Author: Nitheesh Poojary, Cloud Architect - Six Nines IT
Editors: Vinny Carpenter, Justin Alan Ryan
When a user uses web pages in a given browser, a user session is created by the server and the session ID is managed internally during the web session of the user. For example, when a user viewed three pages and logs out, this is termed as one web session. The HTTP protocol is stateless, so the server and the browser should have a way of storing the identity of each user session.