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The two communication-related capabilities:  a) inter-role communication and b) external endpoints on worker roles enable new application patterns in Windows Azure-hosted services.

Inter-role Communication
- A common application pattern enabled by this is client-server, where the server could be an application such as a database or a memory cache.
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External Endpoints on Worker Roles

- A common application type enabled by this is a self-hosted Internet-exposed service, such as a custom application server.

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For further details click on the following link:

http://blogs.msdn.com/windowsazure/archive/2009/11/24/new-endpoint-options-enable-additional-application-patterns.aspx

 

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