What Is Server Workload?

June 6, 2023

Server workload is the number of computational tasks a server performs during a fixed timeframe. The workload represents the demand on a server’s hardware resources, for example, the number of concurrent connections to an application. The complexity and the volume of requests determine how much computational power and resources will be allocated at a given time.

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