I have been working with Windows Server AppFabric Cache here for the past six months getting an appreciation for what it can do to augment existing applications which use SQL Server as its relational back end. I have been working with Rama Ramani, the Senior Program Manager of the AppFabric team, whom I met at the 2009 PASS conference. The past few months I’ve been testing various scenarios in our environment and gathering a bunch of statistics that compare using AppFabric Cache versus using SQL Server to store the same key-value pair information. The session, SQLCAT: Optimizing application workload & performance by leveraging AppFabric Cache along with SQL Server, will be presented by Rama and I will get a chance to show some of the findings to everyone in the session. I’m excited about this opportunity and look forward to showing folks what AppFabric can do for you.
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