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Cloud Computing through .NET

Posted By:nishithraj       Posted Date: November 27, 2009    Points: 25    Category: ASP.NET    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

Cloud Computing through .NET.

This article is a heads up to the cloud computing concept introduced in .NET 4.0

"Azure" is project name from Microsoft for Cloud Computing. They are going to introduce this from the upcoming version of .NET Framework 4.0. It might make a dramatic changes in the existing Web applications.

Through Cloud computing Microsoft targets for platform independency in their applications.
That is Each web can communicate to any other servers directly.

Advantages for ASP.NET applications:

Following are the advantages of ASP.NET applications by implementing Cloud computing.

1) Cost cutting - Both the small & large scall organizations can implement this.
2) More storage for Data.
3) Mobilitiy of Data - Data can be moved to any kind of servers(e.g Data can easily moved to Unix based machine from Windows).
4) More advantages on BCP(Disaster recoverty etc) plans

By the implementation of Cloud computing, the Web application will give the same level of performance even the traffic to the site is at the peak.


Following jobs will be very hectic by the implementation of Azure.

1) Implementation of session - The application must communicate with multiple servers also multiple applications. Implementation of session is limited upto the ASP.NET application.

2) Implementation of authentication - In several servers authentication is with different kind of scenarios

3) System Integration - I'm sure that the platform independency can lead to many challenges for the developers.

4) Migration of existing application - Because of all the above features migations will be very tough.

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