I'm looking for an easy and cheap Windows Server / IIS / SQL solution. I just want to be able to deploy my application on a test machine. This is not for production.
First I looked at Azure and other hosting services. When you are requesting for a Windows Server with IIS and SQL it's too expensive. They offer a lot of services I don't need.
I'm now looking to build my own server at home. I already have a Synology but I cannot install IIS or a virtual machine on the Synology. I think I'll have to buy a new PC. I'm thinking of something like the Asus eeeBox but I'm not sure the eebox can run IIS or windows server.
What is the best solution? Virtual machine, hosting, Azure, new PC?
Really depends on what you're trying to test... for me, there's nothing like having a PC with multi-boot setup for testing.
Why? ...because depending on the software that you're testing, if you find issues in the Virtual Machine, then you have to determine whether the issue comes from the virtualization process or if it's a real bug within your code. You also tend to spend a lot of time setting up a virtual system the way you need it, so IMO, for testing, it's worth it in the long run to just get a system you can boot into multiple OS's. I had a single, cheap server that I had set up to boot into three different versions of Windows Server, worked great for testing and I never had a doubt whether any extra layers were causing an issue.
Of course, virtualization has its benefits.... you always have a clean copy of the OS running (if that's what you want/need) and you can easily change OS's with little downtime.
Cloud based solutions tend to pretty much be virtual machines too.. so the only added benefit is the hosting is managed by someone else. Recurring costs are the drawback. Plus depending on your application, you may not want it hosted on the cloud, where someone else's sloppy security might affect you down the road.
You should also differentiate if you need to access computers in a different network or in the same network (which may be a virtual private network also). In the latter case, some kind of VNC might do.
Commercial alternatives usually offer more possibilities and thus might be worth their money!
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I have a regular C# desktop GUI application providing regular windows interface.
WCF is not used for supporting these interfaces, since it mainly working as a standalone desktop application, with a lot of data involved in data transfer. But I have used WCF with netNamedPipeBinding for UI automation.
Now I would like to call these interfaces from a web page also.
So in my understanding
1. I have to host my desktop application as WCF web service
( with httpBinding and need o provide a new contract for the interfaces).
2. Call the existing I/Fs from the new interface class.
Thank you Wayne. I am a beginner in web development.
My real concern is whether I would go for a WCF service, REST service or a Web Api.
My primary intention is to use the service in a client web application. Later I also planning to use it from different devices like tab/mob.
We are planning to setup our product documentation online. Currently we are hosting static HTML in our servers. But since the documentation is still on-going, updating the HTML every time new pages are brought in becomes very difficult. We plan writing some PHP but, any such stuff like a CMS is really difficult to code and maintain.
So, what are some good options to host developer documentation in our servers? Currently, we have a subset available online, and some hosted inside the intranet and this is the one that gets frequently updated.
We thought of WordPress (being the only CMS I've came across in my life), but we don't think it would be adequate. Or it would be? With plugins or something?
And, we also are thinking of considering Joomla. Will that do the task?
* Our servers are Linux machines running Apache.
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My company has developed a system hosted on WCF using SQL Server & SSRS.
For each new client we typically deploy a new server including new SQL licenses etc.
I would like to consider going the SaaS route using MS Azure, but it's rather confusing from their website to determine what I'll need.
A. Do I need to take both the virtual machine (for IIS & WCF) AND a SQL Server contract, what about SSRS?
B. Can I create multiple DB's (one or two for each client)
C. Is there a limit on the amount of concurrent connections to my WCF services?
Is there a webpage somewhere that explains the Azure packages and how the fit together more simply? Many of the links on MS's websites go to 404 not found, it's very frustrating.
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