Do you want to both save money and speed the load time of your web pages? Then check out IIS’s built-in compression feature. You can access it from the IIS management console: Then make sure both of these boxes are checked. There are some very rare situations where the compression conflicts with an application – […]
It’s Spring Break and I’m not really feeling the “sit down and write a post while the family is in the warm sunshine” – so I won’t. I’m taking a week off from blogging (except this post) and will be back next week. Everyone enjoy your week!
I stumbled across a cool SaaS load-testing site: http://loadimpact.com/ They have a free option to drop a fairly small load on your web site and then report back metrics. They also have affordable paid versions with higher numbers of concurrent testing clients. Here is a sample results summary when I ran a test yesterday against […]cytanium, Hosting, OrcsWeb
There are some very cool and exciting things happening with Microsoft’s web stack, one of which is the new elastic cloud services for IIS. These new services leverage WFF and ARR, which are two awesome (fairly) new IIS technologies. Read more about it here:http://blogs.iis.net/bradleyb/archive/2011/04/12/new-elastic-cloud-services-on-iis.aspx Sign up for a free preview to try it out here:http://www.cytanium.com/Mix/ […]
I don’t think this has anything to do with Orchard itself, but as I was trying to update Orchard CMS to the latest version (1.1.30) earlier I tried to delete all the files except for my app_data folder. The intention that I could drop in the new files (as recommended by posts I found online) […]ASP.NET, CMS, cytanium, Development/Coding, Hosting, IIS, OrcsWeb, SQL/Databases, System Administration, tip, Troubleshooting, Visual Studio, WebDeploy, WebMatrix, Windows