IIS .NET

Lessons for Building and Monitoring Scalable ASP.NET Services!

Handling requests from Web Server (IIS) to Application Server (ASP.NET) can lead to performance and scalability issues. Often caused by misconfiguration — not scaling IIS and ASP.NET modules or custom code built without fully understanding what IIS & ASP.NET are executing behind the scenes — when handling requests. While this is not a new problem, it is a problem that software architects or lead developers often ignore. They ignore… read more

Simplification of IIS .NET services

When monitoring a .NET web application hosted by an IIS, Ruxit showed you both the IIS service and the .NET service as separate services. We’ve now introduced a more stream-lined approach to monitoring .NET apps that are hosted on an IIS web server. Historically you would see IIS and ASP.NET separately: The previous approach to monitoring .NET web apps was somewhat inconvenient. For example an IIS… read more