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Horizontal Scaling

Horizontal Scaling

Scaling horizontally is the same as scaling by adding more machines to a pool of resources — but instead of adding more power, CPUs, or RAM, you scale back to existing infrastructure. Horizontal scaling allows you to scale your data with more resources than you can add resources using vertical scaling.

Vertical Scaling

Vertical Scaling

Vertical Scaling refers to the ability to dynamically change the amount of allocated server resources (RAM and CPU) according to current requirements without manual intervention. This feature saves time by avoiding overpaying for unused resources and not having to deal with workload-related adjustments or architectural changes.