Monitoring, Deploying, and Caching Applications in .NET

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Monitoring, Deploying, and Caching Applications
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After you ve developed and tested your application, it s time to deploy it. In most realworld environments, deployment involves moving an application from a staging envi ronment to one or more Web servers. Microsoft Visual Studio and the .NET Frame work provide several different ways to deploy your Web application to meet the requirements of a wide variety of environments. Once you ve deployed your application, you need to keep it running. Server appli cations must integrate into an environment s monitoring infrastructure, so ASP.NET provides several different event providers to send notifications to the Event Log, to a database, or to an e-mail address. You can create custom events and event providers, too. For busier Web applications, performance is critical. Upgrading hardware isn t always feasible, but you can significantly reduce the processing requirements of your appli cation by using caching. ASP.NET provides two types of caching to improve the effi ciency of your application.
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Exam objectives in this chapter:
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Use a Web setup project to deploy a Web application to a target server.
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Create a Web setup project. Configure deployment properties for a Web setup project. Install a Web application on a target server.
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Copy a Web application to a target server by using the Copy Web tool. Precompile a Web application by using the Publish Web utility. Optimize and troubleshoot a Web application.
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Customize event-level analysis with the ASP.NET health-monitoring API. Use performance counters to track the execution of an application. Optimize performance by using the ASP.NET Cache object.
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Monitoring, Deploying, and Caching Applications
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Lessons in this chapter:
Lesson 1: Deploying Web Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 763 Lesson 2: Building Web Applications for Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 788 Lesson 3: Using Caching to Improve Performance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 805
Before You Begin
To complete the lessons in this chapter, you should be familiar with Microsoft Visual Basic or C# and be comfortable with the following tasks:
Have Microsoft Windows XP and Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 installed with Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition. Be familiar with the Visual Studio 2005 Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Have a basic understanding of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and clientside scripting.
Real World
Tony Northrup As a developer, you probably want to focus on writing code rather than on deploying and managing it. The best thing you can do to allow yourself to focus on creating new applications is to make your applications as deployable and manageable as possible. Speak with the IT members who will be installing and maintaining your application, and ask them what you can do as a developer to simplify those processes. Trust me; if you take a few hours to address operational requirements now, you ll save yourself many meetings after your application is released.
Lesson 1: Deploying Web Applications
Lesson 1: Deploying Web Applications
As you ve been working through the exercises on this book, you have probably been running applications on your local computer. You never had to deploy your sample applications, because you could run them in place. Only the simplest of production environments use a single server, however. Most enterprise Web applications have deployment, staging, and production servers. Highly available and high-scalability applications often run on multiple Web servers simultaneously. Additionally, many developers release Web applications commer cially, so that other people can deploy them on their own servers. In each of these sce narios, you must create a plan to deploy your application and any updates that you release in the future. This lesson describes the different techniques available to deploy Web applications.
After this lesson, you will be able to:
Create a Web Setup Project and use the resulting files to deploy your application. Update and deploy Web applications in environments with multiple developers and servers using the Copy Web tool. Precompile Web applications using the Publish Web Site tool.
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