Category: .NET

Dec 23 2011

Load Testing The Right Way - Some Tips From The Trenches

 If you encounter a vendor wanting thousands of dollars for a load-testing tool, in my opinion and experience, it is over-priced.

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80 comments - Posted by Mike Brunt at 12:03 PM - Categories: Web Servers | .NET | DataBase | CloudComputing | Default | Caching | Java-JVM | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE

Dec 11 2011

Remember At All times - You Will Need To Scale Up

It is far easier if we simply have that mind set, to scale up, from day one.

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32 comments - Posted by Mike Brunt at 11:57 AM - Categories: Web Servers | .NET | DataBase | CloudComputing | Languages | Default | Caching | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE | RIA

Nov 28 2011

Is Our Future Getting More "Cloudy"? Watch Those Loops

Some Cloud vendors are charging extra for the number of database transactions.

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58 comments - Posted by Mike Brunt at 4:17 PM - Categories: Web Servers | .NET | DataBase | CloudComputing | Languages | Caching | Default | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE | RIA

Nov 22 2011

Presentations From cfObjective(ANZ)

cfObjective(ANZ) presentation PowerPoint's.

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36 comments - Posted by Mike Brunt at 1:06 PM - Categories: Web Servers | .NET | DataBase | Caching | Default | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE

Nov 6 2011

Important ColdFusion 9(.01) IIS Connector Issue

Important IIS and ColdFusion 9(.01) Issue.

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33 comments - Posted by Mike Brunt at 12:23 PM - Categories: Web Servers | .NET | CloudComputing | Default | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE

Sep 16 2011

Serious Memory Leak 64 Bit Windows 2008 Server R2 SP1

Memory leak, Windows 2008 Server R2 SP1 64-bit on VM Ware ESX 4.1 and ColdFusion 9.01

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57 comments - Posted by Mike Brunt at 5:33 AM - Categories: Web Servers | .NET | DataBase | Languages | Caching | Default | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE | RIA

Jul 11 2011

When Sense Becomes None-Sense

We should all, always be striving for improvements and evolution, even revolution, yet let us not make things worse in the process, that makes no sense at all, in fact, it is literally, nonsense.

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47 comments - Posted by Mike Brunt at 12:23 PM - Categories: Flash | Web Servers | .NET | DataBase | CloudComputing | Default | Caching | ColdFusion | JRun-J2EE | RIA