This is a great way to start building some extra strength in those fingers and you will find it is a great way to build some extra speed as a result of all the legato notes. In the next tab I wrote down the same scale but the beat is now divided in groups of 4 (sixteenth notes), go this a go as well, the rhythm will give things a different feel.
Clever use of the different legato techniques will help you build speed, the following lick is an example of how this could be approached, using motives.
Again also in sixteenth notes
For those that have been paying attention: the lick was derived from Steve Vai‘s blazing lick in “I would love to”
Around 2:47 the lick starts in a blazing speed!
Finally for some additional strength building here a final legato lick sliding up the neck.
The lick is hard work on the muscles if not used to it so don’t overdo it.
Also: work out some scalar patterns for yourself and see what you can do with it. And at all times do try to go faster than you can handle. You will find that over time your speed will get higher. One way to do this is by practicing a certain) series of licks and gradually build up the speed to the max, that will be your starting point for the next time and do the same again.