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Runtime Data Sharing through a Distributed Cache

by Iqbal M. Khan

Many organizations develop a combination of .NET and Java web and SOA applications. And, many of these applications need to share data with one another at run time. Often, they're all working on common business data that's stored in a database. Learn how to share data across multiple .NET to .NET and Java applications at runtime with the help of a distributed cache.


Handling Relational Data in Distributed Cache

by Iqbal M. Khan

Most ASP.NET applications that needs scalability are data intensive and use relational database as their data store. Learn about relational data, object relational mapping, its management, caching strategies and handling collections in a distributed cache in this webcast.


Scaling .NET Apps with In-Memory Distributed Cache

by Iqbal M. Khan

This webinar explains where the scalability bottlenecks can occur in your .NET applications and how to use in-memory distributed caching to remove these bottlenecks.


Scaling ASP.NET with Distributed Sessions

by Iqbal M. Khan

Your ASP.NET web applications come under great stress when your website is experiencing peak loads. This webinar explains how to scale up ASP.NET applications to handle that stress using distributed sessions instead of the built in sessions storage capability.


Distributing ASP.NET Sessions in Web Farms

by Iqbal M. Khan

Handling ASP.NET sessions in a web farm is a challenge for most people. A good option is to store them in a distributed cache. Applications cache data in a distributed cache because it is faster and more scalable than database. So, why not use the same distributed cache for your ASP.NET sessions as well.


Object-Relational Mapping in ASP.NET Apps (MSDN)

by Iqbal M. Khan

Although object-oriented ASP.NET applications rely on objects as their building blocks, they typically need to interact with relational databases that store data in rows and tables instead of objects. View this MSDN webcast to learn how to use object-to-relational mapping in your ASP.NET applications to map your objects to your relational databases effectively and without losing efficiency.


Distributed Caching in ASP.NET Apps (MSDN)

by Iqbal M. Khan

Does your .NET application run in a server farm? If so, have you considered using distributed object caching and distributed ASP.NET sessions? Distributed object caching can significantly improve performance, scalability, and availability of .NET applications running in web farms.View this webcast to learn about distributed object caching, and to find out how to use ASP.NET sessions in server farms with a load balancer, either with sticky sessions or by using the StateServer or SqlServer session state mode.