Ramp Up: Developer Introduction to Windows Server AppFabric

Many business applications have a significant code base responsible for back end business processes and activities that are both hard to write and even more challenging to manage. With Web Services being the primary way to expose and consume business logic, building services, coordinating services and implementing the long running processes across these services needs to get easier. The combination of Windows Workflow Foundation in Microsoft .NET 4 together with Windows Server AppFabric provides a new way to create these business processes, to coordinate services and to expose these workflows as services themselves.

Dive into these 2 new, registration-free Ramp Up learning tracks and find out what's needed to build services and workflows and learn how to configure and manage these using Windows Server AppFabric.

Developer Introduction to Windows Server AppFabric (Part 1): Hosting Services
Developer Introduction to Windows Server AppFabric (Part 2): Caching Services

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