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Vertical scaling implies increasing the system parameters of processing speed, storage, and memory for greater performance. This approach is limited by physical capabilities whose improvements have been described by Moore's Laws, requiring ever more sophisticated elements (e.g., hardware, software) that add time and expense to the implementation.[1]

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  1. NIST Big Data Interoperability Framework, Vol. 1, at 5.

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