#Round-hashtag#robin load balancing is a technique used in computer networking and server farms to distribute incoming network traffic or workload across multiple servers in a circular, sequential fashion.
- Server List: Maintain a list of servers that can handle incoming requests.
- Sequential Distribution: Incoming requests are distributed to the servers in a sequential order. Each new request is assigned to the next server in the list.
- Circular Rotation: Once the end of the server list is reached, the next request is assigned to the first server in the list, creating a circular rotation.
- Equal Distribution: The goal is to achieve an equal distribution of requests among all the servers in the list, ensuring that no single server becomes overloaded while others remain underutilized