A Key Architectural Design Pattern for Cloud-Native Windows Azure Applications

I gave a talk for the Windows Azure User Group in which I discussed a key Architectural Design Pattern for Cloud-Native Windows Azure applications. The main pattern involves roles and queues, and I’ve been calling either “Two Roles and a Queue” or “TRAAQ” or “RQR” (the ‘rocker!’ pattern!) – though is the same one that Steve Nagy has been calling the Asynchronous Work Queue Pattern (thanks Steve).

The deck from this presentation is here: bill-wilder-two-roles-and-a-queue-AzureUG.net-windows-azure-virtual-user-group-14-july-2010

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