MSDN Webcast: Windows Communication Foundation Top to Bottom (Part 07 of 15): Messaging Patterns  (Level 200)
MSDN Webcast: Windows Communication Foundation Top to Bottom (Part 07 of 15): Messaging Patterns (Level 200)
Event ID: 1032344343
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Other.
Audience(s): Pro Dev/Programmer.

When you build a distributed enterprise system, many types of message exchange are available to meet the needs of different communication patterns. In this webcast, we discuss a variety of messaging patterns and describe how they satisfy different deployment and communication requirements for your services. Join this session as we:

  • Explore approaches for handling large messages, such as Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism (MTOM) and streaming.
  • Learn how classic message exchange patterns are employed and discuss the impact on service contract design and communications as you move from request/reply to introduce one-way operations or callback contracts (duplex).
  • Review options for publish and subscribe implementations.
  • See an example of how you can build a classic router and deal with related messaging and configuration semantics.

Our intent in this presentation is to provide you with a high-level understanding of the rich scenarios Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) supports for messaging and to illustrate what those configurations look like.

Presenter: Michèle Leroux Bustamante, Chief Architect, IDesign Inc.

Michèle Leroux Bustamante is chief architect of IDesign Inc., Microsoft Regional Director for San Diego, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for XML Web services, and BEA Technical Director. At IDesign, Michèle provides training, mentoring, and high-end architecture consulting services, focusing on Web services, scalable and secure architecture design for Microsoft .NET, interoperability, and globalization architecture. Michèle is also events director for the International Association of Software Architects (IASA). Visit for more information on her book, Learning WCF (O'Reilly, 2007).

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