Microsoft .NET Framework Scalability

CEO at Shiraz University
Microsoft .NET Framework is a solution, where the scalability is dependent on the programmer. The programmer could write a very large scale project — a large scale enterprise solution — using .NET Framework. They can also work on much smaller projects. It is just a tool to use. All of our company members and all of our customers currently use the .NET Framework. The programmers write based on that .NET Framework. We define the scope of our work based on the project. Some projects need four to five programmers, but on some projects need ten to twenty staff. It depends what has to be done. We can scale at any time except with some limitations on operating systems. By making our applications based on .NET Framework, our applications run already on the .NET Framework for our clients. When we do the development for our programs based on .NET Framework, our customers who want to use this solution also have to use .NET Framework. This is why it is a little limiting. View full review »
System Analyst at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The only issue I have encountered is based on Queue Management. Regardless of whether it is Microsoft or IBM Message Queue, I have had issues while scaling them. The only option I have found is the introduction of multi-threading, but threads consume more processing power. View full review »
Andrew McFall III
Software Engineer at a tech company
Only the ones that were fixed. View full review »
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