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We are thrilled to announce the final availability of Windows Server AppFabric!
As announced today at TechEd North America, Windows Server AppFabric is available for download to Windows Server 2008 (and Windows Server 2008 R2) Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition customers.
Additional information on Windows Serer AppFabric can be found at the following locations:
Thank you to everyone who participated in the beta program and provided invaluable feedback – we couldn’t have shipped it without your input.
Happy downloading! - Cliff
Thats great. Do you know if there is any support for using CACHING capabilities for an existing web application built with 1.1 or 2.0 framework? I understand installation requires 3.5 or 4.0 framework (which will ideally be a separate server) but as far as CLIENT(s) accessing Cache (or distributed cached data) - is that even possible or completely out of the picture?
Cache Clients need to be build using .NET 3.5 SP1 or .NET 4.0
Cache servers must be installed on machines having .NET 4.0
Just tried a simple web application, modified the project properties 'Target Framework' to use .NET 2.0 - it does not even build.
Is there a benefit of hosting non-WF WCF services in Windows Server AppFabric? We are currently hosting all WCF services as Windows services.
I am looking to get some help with configuring Windows Server AppFabric for multiple environments. I've had a question posted on StackOverflow (stackoverflow.com/.../multiple-instances-of-windows-server-appfabric-configuration) for some time now with no response. I am wondering if you could direct me to where I would best be able to get help with my configuration issues?