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Small Defination of Big Data?

May 22, 2012 2 comments

Big data is BIG NEWS in Industry today. Big data is nothing but characteristics of data then bigness of data. Big data really implies different analytics, different data structures and different diversity to the analytics.

And diversity of application was never exists before which is driven by different variety of applications. Currently applications are dealing with this kind of data and ready to present analytics with it. Read more…

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Implement appFabric caching service to build faster ASP.NET Applications with Windows Azure

May 18, 2012 1 comment

Speed up Web Applications using the new Windows Azure AppFabric Caching service. This article will cover concepts, scenarios, and features of the Caching service through a sample code and demonstrations.

In a world where speed and scale are the key success metrics of any solution, they can’t be afterthoughts or retrofitted to application architecture. The Windows Azure AppFabric Caching service provides the necessary building blocks to simplify these challenges without having to learn about deploying and managing another tier in your application architecture. In a nutshell, the Caching service is the elastic memory that your application needs for increasing its performance and throughput by offloading the pressure from the data tier and the distributed state so that your application is able to easily scale out the compute tier. Read more…

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