Enterprice Services (via DCOM) vs IIS (via Remoting) for high volume apps

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Enterprice Services (via DCOM) vs IIS (via Remoting) for high volume apps

Postby Tommaso Caldarola » Sat, 15 Jul 2006 17:59:33 GMT

I need to transfer big files (up to 10 Gb), now I'm using IIS via Remoting with 
chunk of bytes (up to 500Kb).

In the following article:

Middle-Tier Hosting: Enterprise Services, IIS, DCOM, Web Services, and Remoting
By Rockford Lhotka

 http://www.**--****.com/ 

in Protocols section the author writes:

"For high volume applications you are probably best off using DCOM with an 
Enterprise Services host - even if you use no Enterprise Services features."

I ask you, it's true the ES (via DCOM) is better in terms of performance than 
IIS (via Remoting) about high volume applications?






Re: Enterprice Services (via DCOM) vs IIS (via Remoting) for high volume apps

Postby Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP] » Sun, 16 Jul 2006 00:35:50 GMT

Tommaso,

    I think that the article is correct, but I wouldn't consider this a high 
volume app.  10 GB is high volume in the size of the parameters, while I 
think that Rocky was referring to the number of calls.

    For transferring a 10Gb file, I would not use any kind of remoting 
technology.  I would use a custom protocol for that.

    On top of that, if you can apply some sort of compression to the stream, 
that would be really good as well, as it might cut down your transmission 
time somewhat.

    Hope this helps.

-- 
          - Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
          -  XXXX@XXXXX.COM 








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