MSDN Webcast: WCF Extensibility Deep Dive with Jesus Rodriguez (Level 400)
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) provides a rich messaging framework that extends beyond its capabilities for modeling and implementing services. One of the aspects where WCF really shines when compared with
competitive Web services stacks is its rich extensibility model that allows developers to customize the default behavior of the framework. The better we understand the WCF extensibility model the better chance we have to make the right use of WCF in real-world
applications. In this webcast, we dive deeply into the WCF extensibility model, detailing the different extensibility points of WCF subsystems such as Channels, Hosting, Security, Metadata, Encoding, and others. Specifically, we provide practical demonstrations
of how custom channels, behaviors, operation invokers, authorization managers, and metadata extensions can be used to extend WCF effectively without affecting the consistency of the programming model. We also highlight a set of best practices developers should
consider to address their specific scenarios properly when extending WCF.
Presenter: Jesus Rodriguez, Chief Architect, Tellago, Inc.
Jesus Rodriguez is the chief architect of Tellago, Inc, an enterprise architecture consulting firm specializing in large-scale service-oriented architecture (SOA) and business process management (BPM) projects. He is also a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional
(MVP) for Microsoft BizTalk Server, an Oracle ACE, and one of a few architects worldwide to be a member of the Microsoft Connected Systems Advisor team. Jesus is an active contributor to the Microsoft .NET and J2EE communities, and he is an internationally
recognized author and speaker who has written several articles for various publications including MSDN Magazine, Microsoft Architecture Journal, SOAWorld, and Web Services Journal and spoken at top industry conferences such as Microsoft Tech·Ed, SOAWorld,
Microsoft SOA and BPM Conference, Oracle Open World, Web Services Security Conference, and the Microsoft MVP Summit. Contact Jesus at
firstname.lastname@example.org or through his blog at
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