Maximum Performance: Accelerate Your Cloud Services Applications with Windows Azure Caching

This session is a deep dive into the new Windows Azure Caching on role instances, first introduced in the Windows Azure 1.8 release October 2012. This session reviews the Caching features, and then provides demos and walkthroughs of implementing several key scenarios, including configuring dedicated and co-located cache topologies, using the capacity guide planner to determine the right cache cluster settings, best practices for implementing caching in your applications, and an overview of troubleshooting and diagnostics using the caching diagnostic level introduced in Windows Azure 1.8.

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