Juval Löwy is the founder of IDesign and a master software architect specializing in system and project design. Juval has mentored hundreds of architects across the globe, sharing his insights, techniques, and breakthroughs, in architecture, project design, development process, and technology. Juval had participated in the Microsoft internal strategic design reviews for C#, WCF and related technologies. Juval is a frequent speaker at the major international software development conferences. Juval published several bestsellers, and his latest book is the forthcoming 4th edition of Programming WCF Services (O'Reilly 2015). Juval published numerous articles, regarding almost every aspect of modern software development and architecture. Microsoft recognized Juval as a Software Legend as one of the world's top experts and industry leaders
Speakers: Juval Lowy
The .NET services bus is part of the new Microsoft Cloud Computing Windows Azure initiative, and arguably, it is the most accessible, ready to use, powerful, and needed piece. The service bus allows clients to connects to services across any machine, network, firewall, NAT, routers, load balancers, virtualization, IP and DNS as if they were part of the same local network, and doing all that without compromising on the programming model or security. The service bus also supports callbacks, event publishing, authentication and authorization and doing all that in a WCF-friendly manner. This session will present the service bus programming model, how to configure and administer service bus solutions, working with the dedicated relay bindings including the available communication modes, relying on authentication in the cloud for local services and the various authentication options, and how to provide for end-to-end security through the relay service. You will also see some advanced WCF programming techniques, original helper classes, productivity-enhancing utilities and tools, as well as discussion of design best practices and pitfalls.
Speakers: Juval Lowy
The .NET services bus was developed with solving the connectivity issue of web services, and as a general way of relaying messages to services. But controlling a messaging junction in the cloud has the potential for much more than messages relay. The services bus can act as a sophisticated interceptor, adding valuable aspects to your application. The first such aspects are routing and queuing. You can install a router to send messages to multiple subscribers or act as a load balancer. You can have the services bus queue up your client calls until the service is ready to process them. You can combine routers and queues, and have queues and routers subscribe to routers, enabling application features that would be very difficult without the services bus. This session presents the new capabilities and the new design patterns and pitfalls. You will also see some advanced WCF programming techniques, original helper classes, productivity-enhancing utilities and tools.
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