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Web Application Scaling

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We provide best in industry Web Application Scaling services. We have worked with almost all popular Web hosting providers such as Amazon Web Services, Digital Ocean, Heroku, HostGator, GoDaddy, 1&1, InterServer, HostFav, WP Neuron, Limitless Hosting, HostSlayer, VPS, QuickBooks Hosting – Powered by Techarex Networks, WebHost.UK.Net, PlotHost, SiteGround, Dreamhost, Arvixe, InMotion, Hosting, iPage, Namecheap, HostMonster, Hostwinds, Bluehost, A2 Hosting and several others.

 

Why and When exactly do you need Web application scaling?

 

When you are in an early stage of product development you need to create scalable application architecture from the beginning. Failing to do so will become a bottleneck and it becomes cost effective in later stages when you have an increasing demand. Whenever you run out of server-side resources such as Memory, CPU, Network I/O, Disk I/O and your application performance is degraded because of the increasing demand of work.. that is when Scaling Of Resources comes in picture.

 

How do we Help You Scale?

 

Our System Architecture Engineers has helped small and medium organizations to develop scalable architecture as well as they have optimized and configured the existing architecture for better performance and productivity.

 

If not already implemented scalable architecture, we optimize the architecture and enhance it for you so it is easily scalable. This also helps in the perspective of costs and time. We find the bottlenecks using different metrics then we comprehensively and accurately define what exactly is the problem.

 

A problem well stated is a problem half-solved.

  – Charles Kettering

 

We find out what resource your application is running out of on your server. At a high level, the answer is usually going to be one of these 4 things: Memory, CPU, Network I/O, Disk I/O. We figure out such issues by installing resource monitoring tools.

 

What gets measured, gets managed.

 – Peter Drucker

 

Based on performance or behavior of a problem, keeping cost-effectiveness in mind we usually implement either Vertical Scaling or Horizontal Scaling.

 

Vertical Scaling is implemented by the addition of more CPUs, CPU cores or additional RAM or Disk to an existing machine whereas Horizontal Scaling is implemented by adding more machines/load balancers into pool consisting of several different types of resources