On https://cheapskatesguide.org/articles/raspberry-pi-webserver.html, it says, "I recently had the opportunity to observe the performance of a Lighttpd web server running on a Raspberry Pi 3 while connected to the Internet under "heavy" load. Visitors viewed a single, small html webpage containing 7KB of text and a 46KB jpg picture more than 20,000 times in a 12-hour period. That is the equivalent of once every 2.16 seconds or 1.2 million times a month. As far as I could tell, not only did the Raspberry Pi 3 not crash, it continued to run just fine with no significant slowdown. I think this is proof that just about anyone who wants to run their own website with static or nearly static webpages from home should feel confident running it on a Lighttpd/Raspberry Pi 3 webserver."
Has anyone observed better real-world performance than this from a Raspberry Pi 3 Webserver?