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|@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ The server keeps no persistent state, thus allowing for scalability:|
|- Multi-site support|
|- Clients connect to different server instances (e.g. host1.server.com:81, host4.server.com:80, etc)|
|- Which server instance to connect to is chosen by random (with some weightening) for "new" clients|
|- - Clients sticks to a server instance as long as the server does not reply with any 5xx responses (in which case the client selects a new server using round-robin).|
|+ - Clients "stick with" a server instance as long as the server does not reply with a 5xx response (in which case the client selects a new server using round-robin).|
|- When a server instance fails (crashes) the client will automatically connect ti a new backend and re-send the request (which caused the detection of a faulty server).|
|- Built-in authentication|
|- Challenge-response with intermediate, cacheable representation|