Deploying and Managing Microsoft .NET Web Farms

Series
Sams
Author
Barry BA Bloom  
Publisher
Sams Publishing
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Total pages
699
Pub.-date
June 2001
ISBN13
9780672320576
ISBN
0672320576
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Deploying and Managing Microsoft .NET Web Farms
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Description

Learn frameworks and technologies used to build, scale, and fine tune highly available e-business applications.

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Microsoft .NET Web Farms describes the life cycle of Microsoft .NET e-business applications and the steps an organization will take as they grow their online presence.

Detailed descriptions of technology choices an organization makes will save time, effort, and money. In-depth analysis of software technologies used includes Application Center, Network Load Balancing Services (NLBS), Component Load Balancing (CLB), COM+, Firewalls, Cluster Server, useful 3rd party technologies and other key Microsoft .NET components. Finally a hardware roadmap will explore technologies like caching servers, load balancing devices, and others. These hardware and software roadmaps will culminate in a detailed topology of a successful e-business application deployment based on real-world experience.

Author

Barry Bloom (MCP) has worked in the Information Technology field for over five years. At the age of 12, he started his first online business, a bulletin board system, which ran on an Atari 800. He is currently employed as Chief Architect of E-business for Richmont Web Services and Mary Kay, a billion dollar company in Dallas, Texas. He leads projects like network and server infrastructure, software architecture and design, and platform interoperability. In the past three years he has helped Richmont Web Services and Mary Kay grow their online business to over 1 billion in total revenue serving over 300,000 individual businesses, and 20 million end consumers. This effort currently ranks fourth in retail sales on the Internet and will likely move into second place by the end of 2001.