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.Net Infrastructure Design Question

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Hi!
We are initiating a new project in our company, and we plan to use .Net for
this task. We need latest architectures that are recommended by
Microsoft. Can anyone tell me where I can found the documentation for this?
We think a 3-tier structure for our project and plan to use Web Services. Is
this a secure and appropriate way to design our project?

We are planning to start a project which have the following tiers:
- A local database server
- Web Services
- Application server

There will be 3000-4000 users who are going to use the applications and 1000
user may use the system simultaneously. The application server will run many
web applications at the same time. We plan to design a secure and reliable
infrastructure which runs fast, to achieve our goals.

Thanks for your convenience,
Registered member of Microsoft, Ilker Company
Jul 21 '05 #1
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We need latest architectures that are recommended by
Microsoft. Can anyone tell me where I can found the documentation for
this?
We think a 3-tier structure for our project and plan to use Web Services.
Is
this a secure and appropriate way to design our project?


You should find all the information you're looking for at the Microsoft
Patterns & Practices center:
http://www.microsoft.com/resources/p...s/default.mspx

Anders Norås
http://dotnetjunkies.com/weblog/anoras/
Jul 21 '05 #2

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