Hanselminutes Podcast 219 - Demystifying Microsoft's Application Server: Windows Server AppFabric with Karandeep Anand
My two-hundred-and-nineteenth podcast is up. Microsoft's Application Server is out and it's called AppFabric. Scott chats with Karandeep Anand from the Distributed Application Server group at Microsoft about Windows Server AppFabric. It's released and it's part of Windows itself. How does it relate to Azure? What's included, and where's Velocity?
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Links from the Show
- Windows Server AppFabric
- Workflow, Services and AppFabric for the Web Developer
- Tailspin Travel AppFabric Sample Application (ASP.NET MVC)
- Hanselminutes Podcast 116 - Distributed Caching with Microsoft's Velocity
- Tutorial Using the Windows Server AppFabric Interface
- VIDEO: ARCast.TV - Scott Hanselman on scaling websites with caching
- Windows Server and Azure AppFabric virtual launch May 20th
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