Passive FTP Service on action

Hi everyone, Nowadays i have came across some number of questions, which one is better for FTP mode: Active or Passive mode? We mostly recommend using passive mode, if you face your server to internet. This is also mentioned on IIS.Net article, that active mode is no more recommended, and passive connections work much better in Internet…

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SignalR Performance and Scaleout configuration.

Hi again, In this blogpost, I want to share with you, what you can do on a distributed SignalR environment, to improve performance. After working on a number of SignalR related performance issues, i saw that scale-out configuration was helping to resolve connectivity problems. When you have increased contention on backplane (ie. Locks on backplane…

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SignalR troubleshooting : “Performance Counters” and “Tracing”

Hello, In this blogpost, I wanted to share with you some of the troubleshooting methods available on “SignalR”. Especally, SignalR tracing helps a lot to diagnose end-to-end connectivity issues. For assessment of performance, “SignalR Performance Counters” can be collected. See below, how these can be activated. Enabling SignalR Tracing: You can configure server (if possible…

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A bit of clarity for IIS request queueing

Hi again, After IIS7 and later IIS versions, there has been some changes on the way the requests are queued, especially when you use Integrated pipeline. This blog is a very good resource to understand these changes. Even this is not a new thing, there may still be confusions around using performance counter values, especially, when…

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ASPNET RC1 has launched

Hi, We are close to the end of November, and you may hear the footsteps of winter coming, for the north! For the ones, who are following ASP NET 5, it is now open source, cross-platform and portable, more charismatic then ever. Its exciting to see that it is reshaping itself for the Cloud world….

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I am back after a break!

Hi, I am working as a Support Escalation Engineer in Microsoft, supporting “EMEA premier customers”, especially for web based technologies. Previously, I was contributing to a “Turkish blog” named “devtr” with one of my colleagues, and now i will also create blog posts mainly in “English” for my own blogging site here.  There are many reasons to…

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