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Bharat Dwarkani

Nov 10, 2019
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The way storage is designed for Azure App Service is very interesting. Unlike with Heroku (or other similar providers), App Service offers a shared, persistent storage for your application. This generally means, that when one instance in a farm makes a write to the file system (D:\home) it will be available for all the other instances in the farm and it is going to persist even if the farm restarts or recycles.

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Bharat Dwarkani

Oct 26, 2019
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When building several big cloud applications we found a lack of great solutions (that's not to say there aren't solutions out there) for many key pieces to building scalable distributed applications while keeping the development experience simple. Here are a few examples of why we built and use Foundatio:

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Bharat Dwarkani

Sep 09, 2019
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ASP.NET Core supports several different caches. The simplest cache is based on the IMemoryCache, which represents a cache stored in the memory of the web server.

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Bharat Dwarkani

Aug 22, 2019
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There are many types of caching - In-Memory, Distributed, Response caching. Check out how to do that in ASP.NET Core

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