LIDNUG: Scalable SignalR Applications
Thursday, September 25, 2014 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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LIDNUG is proud to present: Kevin Griffin
Scalable SignalR Applications
All great SignalR demos and presentations show you how easy it is to build an application where server and client communication can happen in real-time. What they never show you is how to handle cases where your SignalR application is running across multiple servers. In the cloud connected world, our servers can span across one or one million servers. Out of box, SignalR is not configured to handle this scenario. Scaling an out of the box SignalR application will result in lost messages and confused users.
In this presentation, Kevin Griffin will show you the issues with running SignalR in the cloud and how to design an infrastrure that will support multiple SignalR instances. We'll cover architectural considerations that need to be made outside of your application, and then how with a couple lines of code your application will be "cloud-proof."
About Kevin Griffin
Kevin Griffin has been working as a professional developer since 2006, where his first job was working on components for the Symantec security suites. Kevin is the owner of Griffin Consulting, Inc, CTO of Winsitter, and is always looking for new challenges. As a Microsoft ASP.NET MVP and ASPInsider, Kevin spends a lot of time teaching and mentoring developers to tackle new technologies and expand their skill sets. In 2008, Kevin started the Hampton Roads .NET Users Group. He serves as the Director of Membership for INETA. You can find Kevin speaking at conferences, code camps, and user groups across the country.
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