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Easy Scaling with AppFabric Cache and AOP
 

Easy Scaling with AppFabric Cache and AOP

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Forget throwing massive hardware at your web site, see how you can scale up through intelligent use of caching. Using Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) you can inject caching into your existing ...

Forget throwing massive hardware at your web site, see how you can scale up through intelligent use of caching. Using Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) you can inject caching into your existing application to help it respond better to bursts of load, startup time, and many other common scaling problems.

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    Easy Scaling with AppFabric Cache and AOP Easy Scaling with AppFabric Cache and AOP Presentation Transcript

    • Easy Scaling with AppFabric Cache and AOP
    • What It Takes
      Microsoft AppFabric Cache
      Licensed with Windows Server 2008 & later
      PostSharp Community Edition
      Free version from www.SharpCrafters.com
      Gibraltar Analyst: Optional for monitoring
      Our product, not required for anything you see today.
    • Why Caching?
      Apps ask a lot of repeating questions.
      Stateless applications even more so
      Answers don’t change often
      Authoritative information is expensive
      Loading the world is impractical
    • Out of the Box ASP.NET Caches
      System.Web.Caching – General Purpose
      Use AppFabric as a “drop in” replacement
      Response.Cache a.k.a. Output Cache
      You still want this.
      If you’re not using it already, do this first.
    • Caches Everywhere
    • Integrating the Cache
      Explicit Caching
      Cache Aside Pattern
    • Basic Cache Operations Demo
    • Unique AppFabric Coolness
      Sharable within an Enterprise
      Share transient state, like shopping carts & sessions
      Massive Scale Up
      Rent it from Azure
    • Go Forward and Scale!
      Know your apps real world performance
      Find opportunities to reuse answers from any operation with caching
      Reconsider use of heavy persistence
      Optimize for the Slashdot Effect
    • Caching
      don’t fix stupid
    • Additional Information:
      Websites
      www.GibraltarSoftware.com
      www.SharpCrafters.com
      msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsserver/ee695849.aspx
      Follow Up
      Kendall.Miller@gibraltarsoftware.com
      Twitter: kendallmiller