ASP.NET/ASP.NET Core Session Sharing with NCache

ASP.NET/ASP.NET Core Session Sharing with NCache

Microsoft is favoring ASP.NET Core over the legacy ASP.NET and plans on making all future developments in the former. Meaning, ASP.NET is slowly becoming obsolete. Hence, developers are switching to ASP.NET Core to reap the benefits of all future updates and technologies. But, the users who have been using ASP.NET for years can’t make this…

Fixing ASP .NET Performance Bottlenecks

Fixing Four ASP.NET Performance Bottlenecks

ASP.NET has become developers’ foremost choice in developing high-traffic web applications. Because of its scalable nature, the ASP.NET application tier can seamlessly handle thousands of concurrent users with millions of requests per day. Such high-traffic ASP.NET applications are deployed in a load-balanced web farm with a load balancer, routing user requests to multiple web servers.…

ASP.NET Session State Store in Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure provides a platform for ASP.NET applications in the cloud. Very often, these applications are high transaction and mission-critical in nature. Therefore, it is very important that these applications are scalable and result in no data loss if a web server goes down at any time. NCache Details             …

ASP.NET Session State Sharing across Multiple Azure Regions

Many high-traffic ASP.NET applications in Microsoft Azure are deployed over multiple Microsoft Azure regions in order to handle geographically separated traffic. In these situations, the load balancer always sends traffic to the Microsoft Azure region closest to the user for faster response time. In this scenario, you may run into a situation where you have…

How to Store ASP.NET Session State in Multi-Site Deployments?

ASP.NET is known for developing high-traffic web applications. Many of these applications are deployed to multiple geographical locations. This multi-site deployment is done either for disaster recovery purposes or for handling regional traffic by having the ASP.NET application closer to the end user. In the case of disaster recovery, there is usually one active site…