Microsoft project code named "Velocity"

Distributed Caching

Announcing Windows Server AppFabric Beta2 Release

We are excited to announce that the Beta 2 release of Windows Server AppFabric is now available for...

Author: velocityteam Date: 03/01/2010

PDC talk

http://microsoftpdc.com/Sessions/FT26 My PDC talk on AppFabric Caching

Author: velocityteam Date: 12/03/2009

Announcing "Windows Server AppFabric"

At PDC 2009 we have announced roadmap and details on release of Microsoft project codenamed...

Author: velocityteam Date: 11/17/2009

Griddynamics benchmark on Velocity

Benchmark showcases Microsoft’s Project Code-named “Velocity” ability to Scale Web Application Grid...

Author: velocityteam Date: 09/30/2009

PowerShell Scripting for Microsoft project code named "Velocity"

Windows PowerShell allows you to invoke C# code directly from the PowerShell scripts. This offers a...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/29/2009

Troubleshooting “Velocity” Series – III (Continued)

How to control ETW sessions and collect traces In this section I will describe how to work with an...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/29/2009

Troubleshooting “Velocity” Series – III

How to use “Velocity” logging framework Microsoft project code named "Velocity" provides the ability...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/24/2009

Troubleshooting “Velocity” Series - II

How to ensure you have correct client libraries This section is more important for people who are...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/22/2009

Troubleshooting “Velocity” Series

Hi, Hope all of you are having great time caching your data with Microsoft project code named...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/17/2009

EF Query caching with Velocity

Jarek has written a blog and a sample of integrating caches into EF. One integration sample is using...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/16/2009

Proposed Performance Counters for CTP4

We are planning to add performance counters in the upcoming release, CTP4. The performance counters...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/10/2009

Velocity CTP3 Samples are now available

Velocity CTP3 Samples are now available under...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/10/2009

Update on Velocity upcoming release - CTP4

As Velocity moves ahead with the next release milestone, there is an update that - Velocity is...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/10/2009

Velocity MSDN Magazine Article

Aaron has published a Velocity article on MSDN magazine. It also include sample code for the cool...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/02/2009

The dreaded error - Cache::Get: The request timed out

Sometimes you see this error in the Get calls and this can freak out people. There are a few reasons...

Author: velocityteam Date: 04/30/2009

More performance numbers

Anshul ran some more numbers to see the max throughput and latency that we have observed with CTP3....

Author: velocityteam Date: 04/21/2009

Pushing Client Performance

You can increase the number of clients to increase the cache throughput. But sometimes if you want...

Author: velocityteam Date: 04/15/2009

Regions and high Availability

When talking to some customers and partners, there was some confusion regarding regions and high...

Author: velocityteam Date: 04/15/2009

Announcing Velocity CTP3 !

Velocity Team is happy to announce release of Microsoft project code named "Velocity" CTP3 For...

Author: velocityteam Date: 04/08/2009

Performance!

In my MIX talk I told that for 2k reads, we take 3ms. It is actually the case under load where the...

Author: velocityteam Date: 04/01/2009

Update on CTP3.

We had initially planned to release CTP3 during MIX. However, we had to make some API changes to get...

Author: velocityteam Date: 03/31/2009

MIX 09

I presented at MIX about Velocity and was a great response. Here is a video of the talk - I also...

Author: velocityteam Date: 03/26/2009

Velocity CTP3 ...

Microsoft distributed cache project codename 'Velocity' CTP3 is coming out soon, as we are working...

Author: velocityteam Date: 03/02/2009

How to use C# to perform cluster administration in “Velocity”

This article talks about using Microsoft project code named “Velocity” PowerShell cmdlets in C# code...

Author: velocityteam Date: 03/02/2009

PDC Videos are here!

Anil and myself presented Velocity at PDC - I did an overview (Intro) session while Anil did an...

Author: velocityteam Date: 10/31/2008

Changes to Session State Provider Configuration (web.config) for CTP2

Some changes are needed to be done in the application's configuration (web.config) to use the...

Author: velocityteam Date: 10/29/2008

Announcing CTP2 of Microsoft project code name "Velocity"

Today we are announcing CTP2 of Microsoft Project Code Name Velocity. Please download the CTP2 bits...

Author: velocityteam Date: 10/27/2008

Are you going to PDC? We are...

Come meet the Velocity Team in the pavilion and learn about Project "Velocity" in our 2 breakout...

Author: dpblogs Date: 10/03/2008

Velocity podcast

Craig Shoemaker interviewed us at TechEd and has posted the podcast on his website - Architecting...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/19/2008

Velocity TechEd Presentation

Anil and I gave a presentation on Velocity in one of the breakout sessions at TechEd. I have added...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/16/2008

Creating Multiple Velocity Instances on a Single Machine

This article will guide you through the process of creating more than one instance of Microsoft...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/10/2008

How to Use Session State Provider (Microsoft Project code named Velocity)

Microsoft Distributed Cache code named Velocity ships with a custom Session State provider that use...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/05/2008

Project "Velocity" CTP1 Features

Hi, I hope you got a chance to visit our velocity page, download the bits and try it out – We are...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/04/2008

Microsoft Project Code Named "Velocity" - Followup

Yesterday, we announced the first CTP of Microsoft Project Code Named “Velocity”. This post is a...

Author: velocityteam Date: 06/03/2008

Introducing Project Codename "Velocity"

The advances in processors, memory, storage, and connectivity have paved the way for next-generation...

Author: dpblogs Date: 06/02/2008