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Chapter 2: Preparing for Longhorn

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Chapter 2 focuses on two points: When planning a distributed application that will take advantage of "Longhorn," software designers and developers need to consider both the application's architecture and the way it is coded. The first chapter section explains the motivation for a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and outlines its fundamental tenets. Software designers should take advantage of the principles behind service-oriented architectures to be better prepared to develop applications for "Longhorn." The second section discusses managed code, which is the preferred execution model for applications that will run on "Longhorn."


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