Connecting Your Applications in the Cloud with Windows Azure AppFabric


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In this session, learn about the new features we're enabling with Windows Azure AppFabric to build rich, connected web applications. Today, Windows Azure AppFabric allows connecting service applications to their clients irrespective of network topology, firewalls, and NATs, providing endpoint discoverability, access control and bi-directional information flow between sites in the cloud, on-premises and on the road. We preview new features that make it easy for developers to build rich, connected Microsoft Silverlight applications. We also demonstrate how Windows Azure AppFabric is reaching beyond its .NET Framework roots, making it easy to extend modern, web-based communication patterns to any app, any page, and any device.

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