Category Archives: ASP.Net

Optimize ASP.NET Performance in Microsoft Azure with View State Caching

ASP.NET View State is a client side state management mechanism, which is used to save page and control values. ASP.NET View State is a hidden field on the page as an encoded Base64 string. It is sent to client as … Continue reading

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Improve ASP.NET Performance in Microsoft Azure with Output Cache

Microsoft ASP.NET Output Cache provides functionality to cache rendered content of ASP.NET pages or user controls for a specified duration. This allows your ASP.NET application to serve all subsequent requests from the cache instead of re-rendering and re-execution of a … Continue reading

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Storing ASP.NET Session State in Azure Distributed Cache

Microsoft Azure provides a platform for ASP.NET applications in the cloud. Very often, these applications are high transactional and mission critical in nature. Therefore, it is very important that these applications are able to scale and that there are no … Continue reading

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Share ASP.NET Session State across Multiple Azure Regions

Many high traffic ASP.NET applications in Microsoft Azure are deployed over multiple Microsoft Azure regions in order to handle geographically separated traffic. In these situations, the load balancer always sends traffic to the Microsoft Azure region closest to the user … Continue reading

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How to Handle ASP.NET Session State Storage in Multi-Site Deployments

ASP.NET has become really popular for developing high traffic web applications. Many of these applications are deployed to multiple geographical locations. This is done either for disaster recovery purposes or for handling regional traffic by having the ASP.NET application closer … Continue reading

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How to Cache ASP.NET View State in a Distributed Cache?

ASP.NET today is widely used for high traffic web applications that need to handle millions of users and are deployed in load balanced web farms. One important part of ASP.NET is View State that many applications use. ASP.NET View State … Continue reading

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How to use a Distributed Cache for ASP.NET Output Cache

ASP.NET Output Cache is a mechanism provided by Microsoft that allows you to keep an in memory copy of the rendered content of ASP.NET page. Due to this, ASP.NET is able to serve the subsequent user requests for this page … Continue reading

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How to use LINQ for Searching Distributed Cache?

Distributed caching is becoming really popular among developers of high transaction applications because it improves your application’s performance and scalability. And, this popularity means that developers are caching more and more data in it which they also want to be … Continue reading

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How SQLCacheDependency Synchronizes Distributed Cache with Database?

Distributed Caching has become a popular way of improving .NET application performance and scalability. That is why developers are caching more and more data in distributed cache. However along with this come a few challenges. One important challenge is to … Continue reading

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When to use client cache with distributed caching

A distributed cache is essential for any application that demands fast performance during extreme transaction loads. An in-memory distributed cache is faster than a database. And, it can provide linear scalability in handling greater transaction loads because it can easily … Continue reading

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Using ASP.NET Cache in Web Farms

ASP.NET has now become a really popular technology for web apps and more and more people are developing high traffic applications in it. And, to handle higher traffic, these ASP.NET apps are deployed in load balanced web farms where you … Continue reading

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Configure ASP.NET Session State for Web Farms

There is absolutely no doubt about it. ASP.NET has come to age and a good majority of ASP.NET applications now are high traffic and mission-critical. That means you cannot afford unscheduled downtime of either the entire website or some of … Continue reading

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