Cycle glossary

Product terminology simply explained

Product Scalability

Product Scalability refers to the ability of a product to handle an increasing number of users, transactions, or data without compromising its performance or stability. Imagine owning a popular food truck. As more customers line up for your delicious creations, you need to scale up your operations to meet the demand. In the software world, this means ensuring that your product can handle a growing user base and increasing data load without slowing down or crashing. Scalability is crucial for product managers to plan for future growth and ensure a smooth user experience.

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