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SOA with .NET and Windows Azure™: Realizing Service-Orientation with the Microsoft Platform by Scott Seely, Jeff King, Darryl Hogan, Scott Golightly, Mickey Williams, Herbjörn Wilhelmsen, Christoph Schittko, Brian Loesgen, Hanu Kommalapati, Nitin Gandhi, Thomas Erl, John deVadoss, David Chou

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Chapter 19. Service Performance Optimization

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The IT industry has historically often traded high levels of performance for high levels of abstraction. Assembler gave way to C, which gave way to Java and .NET because easy-to-maintain code was substituted for acceptable, but not optimal, runtime performance. SOA is no different in this respect. Several service-orientation principles, such as Service Abstraction (696) and Service Loose Coupling (695), seem to demand this type of trade-off.

While some traditional optimization ...

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