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Scalability is the ability of a software system to provide the same performance as the number of connected users grows, thus generating a lot more work and traffic. For a system to scale well, reads and writes must occur in the shortest possible amount of time. This could mean, for example, using caching extensively in reading and making use of asynchronous writing


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Important Thing about Scalibility