A Silverlight or RIA Services application will be built that interacts with the SQL Azure Database. To improve the performance of the application, the slowly changing data will be cached in an AppFabric cache. The exercise will use the same workplace that SQL Azure Database has used in the preceding exercises.
In order to use Azure AppFabric Caching in your application, an AppFabric Caching Service first needs to be provisioned. Once the AppFabric cache has been created, the Azure Management Portal provides many configuration settings that need to be added to your application in order to interact with it, as follows:
1. Start by navigating to http://Azure.com and logging in to the Azure Management Portal.
2. From the sidebar menu, select Service Bus, Access Control & Caching. Then...