Stateless Protocol

Stateless Protocol


A Protocol that requires internal status is on the server, known as Stateless Protocol. The stateless protocol is a communication protocol in which receiver or server not stored any session information. Session data is sent to the receiver by the client in such a way that every packet of information can be understood in isolation, without context information from the previous packet. Stateless protocols help to increase performance by removing server load, caused by "retention of session information".
Stateless Protocol
Stateless Protocol
A stateless protocol does not require the server to store status about each communicating partner in the case of multiple requests. The best examples for the "Stateless Protocol" is the "Hypertext Transfer Protocol", and "Internet Protocol ".

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Stateless Protocol Stateless Protocol Reviewed by Technowap on August 04, 2019 Rating: 5

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