Windows SIG: .NET Enterprise Services
Come and hear how to build .NET serviced components, how to configure them, how to build and deploy their containing assemblies, best practiced and pitfalls.
Juval Löwy, Software Architect - IDesign Inc.
.NET Enterprise Services
.NET offers a rich set of component services essential for any Enterprise-worthy application, called Enterprise Services. These services include instance management, transactions, activity based synchronization, granular role-based security, disconnected asynchronous queued components, and loosely-coupled events. Components that used these services are called serviced components. This talk demonstrates how to build .NET serviced components, how to configure them, how to build and deploy their containing assemblies, best practiced and pitfalls. Each Enterprise service is briefly described and demonstrated.
About the Presenter
Juval Löwy is a seasoned software architect and the principal of IDesign, a consulting and training company focused on .NET design and migration. Juval authored the book COM and .NET Component Services: Mastering COM+ (O'Reilly, September 2001). Juval is a contributing editor to the Visual Studio Magazine and he runs the magazine's .NET Q&A column. Juval also publishes at the MSDN magazine, and he runs the Visual Studio.NET column of the .NET Insight Magazine. Juval was involved in launching the first .NET Magazine as a contributor and content advisor. Juval is a frequently sought-after speaker at the major international software development conferences, where he talks about .NET, component-oriented design and development process. Juval conducts training and pubic seminars regularly, including at the Berkeley University Extension and the Software Productivity Center. Juval chairs the program committee of the .NET Bay Area User Group. Juval was formerly the corporate software architect of KLA-Tencor, a Fortune 500 company, where he designed and developed frameworks and components used across the corporation. Juval is presently writing a comprehensive book about .NET architecture and design.
Microsoft Technology Center - Silicon Valley
1250 Charleston Avenue
Mountain View, CA 94043
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