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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: Windows Azure AppFabric Caching Service - soup to nuts primer

    Introduction One of the important reasons to move an application to the cloud is scalability (outside of other benefits that the cloud provides). When the application is deployed to the cloud, it is critical to maintain performance - the system needs to handle the increase in load and importantly maintain...
  • Blog Post: A Configurable AppFabric Cache Attribute For Your WCF Services

    Doing a search online for WCF and Cache will eventually lead you to a number of links* demonstrating the use of an IOperationInvoker implementation to manage caching. With AppFabric Cache rapidly becoming a mainstream enterprise technology I felt this to be an ideal time to revisit this concept. I...
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