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Is there HA / HPC support for .NET applications ? RRS feed

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  • Hi!

    I have a custom server application written in C#, target framework 2.0. It is built up by simple .NET components only (ms sql server connection, sockets, threads, and lot of .NET memory objects) - nothing else (for example binary dlls or so). It is tested for years in a simple desktop computer environment, and it is fine. Now it should be run with much more performance, also disaster free.

    I don't know much about cluster computer hardware / software. My question is, how to redesign my application to get High-Availability / High Performance Computing support? Are these benefits supported by .NET (which target framework as minimal)? Are these offered automatically in Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 environment, or have me to use some new or other components or so?

    Anything tipps, URLs, e-books to read will be great.

    Thx,

    Saturday, March 3, 2012 10:30 AM

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