An application could be small or huge, depending on the project’s requirements. In this shot, we’ll look at how to build systems that can expand to a high number of users while still keeping scalability qualities. In this case, multiple forms of scalability must be considered, including:
The most frequent scalability consideration is performance. We want our software to become faster and more responsive as additional users, data, and features are added. If an application has 1000 client connections, it will have effectively scaled performance when its response times
An application with 1000 client connections that has effectively scaled performance will the same response time, or close to the same response time, as it does with 50,000 client connections.
Many performance variables will have an impact on our real-time application. As with typical online apps, the data store will surely be the source of performance issues as the program expands. Real-time applications are affected by performance considerations, although non-real-time apps may not be affected.
For example, in a real-time application, you’ll need to communicate information about a high number of real-time connections between your application’s servers.
The developers of an application should be concerned with maintenance scalability. When we add new features, fix bugs, or maintain the uptime of a program over time, we call it maintenance. Developers must spend more time adding features or identifying existing problems in an application. Maintenance is a difficult issue to optimize since it is easy to be ignorant of issues that will arise in the future. We may use a new approach or technology that we believe will make future adjustments easier, but in reality, the reverse will occur! Additionally, our understanding of what is maintainable may evolve with time; for example, new developers on a project may lack familiarity with a technology, which will make maintenance more difficult for them.
Utilizing programming best practices and clearly defined boundaries in an application is a tried-and-true method of ensuring future maintenance. Fortunately, Elixir allows us to create systems with highly distinct levels and boundaries. Although layers theoretically increase the amount of work in our program, well-designed layers provide significant maintenance benefits by making modifications easier.
It’s easy to overlook the cost of something because, as developers, we are frequently isolated from the financial cost of our apps. However, we do have control over a number of factors that influence the cost of our application:
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Of course, these kinds of success stories are rare and will vary depending on the sort of application being created, but the technology has been tested and proven to keep costs down on huge projects.
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