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  • Blog Post: Are you going to PDC? We are...

    Come meet the Velocity Team in the pavilion and learn about Project "Velocity" in our 2 breakout sessions. Project "Velocity": A First Look presented by Murali Krishnaprasad, Architect It is predicted that all large applications will use a distributed data cache as the initial tier for all data...
  • Blog Post: Creating Multiple Velocity Instances on a Single Machine

    This article will guide you through the process of creating more than one instance of Microsoft project code named "Velocity" (henceforth referred to as "Velocity" for the remainder of the article) on one standalone machine. All such instances created on this machine can form a cluster (or multiple clusters...
  • Blog Post: How to Use Session State Provider (Microsoft Project code named Velocity)

    Microsoft Distributed Cache code named Velocity ships with a custom Session State provider that use distributed cache to spread session objects across the cluster; thus, providing scalability to your web applications. To configure SessionStoreProvider in your web apps: 1. Add <sessionState>...
  • Blog Post: Project "Velocity" CTP1 Features

    Hi, I hope you got a chance to visit our velocity page , download the bits and try it out – We are waiting to hear your feedback and you give it us by commenting on this blog page or by visiting us on our velocity forum . I want to talk about our CTP1 features in this post. Our CTP1...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Project Code Named "Velocity" - Followup

    Yesterday, we announced the first CTP of Microsoft Project Code Named “Velocity”. This post is a follow-up to clear up a couple of points that we’ve seen in forums. First, the usage scenarios. Velocity is intended to provide distributed caching (in memory) for all .NET applications – from enterprise...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Project Codename "Velocity"

    The advances in processors, memory, storage, and connectivity have paved the way for next-generation applications that are data-driven, whose data could reside anywhere (i.e. on the desktops, mobile devices, servers, and in the cloud) and that require access from anywhere (i.e. local, remote, over the...
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