This is, hopefully, a continuation of yesterdays architecture post. Let’s hope Victor Spivak remembers.
- It is going to be a lot of repeat. Only taking notes on new information. (Look here for more Architecture notes.)
- All new clients mentioned previously are all DFS based, not WDK-based.
- Can morph lightweight sysobjects back into heavy weight sysobjects, but you can’t take sysobjects that were always heavy into lightweight. (You could probably write a migration application that will do it effectively.)
- In D6.5, UCF has High-latency network support
- Reduce Chattiness
- Parallel downloading
- Improved UCF Init cycle
- Application streaming
- Implementation for .NET (6.5 sp1)
- BOCS cache encryption in D6.5
- Adding caching to ACS (helps with slow storage)
- HTTP byte ranges support (PDF viewers) in BOCS 6.5
- D6 DFC is 20-40% faster than equivalent DFC 5.3 because of Java DMCL
- D7 and beyond
- D7 Unified Logging and Tracing
- Failover for Method server
- Redundancy for ACS, JMS
- Support restarting failed jobs and methods
- Enable rolling upgrade of content server
Need to find coffee. Off to Summit Leaders Club.
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