Hyper-V Causes VMWare Concerns

Here is a great Friday article talking about Microsoft's Hyper-V virtualization technology, and how it is making gains in virtualization adoption.

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Posted on: 10/19/2012 at 6:11 AM
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Versioning Workflows in WF4.5

I am almost finished with my book, "Pro WF4.5" for Apress. Right now I am finishing up on my current chapter, "Versioning Workflows", and I noticed that a fellow Microsoft MVP, Maurice has blogged about how versioning is done. If you have not clicked on his link already here is a little background. Workflows can now be versioned using WorkflowIdentity. By specifying a version, name and package information (metadata about the version of the workflow), this information can be persisted within a persistence store so it can be queried later. Versioning workflows allows them to be run either side-by-side, which means that a new version of a workflow can execute new workflow instances, and executing persisted workflow instances that were executed using an older workflow definition version. A workflow definition can also execute workflow instances and while the instances are persisted, the workflow definition can be dynamically updated so that persisted instances from the older version of a workflow definition can be updated to run within the new version. 

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Posted on: 10/16/2012 at 8:47 AM
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