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Heartbeat

In computing, a heartbeat is a tiny exchange between computers, typically used in a server environment where stability and uptime are critical, that checks to make sure all systems on the heartbeat network are available and operational. The operation is called a heartbeat because the exchange happens twice per second and mirrors the regularity of a beating heart.

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