What is Elastic Computing?

Definition of  Elastic Computing

Elastic computing provides dynamic allocation of computing resources to virtual machines and cloud infrastructure. It can provision and de-provision processes, memory, and storage resources to meet the peak and off-peak needs of virtual machines.

Brief Description of Elastic Computing

Elastic computing enables virtual machines to manage, measure, forecast and be adaptive to its computing needs.  It fulfills the real-time demand of virtual machines and cloud applications or resources. It allows virtual machines or applications to source computing resources, storage and network capabilities in par with the software load.

Elastic Computing plays the most vital role in developing and delivering highly scalable applications on top of a cloud infrastructure.

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