Scalable Infrastructure Design

Definition updated on November 2023

What is scalable infrastructure design?

A system or network that is capable of handling rising demands and workload as the system expands is known as having a scalable infrastructure. To do this, an infrastructure must be built that can quickly and effectively scale up or down to meet demand fluctuations without sacrificing performance or stability. Failure tolerance, data partitioning, and component decoupling are further aspects that must be taken into consideration while designing a scalable infrastructure. By including measures for redundancy and fault tolerance, such as replication and failover, the system can function even if one or more of its components fails.

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