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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

AX 2012 - Enterprise Portal Development





Well I hope that everyone is doing well today, and that your finding yourself off to a very productive and Dynamics filled week! I wanted to kick off this week, with a focus back on Enterprise Portal Development for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.



The above picture comes from the recently released Enterprise Portal Cookbook, that was created by Microsoft's own.: Mey Meenakshisundaram, Principal Group Program Manager and Anees Ansari, Program Manager.

You can access and download the Enterprise Portal Cookbook from the following resource.: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 White Paper: Enterprise Portal Development Cookbook

Recently I started a series of Enterprise Portal Focused development, around the functional concept of Warranty Management. The following is a list of blog post that I've done around this topic recently.:

In light of the release by Microsoft for the Enterprise Portal Cookbook, I don't have any plans on the continued writing of this series for EP development. Unless there is a request by the community for me to do so, I believe that the cookbook by far is the best resource for Enterprise Portal development.

Instead I will focus any EP related post, in reference to the cookbook, and to start that I would like to point you to page 115 of the Development book referenced.



The above picture is from the resource located here, on MSDN.: Windows Server AppFabric Caching Physical Architecture Diagram

This specific page, from the cookbook mentions how Windows Server AppFabric distributed caching can be used to improve the overall performance in an Enterprise Portal Server Farm. Further I see this as steps that we have pointed to in the past, around truly enabling the scale, and creation of Hybrid Clouds for Microsoft Dynamics AX Customers.

Other such gems exist throughout the cookbook, and so many thanks to Mey and the team for delivering such a quality product around Enterprise Portal Development topic.

That's all the time I have today, but check back soon as we continue our journey on the Microsoft Dynamics AX path. This includes Cloud Enabling technologies, a focus back on BI, and entering into the Summer of Value with Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, and creating a system of engagement for customers. Till Next Time!



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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi the Enterprise Portal Development Cookbook

is very good book, but it's not explain every
thing for example where is the topic that
talk about add new page to the EP, also this
cookbook it's very good for people that
already have at least 1 month exprince on EP

can you please continue your series in EP, becouse it's step by step to do something and this very good to learn the EP

Many Thanks

4:14 AM  

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