Windows Azure AppFabric

Windows Azure AppFabric contains three main services: Cache, Access Control, and Service Bus. This course covers all areas of these services.
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Windows Azure AppFabric contains three main services: Cache, Access Control, and Service Bus. This course covers all areas of these services.
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The Windows Azure AppFabric contains three services meant to improve developer productivity in the cloud: Cache, Access Control, and Service Bus. This course covers all areas of these services. The services themselves offer a lot of functionality: high performance caching of frequently used data, an STS that can make single sign-on a breeze from corporate accounts, and a mechanism to expose services from your local infrastructure out to the Internet. Inside, you'll find gems like a pub sub system, short-lifetime queues, and full authentication integration with Google, Yahoo!, Facebook, and Windows Live.

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Description
The Windows Azure AppFabric contains three services meant to improve developer productivity in the cloud: Cache, Access Control, and Service Bus. This course covers all areas of these services. The services themselves offer a lot of functionality: high performance caching of frequently used data, an STS that can make single sign-on a breeze from corporate accounts, and a mechanism to expose services from your local infrastructure out to the Internet. Inside, you'll find gems like a pub sub system, short-lifetime queues, and full authentication integration with Google, Yahoo!, Facebook, and Windows Live.
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Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(21)
Duration
4h 19m
Released
26 Dec 2010
Course authors

Scott Seely is the president of The Jeanius Factory, Inc., a Microsoft Regional Director and a Microsoft MVP.

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