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  • n. Alternative spelling of scalability.


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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Remember, much of the problem was scaleability -- not quality of design or idea.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Sharded and replicated for scaleability and redundancy

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  • The best cost and scaleability answer actually has little to do with computer.

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  • From a game development point of view, having these servers helps the scaleability of the project.

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  • 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.

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  • He was rewarded by coming up with the analogy that a multi burner BBQ is a great example of scaleability.

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