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As some of you know, I am in the midst of a blog series on REST in WCF. Further, I have been hard at work on a series of screencasts on the same subject (in conjunction with Ron Jacobs). My colleague Tim Heuer relayed to me that I didn’t have a single post that we can point a person to that provides links to all of the posts and screencasts. I will keep this post updated with all of the info:
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Standard fare for most dynamic data and the way most everybody would tell you to do it.
Only thing is that it scales like a dog.
The thing is that holding all the weather of the entire globe in memory, well, takes a lot of memory. More than is reasonable. In which case, there’s a fairly decent chance that a given request can’t be served from the cache, resulting in a query to the database, an update to the cache, which bumps out something else, in short, not a very good hit rate.
If we were able to make our clients in London perform an HTTP GET on http://weather.myclient.com/UK/London then we could return headers in the HTTP response telling the intermediaries that they can cache the response for an hour, or however long we want.
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Instead of getting hammered by millions of requests a day, the internet would shoulder easily 90% of that load making it much easier to scale. Thanks Al.
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