Today I was watching the "Windows Azure Storage: What’s Coming, Best Practices, and Internals" session from Build 2013. These are the best practices that were presented.
- ServicePointManager.UseNagleAlgorithm = false;
- ServicePointManager.Expect100Continue = false;
- ServicePointManager.DefaultConnectionLimit = 100 (Or more)
As I previously mentioned in “Why Are WebRequests Throttled? I Want More Throughput!” the Windows Azure Storage team recommends that we disable Nagle for small messages that are less than 14 kilobytes. They also recommend that we augment the default connection limit. By default the limit is set to 2, which isn’t much for applications on the cloud. Another recommendation made by the team was to disable the expect 100 Continue response for requests you expect to succeed.
The use of the .Net 4.5 framework is greatly encouraged. A lot of work has gone into the Garbage Collector in order to drastically improve it. Using the latest…
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