- Throughput - number of requests processed by the server per unit time. In your case, the server was able to process 2090.949 requests in a minute. (It is not 2 million)
- Response Time - y-Axis indicates the response time - the time between once the request is sent from Jmeter till the response received by the Jmeter. It also includes any latency.
- Average - a simple average of all the response times
- Median - It is the middle number from the sorted list of numbers.
Lets assume I send 11 requests to access www.google.com.
The response times for those 11 requests were 1,1,2,1,3,1,4,5,1,41,28 seconds.
If i find a average 88/11 = 8 seconds.
If i find a median = 1,1,1,1,1,2,3,4,5,28,41 = 2 seconds
Average here shows that it takes 8 seconds to get the response from google. But actually it is not true as the average has the disadvantage of being affected by any single value being too high!!
That is where median comes into picture. It shows here that 50% of the requests got their response within 2 seconds.