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Application Infrastructure Virtual Launch Event

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As you are probably aware, AppFabric is Microsoft’s delivery vehicle for brining the next generation of on-premise and cloud application hosting infrastructure to the masses.

If you are imageinterested in learning more about this new platform and how it can help you build and gain insight into composable applications more easily and effectively while taking advantage of the benefits that Windows AppFabric and Windows Azure AppFabric provides, be sure to check out the launch event on May 20th.

In looking at recent poll results, 33% of those surveyed are looking to leverage AppFabric to simplify the composition of their applications and 26% are interested in cloud hosting and connectivity. How are you thinking about leveraging AppFabric for your on-premise and cloud investments?

 

You can register for this free virtual event here: http://www.appinfrastructure.com/

Print | posted on Monday, May 10, 2010 2:34 PM | Filed Under [ WF 4.0 Azure Windows Azure AppFabric WCF 4 AzureAppFabric Windows AppFabric ]

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