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.
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.
Troubleshooting applications in production is always a challenge. With AppFabric monitoring your workflows and services, you get great information about exactly what is happening, including notices about unhandled exceptions. In this episode, Michael McKeown
will show you more about how you can…
When you write the product documentation you learn all kinds of cool inside tips about how to use it. In this episode, Michael McKeown shares 10 tips for troubleshooting using the dashboard.
Be sure to check out the AppFabric Wiki for more great tips, and to share yours as well.
In this final "Azure Lessons Learned" post I chat with
Jim Vitek, Director of Ecommerce for
Domino’s Pizza. Domino’s is one of the largest ecommerce site out there. In 2009, Domino’s hit over 20 Million online transactions. That is one heck of a lot of pizza! As you can imagine…
Windows Server AppFabric has extensive monitoring capabilities, which go beyond simply writing events to the server event log. In this video, Michael McKeown explains how you can configure the monitoring level and scope for your workflows and services deployed
in IIS with AppFabric.
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.
When developing your services, you have the option of working with the ASP.NET development server and then deploying to Windows Server AppFabric or, if you prefer, you can develop your service with IIS and AppFabric directly from Visual Studio 2010. In
this episode, I’ll show you what you need…