Microsoft offers beta 2 of Windows Server AppFabric

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According to Microsoft, Windows Server AppFabric makes it easier to build and manage Web and composite applications running on the Windows IIS Web server

AppFabric combines the former Dublin and Velocity technologies for hosting and caching with the Windows Azure AppFabric Service Bus and AppFabric Access Control, which had been known as .Net Services.

Microsoft is offering a second beta release of its Windows Server AppFabric technology, featuring services intended to improve speed, scale and management of Web, composite and enterprise applications.

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