Windows Azure AppFabric Cache - Cache to save cash
- Date: June 23, 2011 from 10:15PM to 11:15PM
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High-scalable applications that have to serve millions of users everyday are in need of a high-scalable, highly available and durable caching platform and architecture. Distributed caching nodes are the almost always the best solution to avoid unnecessary round-trips to the database but they can also be a cause of problems and issues if they are not implemented correctly. One of the most anticipated features of PDC '10 was Windows Azure AppFabric Cache and it has
been released to production very recently. Let's see how it works and how it blends with Windows Azure AppFabric's Access Control (ACL) and the rest of the platform.
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Speaker: Panagiotis Kefalidis
Panagiotis Kefalidis is a Senior Microsoft Consultant and Trainer for Devoteam Belgium, having hands-on experience of almost 8 years. He has been a speaker at domestic and international events such TechEd and ITProDevConnections, delivering trainings and consulting on cloud
computing and the Windows Azure Platform for 3 years, having also experience on other platforms like AWS. He has a broad knowledge of different technologies starting from .NET and managed code up to Win32 ASM and virtualization, SOA patterns/practices and Agile methodologies.
Panagiotis is a Windows Azure MVP and supports the EuroCloud movement.