CQRS applied at the service level in Azure

Command and Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) is a software pattern where there is a separation between queries (read) and commands (modify).  The pattern, like many Object Oriented Design (OOD) patterns applies well to service oriented architecture (SOA) in building services that are scalable.

In a series of posts, CQRS is explored in how it relates to SOA and a practical implementation is used to illustrate the advantages and disadvantages:

As part of the series, an MSDN project was created to illustrate the pattern applied at the service level.

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