I am a relative newbie to the WCF/Services field. Never moved much beyond working through the standard example programs as in Loewy's books etc. I am now looking for a robust Pub/Sub framework to immerse myself into a more realistic scenario and hopefully
something that I can move forward with as a final implementation platform fo my project.
So, In my case I do not have a server system available - at the moment - where I can play around with the Windows Services or selfhost on the Windows Sever I have access to. I am using th system where my non-profit hosts its blog, web-site, SQL
spatial data base etc. I can only publish and manage web applications which is how I expose my "learning-services" to the Internet.
So while in the future I will definitely be looking into either self-hosting on an "self-managed-server" or Azure (AppFabric), I am trying to limit the number of unknowns to deal with - and Azure is a big unknown right now ;-( and a self-manage
connected server I don't have right now. Performance and scalability characteristics of Laharsub are not that much of an issue right now since I am more at the educaton/learning/function/features stage than being concerned with performance and scalability.
An easy way to expose the LaharSub service through IIS would therefore be very helpful - well at least for me.
Just my 2c.
Thanks for the work on the LaharPubSub infrastructure - I certainly would never be able to come up with it myself.
Vashon (WA) USA