What is the difference between a Web Farm and a Web Garden?

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Although both the terms sound alike, there is a difference. A WebFarm is a series of web servers that serve same copies of application and thus divide the traffic on the application. This is achieved through a concept called Load Balancing. A WebGarden is a single application pool that contains multiple worker process..

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