THE Government's bank account is bursting at the seams
He says scalability is "the ability to grow your system smoothly and economically as your requirements increase." Winter is not talking here about the simpler hardware aspect of scalable systems; he means scalable data size, speed, workload, and transaction cost, all elements that a company must measure and project at the beginning of the database planning process, not once their original database implementation is showing signs of bursting at the seams
With city populations bursting at the seams
, many see rural life as a haven from urban problems: diminishing green space, crime, overcrowded streets, shrinking social services.
In practice the 'Trio' has become a centre for everyone, bursting at the seams
with the demands made on its limited space.
Department heads were buried in a paper jungle of staffing, scheduling, billing, and inventories stuffed into file cabinets bursting at the seams
"We're bursting at the seams
," company president Thomas J.
It is a fact that most foundry sales managers are literally bursting at the seams
. Since they probably already are overworked, adding more responsibilities to their present load only creates more problems than it solves.
We now have a House of Lords bursting at the seams
where the well-heeled can turn up and claim PS300 per day plus perks, no questions asked.
Tonight, we're in Brixham, Northamptonshire, where Ian and Sarah's home is bursting at the seams
with a toddler and dogs.
More than 100,000 youngsters across England are being taught in schools that are "bursting at the seams
" with classes of 30-plus kids.
In Middlesbrough alone, 27 families had been put up in hotels as the town's two main hostels were bursting at the seams
He told them: "Ballet West has been so successful that it is now bursting at the seams
and there is an urgent need for larger studio space."