Deep Fried Bytes: What Windows Server AppFabric Means For Developers

Deep Fried Bytes

In this episode Keith and Woody sat down at PDC09 with two members of the Windows Server AppFabric team, Ford McKinstry and Muralidhar Krishnaprasad, to discuss the new server feature. Windows Server AppFabric is a set of integrated technologies that make it easier to build, scale and manage Web

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In this episode Keith and Woody sat down at PDC09 with two members of the Windows Server AppFabric team, Ford McKinstry and Muralidhar Krishnaprasad, to discuss the new server feature. Windows Server AppFabric is a set of integrated technologies that make it easier to build, scale and manage Web and composite applications that run on IIS.


Thanks to our guests this episode

ford

Ford McKinstry is from the Application Server Group at Microsoft where he was the Group Program Manager for Distributed Application Server (DAS). That team is responsible for the AppFabric product and specifically owns support for Hosting and Monitoring of WCF and WF services.   Ford has been at Microsoft for 15 years in a variety of roles and teams. He has focused primarily on developer and enterprise technologies including Visual J++, .Net Framework, WCF and most recently DAS.  He has recently moved to be a Group Program Manager on the Client Management and Protection team in the Identity and Security Division working on Forefront products.

MuralidharKrishnaprasad

Muralidhar Krishnaprasad (known as MK for short) was instrumental in architecting, developing and evangelizing AppFabric Cache, that has proven to be quite popular for scaling and making applications highly available. He is currently working as a development manager for AppFabric Messaging. Prior to Microsoft, he worked in Oracle Corporation where he worked on the Oracle database engine for over a decade. He worked on building various technologies including the Object Relational Infrastructure, Oracle XMLDB to store, query XML documents using SQL & XQuery, and various standards Committees. In addition, he architected the Oracle Secure Enterprise Search product designed to securely crawl, index and search data from multiple Application and data sources.

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