Did you maybe mean scalability?
- n. alternative spelling of scalability.
“But the "scaleability" of the concept - up to four million barrels per day -- means that the railway can ramp up production vastly by just adding rail cars.”
“Also, interesting to me that you appear not to have any consideration of scaleability in the application or managing it in terms of infrastructure requirements.”
“Remember, much of the problem was scaleability -- not quality of design or idea.”
“He argued that in addition to gaming applications, this kind of technology could be used to enhance the performance and scaleability of existing virtual worlds like Second Life, an Internet-based service that crosses the boundary between online entertainment and workplace collaboration.”
“OPML-enabled directories combine the advantages of Google -- of scaleability, harnessing millions of unpaid volunteers, and maintaining an ever expanding population of "reviewers" as well as "reviewed" -- with those of the original Yahoo editorial team.”
“Sharded and replicated for scaleability and redundancy”
“The best cost and scaleability answer actually has little to do with computer.”
“From a game development point of view, having these servers helps the scaleability of the project.”
“However, the main problem with large database projects is that of scaleability, i.e. how well a system stands up to large loads: not just of data storage, but also of data throughput.”
“He was rewarded by coming up with the analogy that a multi burner BBQ is a great example of scaleability.”
Looking for tweets for scaleability.