Every .NET developer must have written/used WCF services many times in different projects. But as long as the usage of the service are limited, it works smoothly. But as the number of requests increases rapidly, things starts become ugly. If the number of requests goes beyond a limit at certain time interval, you may start seeing critical issues like service may stop taking new request. As you will read this post, you will come to know the huge potential of your services and unseen ceiling applied by default configuration
In this post, I will be discussing two major items that can tremendously boost the performance of your services
1- WCF throttling
2- System.NET changes
Before moving ahead, the basic question arises that What is throttling?