what backup solution is in place.”
“According to Paul MUrphy, uses 1 megabit per second, none of which is burst, although the maximum burstable rate is 2 megabits per second.”
“The platform has a guaranteed bandwidth of 500kb/s, with 1Mb/s burstable, according to the company.”
“The model enables customers whose traffic is more burstable in nature to realize greater costs savings and usability than per port models.”
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