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Scalable Infrastructure

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Scalable infrastructure is a type of IT infrastructure that can grow and change according to your business’s needs. It’s designed to be flexible and efficient, so you don’t have to worry about downtime or slow speeds. 

Cloud services, such as those provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS), are an example of scalable infrastructure. With AWS, you can customize your infrastructure to be as dynamic as your website needs it to be. This means that if you suddenly experience a surge in traffic, you don’t need to worry about your site crashing or slowing down. You can simply scale up your infrastructure to meet the demand. 

Scalable infrastructure is also great for businesses that need to incorporate new technologies quickly or adjust to changing markets. With a scalable infrastructure, you can ensure that your business has the resources it needs, when it needs it.

An architecture diagram for a multi-environment website in AWS. The web servers can be easily scaled manually or automatically.