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  • Blog Post: Who really knows Windows 10 Technical Preview?

    Windows 10 is FAR more than simply a new and/or Windows Windows 10 "under the covers" Here comes the new (r)-evolution of Windows called Windows 10! Just picking out the differences between Windows XP and Windows 10 or even between Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, improvements have been...
  • Blog Post: Performance Quiz #14: Memory Locality etc. Bonus Round!

    [Note: I accidently pasted an x64 result in place of an x86 result. As it happens the point I was trying to make was that they were very similar, which they are, but they aren't identical... corrected.] Thanks to some careful readers I discovered why the shuffling factors discussed in my previous...
  • Blog Post: .NET Just in Time Compilation and Warming up Your System

    One of the primary obstacle we face while scaling our system is Just In Time (JIT) compilation of the .NET stack. We run a .NET managed application server at a huge scale with many thousands of managed assemblies on each server (and many many thousands of those servers distributed globally).We deploy...
  • Blog Post: Table Bloat Due to Workflow Log Entries

    One of the more common customer issues that has been coming up often lately is table bloat due to a large volume of completed or canceled workflow entries in the organization. There are three main tables that are impacted by this workflow history retention: AsyncOperationBase PrincipalObjectAccess...
  • Blog Post: Performance Quiz #14: Memory Locality, x64 vs. x86, Alignment, and Density

    [ Note: Mystery of the shuffling is solved, the rand() method I was using returns only numbers between 0 and 32k, so shuffling was ineffective in large array sizes. I will post an update. Thank you Ryan! See the new entry for the updated results. ] It's been a very long time since I did a...
  • Blog Post: My personal Azure FAQ on Azure Networking SLAs, bandwidth, latency, performance, SLB, DNS, DMZ, VNET, IPv6 and much more

    IMPORTANT : The information I reported in this post is time sensitive since may change in the future. I will try to maintain the content updated, but you should double--check with official Azure documentation sources. In the last three years I worked extensively on Azure IaaS, during engagements with...
  • Blog Post: 16 dicas para melhorar a performance do Cliente CRM para Outlook

    Recentemente tenho trabalhado em alguns casos sobre performance de cliente CRM para Outlook e gostaria de compartilhar um resumo dos passos que recomendamos à todos os clientes da Microsoft. Estes passos podem ser executados em qualquer cliente CRM, tanto para On Premise 2011, como Online....
  • Blog Post: Nuevos recursos para problemas de performance

    Buenas tardes, Recientemente se han publicado varios artículos en el Blog global del equipo de soporte de Dynamics AX: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/axsupport Contienen información muy completa e importante para analizar y resolver problemas de performance con Dynamics AX. "Managing...
  • Blog Post: You don't have to write it (all) first...

    It seems like I get pretty much the same questions all the time. A common one is, "Rico can you tell me if it would be ok for me to use <technology> to solve this <problem>? How much does <technology> cost anyway?" The answer is (nearly) always the same: "How the hell should I know...
  • Blog Post: Dynamics CRM 2013 設置型 通信パフォーマンスを改善する方法

    みなさん、こんにちは。 今回は、Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) 圧縮および SSL を有効にして Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 設置型の通信パフォーマンスを改善する方法を紹介いたします。 この記事は弊社が提供しているブログ Dynamics CRM in the Field で紹介された 記事を翻訳したものです。なお、本記事で紹介する方法は設置型でのみに有効な方法です。 また Dynamics CRM 2011 における 同様の記事 も合わせてご確認ください。 WCF 圧縮および SSL 暗号化 前回の記事...
  • Blog Post: Updates to our platform roadmap

    Continuing our commitment to openly sharing our platform roadmap via status.modern.IE , today we’re announcing another round of updates to our plan. These updates include new ECMAScript, Networking, Performance, Media, CSS, and DOM features under consideration and in development: Feature...
  • Blog Post: Hyper-V Virtual Switch Performance - Dynamic VMQ

    After working in the hypervisor team for few years, during Windows 8 time frame, I decided to move back to networking as a lead, to lead the increased investments in networking. We built a lot of features such as SR-IOV support, Dynamic VMQ, Extensible Virtual Switch etc. In this post I would talk...
  • Blog Post: Hyper-V Virtual Switch Performance - Virtual Machine Queue

    In my last post, I talked about how various NIC offloads are supported in VMSWITCH to provide high performance network device virtualization. In this post, I would talk about another networking performance technique called virtual machine queues (or VMQ). Background In Windows networking stack...
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