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Vertical Scaling refers to adding more CPU, memory, or I/O resources to an existing server, or replacing one server with a more powerful server. Amazon Web Services (AWS) vertical scaling and Microsoft Azure vertical scaling can be accomplished by changing instance sizes, or in a data center by purchasing a new, more powerful appliance and discarding the old one. AWS and Azure cloud services have many different instance sizes, so scaling vertically is possible for everything from EC2 instances to RDS databases.


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