In this episode, Dave Cliffe, Program Manager for Workflow Services, describes the architecture of the Workflow Services infrastructure. For more information, see the Workflow Foundation developer center on MSDN.
In this episode, Windows Workflow Foundation team Program Manager Leon Welicki drops in to show us the team’s guidelines for developing custom activities.
In this episode, Windows Workflow Foundation team Program Manager Leon Welicki drops in to show us the team’s guidelines for developing custom activities.For more information, see the Workflow Foundation developer center on MSDN.
Red Prairie is a software company building solutions for Workforce, Warehouse, and Transportation Management. Of course, every company they serve wants the solution to meet their unique business processes. In this episode, Dan Piessens, Software Architect for Red Prairie, shows us how Windows Workflow Foundation in .NET 4 provides the capabilities they need. For more…
In this episode, Michael McKeown describes how the Windows Server AppFabric Security Model works in a domain environment.
In .NET 3.5, we created the REST Starter Kit as a way to get you up and running with RESTful services. Now that .NET 4 is out, people are asking how to do things like API Key Verification in .NET 4. In this episode, I’ll walk you through a sample based on my blog post on…
In this episode, Michael McKeown describes the security model used in Windows Server AppFabric, which spans Windows Security Groups and SQL Server Database Roles.
You asked for it…here it is. In this episode, Byron Tardif is back to explain how you can setup Windows Server AppFabric in a server farm environment. For more information, see the Windows Server AppFabric Developer Center on MSDN.
Troubleshooting applications in production is always a challenge. With AppFabric monitoring your workflows and services, you get great information about exactly what is happening, including notices about unhandled exceptions. In this episode, Michael McKeown will show you more about how you can use these features to troubleshoot problems with your applications. Be sure to check…
When you write the product documentation you learn all kinds of cool inside tips about how to use it. In this episode, Michael McKeown shares 10 tips for troubleshooting using the dashboard. Be sure to check out the AppFabric Wiki for more great tips, and to share yours as well.