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Windows 7: Provide a Better Web Site Experience with Faster Respon

14 Oct 2009   #1
SGT Oddball

Provide a Better Web Site Experience with Faster Respon

Have you ever hummed the Jeopardy theme song while waiting for a Web site to download - even on a high-speed Internet connection? Sometimes the problem is OUT of your control – whether it is an Internet traffic jam, scheduled maintenance, or some other unknown cause for a delay in receiving your request to view the latest on what the stock market is doing. But sometimes the problem is IN your control – such as pre-loading worker processes at the start of the Web server or when Overlapped Recycling occurs. As a IT Pro in charge of Web sites, you probably want to do everything you can on your side to make those delays as few as possible to your end-users. Like an easy-bake oven, you can now ‘Warm-Up’ your Web site to the proper ‘temperature’ before serving your customers.

Today, Microsoft announced the beta release of IIS Application Warm-Up – an extension for IIS 7.5 that enables IT Professionals to improve the responsiveness of their Web sites by loading the Web applications before the first request arrives. By proactively loading and initializing all the dependencies such as database connections, compilation of ASP.NET code, and loading of modules, IT Professionals can ensure their Web sites are responsive at all times even if their Web sites use a custom request pipeline or if the Application Pool is recycled.

For more information or to download, please visit the IIS Application Warm-Up page. If you can’t decide where to start, first get the newMicrosoft Web Platform Installer 2.0RTW – this is your one-stop shop to get everything for the Microsoft Web Platform. From IIS Extensions to the Windows App Gallery, there is sure to be something useful for your Web site endeavors.

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