Monthly Archives: November 2015


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Introduction As APIs and web services become more and more prevalent, particularly in the Enterprise, there is an increasing need to look at ways to secure the more important interfaces, particularly if they enable access to sensitive data. Recently, I’ve been investigating ways to secure ASP.NET Web APIs using Active […]

Securing a Web API with ADFS 3.0 and JWT tokens


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Happy Thanksgiving to folks in the USA. I’ve finally taken the plunge and decided to get stuck into the recently released Release Candidate (RC) of ASP.NET 5.  Prior to today, I’d stuck with the RTM version of Visual Studio 2015 which insulated me from some of the changes which are […]

Preparing for ASP.NET vNext and Visual Studio 2015





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Introduction In this post, we’ll look at configuring a Windows Failover Cluster and then install an MSMQ role onto the cluster.  If you’re looking for how to configure MassTransit 2.x against an existing clustered MSMQ role, you might want to skip ahead to Part 3 (coming soon). Disclaimer: I’ve personally […]

High Availability: MassTransit 2.x with Clustered MSMQ – Part 2


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So this article isn’t going to be for everyone, however I suspect it will be somewhat appealing for anyone who is looking at Windows Server 2012 R2’s Failover Clustering capability.  Introduction I’m going to write this in a series of posts, as I think there’s also some merit in looking […]

High Availability: MassTransit 2.x with Clustered MSMQ – Part 1



Hi all, Apologies, it’s been a bit of a while since I’ve been in a position to sit down and get some technical writing done.  There have been no shortage of challenges on both the technical and consulting front, and the second half of 2015 hasn’t been an idle time. […]

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