Patterns Of Architecture And .NET Applications Services

Remember the book ” Application Architecture for .NET – Designing Applications and Services “of the patterns & practices, 2002? Although old, this book is read by many people in the market, providing the basis for several application scenarios that are still operating, firm and strong. Part of the success is due to layering the book […]

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SOA, ESB, BPM, EAI with Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010

Some of Microsoft’s platform products are specially dedicated to enterprise scenarios and specific. This is the case of BizTalk Dedicated Server, an application integration engine, which has evolved greatly over the past 10 years. I have worked with BizTalk from time to time, throughout its various versions. Much has changed since the 2000 and 2002 […]

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Patterns For Building Applications For Windows Azure

I’m doing some projects that are to develop patterns. So, here’s some examples drawn from the WAG: A typical application containing Web Roles, Worker Roles and communication Queues Azure is shown below: A simplified version of this pattern with ASP.NET Forms Authentication for Azure Tables see below:

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Windows Azure: Migration Scenarios For The Cloud

This week we begin a mini-series on migration of applications to the Windows Azure platform. How about that? A recurring question in sessions about cloud computing is just about scenarios in existing on-premise and as we migrate to the cloud services. What can we migrate? Layers that we enjoy? What is the architecture more indicative? […]

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