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Measuring and Monitoring WCF Web Service Performance

, 4 Oct 2012
Using ServiceMon to obtain performance statistics for web services
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Stuart Wheelwright
Architect BlackJet Software Ltd
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Stuart Wheelwright is the Principal Architect and Software Developer at BlackJet Software Ltd.
 
He has over 16 years commercial experience producing robust, maintainable, web-based solutions and bespoke systems for Microsoft platforms.
 
His latest project is Shopping UK, an elegantly simple shopping list for iPhone.
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