Everything in our services is async, Except for the calls to the damn cache.2 votes
So that multiple web roles can share the same cache.262 votes
At PDC 2010, we announced Windows Azure AppFabric Caching – a distributed, in-memory cache for applications running in Windows Azure.
Based on Windows Server AppFabric Caching capabilities, it’s intended to significantly speed up access to data for your Windows Azure applications.
This feature is in CTP now, and should be generally available in 2011. You can find more details here:
Enumerate cache objects, clear the cache, list open connections to cache, and close open connections. We are missing some key methods here.43 votes
AppFabric caching has quotas which cap the amount of traffic and number of transactions allowed. Without notification support Azure applications must poll to detect changes. This is veru undesirable.30 votes
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