Lesson 85 - Defining Scalability and Elasticity 
(posted May 4, 2020)

Scalability is often confused with elasticity. Both are related to the number of requests that can be made concurrently in a system, but they are treated differently in architecture. In this lesson Mark Richards defines the differences between scalability and elasticity and demonstrates how they relate to the layered architecture, event-driven architecture, microservices, and finally space based architecture. 

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