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Architecting for Massive Scalability

A talk by Eric D. Boyd at GR DevDay

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November 5, 2011 4:00 AM

Calvin College, 1740 Knollcrest, Grand Rapids, MI 49546

Calvin College, 1740 Knollcrest, Grand Rapids, MI 49546

The Cloud now makes seemingly infinite amounts of computing power accessible to everyone. However, to maximize this power, your applications need to scale. In this session, we will explore patterns that enable massive scalability. We will examine Brewer’s CAP Theorem and contrast it to the ACID principles that guide traditional LOB applications. And finally, we will explore how to apply these patterns when building applications for the Cloud using Windows Azure.

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