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- aspnet/benchmarks (DamianEdwards)
The machines are connected to an 8-port Netgear XS708E 10-Gigabit switch. We’re using wrk to generate load from one of our Linux boxes (usually perfsvr2). We also have WCAT set up on perf02 but it as it doesn’t support HTTP pipelining we’ve stopped using it for now.
- Install .NET on a Cloud Service Role (Saurabh Bhatia)
This article describes how to install .NET framework on Cloud Service Web and Worker Roles. You can use these steps to install .NET framework 4.5.2 or .NET 4.6 on the Azure Guest OS Family 4. For the latest information on Guest OS releases see Azure Guest OS Releases and SDK Compatibility Matrix.
- Announcing .NET Framework 4.6.1 RC (Heath Stewart)
We are pleased to announce the release of .NET Framework 4.6.1 RC today. This release includes ~150 fixes and some new features. You can read about the new fixes and features that are included in the RC release and try out the bits using the links below.
- How Halo 5 implemented social gameplay using Azure DocumentDB
Co-authored with Bing Huan Chio, Software Engineer, Halo. With over 65 million units sold, Halo is one of the most popular game franchises of all time.
- Introducing Data Fabric Design for Commodity SQL Databases (Robert Hodges)
The last requirement is especially important and goes to the essential nature of data fabric architecture. The fabric may contain dozens or even hundreds of servers but encapsulates their locations and number.
- Migrating an ASP.NET MVC 5 App to ASP.NET 5
ASP.NET 5 is an amazing reinvention of ASP.NET. When targeted against the .NET Core CLR, ASP.NET is cloud-optimized and cross-platform. Many have already written about the virtues of the new platform.
- David Fowler – ASP.NET 5 Deconstructed (tretton37)
ASP.NET 5 is an entirely new web stack, rebuilt from the ground up to run fast, cross-platform, and completely configurable. Join David Fowler, one of the architects of ASP.NET 5, as he goes deep into the core of ASP.NET 5. What’s the hosting model? How does the HTTP stack work? How do middleware an