In this episode, Michael McKeown describes the security model used in Windows Server AppFabric, which spans Windows Security Groups and SQL Server Database Roles.$0 $0 For more information, see the
Windows Server AppFabric developer center.
Join Justin Smith, Program Manager on the Windows Azure AppFabric Access Control Service (ACS) team, on a whirlwind tour of the new features of today's Labs release of ACS. Just to whet your appetite, here's a list of some of the news touched on in this
Support for identity providers…
Attend this upcoming, free Windows Azure webcast series and learn how Windows Azure AppFabric fits into the Microsoft cloud strategy and see simple demonstrations of both Windows Azure AppFabric Access Control and Windows Azure AppFabric Service Bus. Take
a look at Windows Azure AppFabric pricing…
So you've heard about project "Dublin" well it has a new name Windows Server App Fabric. Maybe you are wondering how it could help you or what exactly it does?In this episode I'm joined by Ian Wang and Adam Abdelhamed who are going to do a little show and tell.
Damon Squires, principal architect at
RDA, discusses with
Zhiming Xue where in a typical enterprise solution
AppFabric -- consisting of the Service Bus and the Access Control Service -- may be used, how on-premise data are communicated with these…
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In this geekSpeak webcast, industry guru and author Jon Flanders provides details on the caching feature in the recently released Windows Azure AppFabric. AppFabric is a set of integrated technologies that make it easier to build, scale, and manage Web and
composite applications that run on…
You asked for it...here it is. In this episode, Byron Tardif is back to explain how you can setup Windows Server AppFabric in a server farm environment.For more information, see the
Windows Server AppFabric Developer Center on MSDN.
In this episode, Michael McKeown explains how to configure Windows Server AppFabric persistence. Though you don't have to use persistence, if you are creating long-running workflows with Window Workflow Foundation (WF) you will definitely want to do this.
There are not many solutions that can claim to have saved lives. In this episode of Lessons Learned I chat with
Richard Prodger of
Active Web Solutions about the Windows Azure project they’ve been working on
that tracks fishermen in real time. It monitors not only their location but also…