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  • Blog Post: Logging and Counters in App Fabric Cache

      The following is a good place to get started with how to go about collecting basic information for monitoring and/or troubleshooting an App Fabric (AF) cache setup (Host/Cluster and clients). It starts by pointing to some resources on the different available logging features and then, via a sample...
  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache != Database

    Even though this topic looks obvious, there have been some interesting customer scenarios centered around this topic. I am hoping that this blog helps for decision making. As a basic tenet, in most solutions, a distributed cache will be used along with a database to optimize the application performance...
  • Blog Post: Basics on how to setup an App Fabric Cache server and API usage

    At this year’s SQL PASS summit , I had the opportunity to talk with customers about App Fabric Cache and in preparation for the event, I put a demo to show some of the characteristics of the available APIs. The following is an explanation on how to setup the demo, what to expect when running it...
  • Blog Post: Disaster Recovery for AppFabric Caching configuration DB (SQL Mirroring)

      In the middle tier AppFabric (AF) Caching can be setup in High Availability (HA) mode which is the feature that improves resiliency in the case a cache server goes down and for the backed, when using SQL for your configuration database, the simplest answer is to use mirroring. You may use SQL...
  • Blog Post: Updating AppFabric Cache via SQL Service Broker External Activator

    Event Driven Updates If I can't have magic then I want something easy. I'd like to have changes that occur on certain tables be reflected in AppFabric Cache. I'd also like this to occur in an event based manner. "Use SqlDependency and be done with it" you say? That's certainly one answer but it...
  • Blog Post: Building Your Dynamic Router on AppFabric Cache

    I’ve seen a lot of services routing solutions. Some used expensive hardware. Some were built on top of integration or ESB platforms and others were simply built from the ground up. Building from the ground up has always been the most flexible method with the obvious drawback that it was also...
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