Scalability


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Scalability

The ability to increase the size of a business while either maintaining or increasing its profit margin.
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Concurrently, Login VSI will be used by AccelStor to create new reference architectures in order to clearly demonstrate the technical performance specifications of the newest H710 appliance, using objective and industry accepted indices VSIbase and VSIavg (for performance) and VSImax (for scalability).
Transcoding between H.264 and H.265 is a common requirement for video streaming applications and services; however H.265 requires approximately 10x the processing power of comparable H.264 video quality, limiting the scalability of software or GPU-based video encoding solutions.
This $499,992 National Science Foundation grant supports research to improve computing efficiency and will help UTSA identify and overcome scalability issues in software in order to improve the performance of applications on multi-core processors.
- Cost-efficient IP network scalability single and stacked configuration node options, coupled with support for horizontal scalability enabled by leaf and spine POD architectures, provide the foundation for flexible and cost-efficient multi-unit scalability, with full resilience for control and data plane traffic
It tests producer and consumer latency, maximum end-to-end throughput, and performance scalability.
ClustrixDB is for high-value, high-volume OLTP applications that need the scalability of a distributed database without sacrificing availability or data integrity - applications such as e-commerce, social, SaaS, gaming and ad tech.
"The longevity of COBOL-based legacy core banking systems has been based on their high level of scalability on the mainframe, and conversely, the inability of other more modern, flexible programming languages to perform well on the mainframe," said O'Neill.
“Enabling Aras on SQL Server 2014 should provide the scalability necessary to compete for implementations that require global access for large numbers of users.”
A software developer with a background in physics and a focus on cloud computing and enterprise service management software, Liu applies the approach he used in his 2009 book on the performance and scalability of software in general, to a specific software package, the popular database Oracle.
There are many options to consider in the area of power system design that affect the energy efficiency and scalability of the UPS and the availability of the IT network.
Experimental results have shown that SVC can grant an appropriate level of scalability without introducing artifacts that can be misinterpreted in medical diagnosis.
The $3.6 billion Patelco in San Francisco will convert from its existing Fiserv Spectrum solution to the new Acumen platform, citing its Internet-based architecture, scalability and redundancy for decision.