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  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache Capabilities - Data Integrity

    Data expiration contains elements that make the cache allocation more efficient. The feature removes items that are not current from the cache, freeing the memory and the resources associated. Capability Description Weight Transaction support ...
  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache Capabilities - Notifications

    A notification system allows the cache to interact with external applications. This attribute can be useful on scenarios where certain activities, for example workflows, need to know the state of an item. Capability Description Weight Cache item notification...
  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache Capabilities - Data Expiration

    Data expiration contains elements that makes the cache allocation more efficient. The feature removes items that are not current from the cache, freeing the memory and the resources associated. The capabilities list looks like this: Capability Description Weight ...
  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache Capabilities - Data Organization

    Here is the third installment, this time focusing on the data organization. Capability Description Weight Cache Groups This capability allows caches to be partitioned in groups; this allows cache subdivision that can help the designers to organize...
  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache Capabilities - Data Manipulation

    This is the second entry, data manipulation. Each one of them have a description and a generic guideline based on the experience of our implementations. I have added a weight, may look arbitrary but is based on the average importance on our projects. Capability Description ...
  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache Capabilities - Data Storage

    In this first installment we are going to share the data storage attribute and its capabilities. Each one of them have a description and a generic guideline based on the experience of our implementations. I have added a weight, may look arbitrary but is based on the average importance on our projects...
  • Blog Post: Distributed Cache Capabilities guideline

    In this series, I am going to publish a series of guidelines that can be used when selecting a distributed cache technology. The series will be divided in the main caching attributes, each of them containing a list of capabilities. The main categories that I will present are the following ones: Data...
  • Blog Post: ADM SoundBytes: A lap around the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF)

    Our next SoundByte is: "A lap round the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF)". It is charged at the rate of 1 hour from your ADM contract. For this price you may have up to 2 Live Meeting connections, and you are of course free to use these to broadcast to a room full of people in...
  • Blog Post: .NET Hidden Gems - Memory fail points

    I am embarking in a series of mini post called .NET hidden gems, not necessarily new bits but usually unknown. They are dedicated to those small features and components that are not commonly used but can deliver interesting value in certain scenarios. Today I am going to show you some functions...
  • Blog Post: How to configure WinDbg to run other versions of the .NET

    I usually receive a very common question when customers jump into the WinDbg adventure, and is related to the loading of SOS when the version of the .NET mismatches the version installed on their system. The scenario is quite common, you have a customer that is running another service pack or even...
  • Blog Post: ADC SoundByte: Parallel Programming in Visual Studio 2010

    Our next SoundByte takes a look at some of the new features in Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0 that enable you to develop parallel applications with ease. It is charged at the rate of 1 hour from your ADC contract. For this price you may have up to 2 Live Meeting connections, and you are of...
  • Blog Post: Working with memory mapped files in .NET 4

    oI have been exploring different new features that come with the .NET 4, beyond the most popular ones like dynamic types and covariance; I was interested in performance enhancements. For this reason I am going to publish a couple of blog entries were I explore these different features. Memory mapped...
  • Blog Post: Background and Foreground GC in .NET 4

    Another interesting new feature of the CLR 4 comes from the Garbage collection team. On this version, they are adding some performance enhancements on the memory allocation process. The feature is commonly called “Background GC”. But what does it actually mean? As applications are starting to consume...
  • Blog Post: Design: Architecture Frame Considerations (Part 1)

    At Microsoft we are working hard in putting together the different components that are involved deciding the architecture approach. One of these components is the architecture frame, which together with the architecture style and application type creates the architectural baseline for modern design....
  • Blog Post: Design: SOA Taxonomy, an object oriented approach

    This interesting post by Salvador explores the topic of SOA Taxonomy. An essential part of the SOA Governance is to properly identify the requirements in order to introduce or upgrade a service within your SOA model, this is commonly known and service and integration planning within the SOA lifecycle...
  • Blog Post: Meet 'Salvador Alvarez Patuel', he's an ADC.

    In this weeks ADC interview we meet Salvador Alvarez Patuel. Hello Salvador, who are you? My name is Salvador Alvarez Patuel, I am a senior ADC working on the most amazing challenges. I am originally from Argentina but have been living in the UK for the last 7 years. My Gamer Tag is hyper...
  • Blog Post: Build: Sharing types and instances between Silverlight and JavaScript

    This post by Salvador shows how to reuse current JavaScript functionality with Silverlight. The first thing that ASP.NET developers ask themselves is how to reuse the current existing JavaScript functionality with Silverlight applications. The good news is that the Silverlight team has delivered what...
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