Thursday, March 13, 2008

Windows Live Dev : A Unified Standards-Based Protocols and Tooling Platform for Storage from Microsoft

Handy MIX snapshot (check the full post), via "The Long Term Store cast" blog 

To summarize, the complete storage and developer tools stack revealed at MIX08 looks like this (described top to bottom). You are free to utilize this stack at any level of abstraction – there are no requirements to use all layers, and you are free to substitute your own developer tools against any layer:

Area
Product, Library or Protocol

4: Synchronization infrastructure:
"Astoria Offline"

Microsoft Sync Framework

Feedsync AtomPub extensions

3: Developer tools:
ADO.NET Data Services

.NET WCF Syndication libraries

AtomPub URI namespace conventions

2: Protocols:
AtomPub

Atom

1: Underlying Products and Services:
On-premise: SQL Server

Structured Cloud Storage: SQL Server Data Services

Live services: Spaces Photos and Application Data Storage

Windows Live Dev : A Unified Standards-Based Protocols and Tooling Platform for Storage from Microsoft

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