This ARCast features Michael Manos
who leads all the datacenters for Microsoft globally. Michael is leading Microsoft’s transformation into massive scale datacenter environments for Web 2.0 and online services. Michael is interviewed by
In this video I’m back on the Advanta campus chatting with Michael Merz, Program Manager for
Application Integration Framework (AIF) on the Dynamics AX team.
AIF is a standards-based framework that allows you to publish and consume web services. It’s used primarily in integration…
RESTful services expose more than just GET. Many times, we also have to expose the capability to insert, update and delete. There are many differing opinions on how inserts, updates and deletes should be modeled in a "RESTful" architecture. This screencast
WCF 3.5 provides the ability to easily expose services to AJAX client applications. Specifically, the webHttpBinding has an "AJAX-Friendly" endpoint behavior. What do I mean by "AJAX-Friendly"? To me, it means that we will create a client proxy that
Most of you know all about SOAP but perhaps you have been hearing a lot more about REST web services lately. Wondering what this is all about? Well check out this episode where Bob Familiar and I discuss the two.
The Identity Provider in BizTalk Services (http://biztalk.net) is pretty darn cool. In general, it makes it easy to delegate identity and access control to a hosted service.
In a more general sense, BizTalk Services make it easier to break through the boundaries that can keep software systems…
Josh Holmes caught up with
Chris Madrid after the ArcReady in Cleveland and interviewed him about the
Microsoft Services Engine. This is a very cool open source solution that MCS (Microsoft Consulting Services) uses as part of their services offerings.
Check out the project talked about in…
Josh Holmes had the pleasure of catching up with
Richard Hale Shaw and talking to him about his thoughts on WCF. We talk about that the technology enables as well as
Richard's thoughts on why WCF has not been as widely adopted as it should have been.