Ramp Up: Developer Introduction to Windows Server AppFabric (Part 2): Caching Services
Learn about how Windows Server AppFabric provides a distributed in-memory application cache platform for developing scalable, available, and high-performance applications in this Ramp Up track.
- Windows Server AppFabric provides a distributed in-memory application cache platform for developing scalable, available, and high-performance applications. Applications can store any serializable CLR object without worrying about where the object gets stored. Scalability can be achieved by simply adding more computers on demand and resilience is enabled by allowing for copies of data to be stored across the cluster, thus protecting data against failures. These capabilities add real value to your existing investments in Windows Server, and deliver new capabilities for demanding application needs in the data center.
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|00 Developer Environment Setup.doc
|01 Introduction and Architecture.doc
|01 Introduction and Architecture.ppt
|02 Programming the Cache.doc
|02 Programming the Cache.ppt
|03 Regions and Tags.doc
|03 Regions and Tags.ppt
|04 Patterns of Use.doc
|04 Patterns of Use.ppt
|05 ASPNET Session State Provider.doc
|05 ASPNET Session State Provider.ppt
|06 HA Locking and Callbacks.doc
|06 HA Locking and Callbacks.ppt
|07 Security and Management.doc
|07 Security and Management.ppt
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Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows XP
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