Patents by Inventor Yamini Jagadeesan

Yamini Jagadeesan has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 10296317
    Abstract: A particular method includes storing a manifest file and a parameters file at a data store. The manifest file and the parameters file are associated with a software deployment package. An application associated with the software deployment package is published to a first remote computing device and to a second remote computing device. The method includes receiving first parameter values from the first remote computing device and receiving second parameter values from the second remote computing device. The first parameter values are stored in a first region of the data store that is specific to the first computing device. The second parameter values are stored in a second region of the data store that is specific to the second computing device.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 20, 2010
    Date of Patent: May 21, 2019
    Assignee: Microsoft Technology Licensing, LLC
    Inventors: Madhur Joshi, Crystal Hoyer, David Cox, Mohammed Parvez Shaikh, Emily B. Repperger, Yamini Jagadeesan, Muhammad Bilal Aslam, Clea Allington, Yishai Galatzer
  • Publication number: 20170126582
    Abstract: Systems and methods for handling idle websites on a Web server are disclosed. The duration between requests for a website application is monitored and compared to an idle time-out value. The idle time-out value may be a user-selected value that is the same for all website applications or an idle time-out value selected for a group of worker processes. When the idle time-out value is reached, all inactive memory allocations for the website application are paged-out. When a request for the website application is later received, memory for the website application is paged-in so that the request can be processed.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 16, 2017
    Publication date: May 4, 2017
    Inventors: Wade Hilmo, Eok Kim, Yamini Jagadeesan, Ahmed ElSayed, Erez Benari
  • Patent number: 9584438
    Abstract: Systems and methods for handling idle websites on a Web server are disclosed. The duration between requests for a website application is monitored and compared to an idle time-out value. The idle time-out value may be a user-selected value that is the same for all website applications or an idle time-out value selected for a group of worker processes. When the idle time-out value is reached, all inactive memory allocations for the website application are paged-out. When a request for the website application is later received, memory for the website application is paged-in so that the request can be processed.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 18, 2013
    Date of Patent: February 28, 2017
    Assignee: Microsoft Technology Licensing, LLC
    Inventors: Wade Hilmo, Eok Kim, Yamini Jagadeesan, Ahmed ElSayed, Erez Benari
  • Publication number: 20140359111
    Abstract: Systems and methods for handling idle websites on a Web server are disclosed. The duration between requests for a website application is monitored and compared to an idle time-out value. The idle time-out value may be a user-selected value that is the same for all website applications or an idle time-out value selected for a group of worker processes. When the idle time-out value is reached, all inactive memory allocations for the website application are paged-out. When a request for the website application is later received, memory for the website application is paged-in so that the request can be processed.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 18, 2013
    Publication date: December 4, 2014
    Inventors: Wade Hilmo, Eok Kim, Yamini Jagadeesan, Ahmed ElSayed, Erez Benari
  • Patent number: 8738902
    Abstract: Embodiments disclose a reverse lookup using an IP:Port-to-hostname table to identify a hostname when only an IP address and port is present in an SSL hello connection, which may occur, for example, when a non-SNI-capable client initiates the SSL hello. Once the hostname is successfully looked up, a naming convention is used to simplify the management and identification of SSL certificates. Different types of SSL certificates are supported. Multiple hostname matches may be associated with a given IP address and port in the IP:Port-to-hostname table. In such case, the first-matching hostname is always used with the naming convention to identify related SSL certificates. The naming convention is applied in such a way that it will first look for the most matching file name to the least matching file name.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 27, 2012
    Date of Patent: May 27, 2014
    Assignee: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Won Suk Yoo, Eok Kim, Jenny Lawrance, Aniello Scotto Di Marco, Yamini Jagadeesan, Wade Hilmo
  • Patent number: 8601439
    Abstract: A web application may be developed in an environment which has different components than a target environment, so determining component dependencies and identifying which dependencies are met in a given environment can be helpful when deploying the application. Toward that end, test code makes a request that test file(s) be sent from a protected location in the target environment, such as from a randomly-named folder or from another location that is not directly browsable by a user. Received test file(s) and network protocol headers are parsed, and component dependency metadata such as component names and version numbers are extracted. Based on the extracted metadata, information is determined about the target environment's installed component(s). By comparing component dependency(ies) of the program with the identified installed component(s) of the target environment, compatibility of the target environment can then be reported.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 9, 2010
    Date of Patent: December 3, 2013
    Assignee: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Bilal Aslam, Yishai Galatzer, Yamini Jagadeesan, Madhur Joshi, Crystal Lynn Hoyer, Nitasha Verma, William Benjamin Byrd, Carlos Aguilar Mares
  • Publication number: 20130198511
    Abstract: Embodiments disclose a reverse lookup using an IP:Port-to-hostname table to identify a hostname when only an IP address and port is present in an SSL hello connection, which may occur, for example, when a non-SNI-capable client initiates the SSL hello. Once the hostname is successfully looked up, a naming convention is used to simplify the management and identification of SSL certificates. Different types of SSL certificates are supported. Multiple hostname matches may be associated with a given IP address and port in the IP:Port-to-hostname table. In such case, the first-matching hostname is always used with the naming convention to identify related SSL certificates. The naming convention is applied in such a way that it will first look for the most matching file name to the least matching file name.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 27, 2012
    Publication date: August 1, 2013
    Applicant: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Won Suk Yoo, Eok Kim, Jenny Lawrance, Aniello Scotto Di Marco, Yamini Jagadeesan, Wade Hilmo
  • Publication number: 20120159468
    Abstract: A particular method includes storing a manifest file and a parameters file at a data store. The manifest file and the parameters file are associated with a software deployment package. An application associated with the software deployment package is published to a first remote computing device and to a second remote computing device. The method includes receiving first parameter values from the first remote computing device and receiving second parameter values from the second remote computing device. The first parameter values are stored in a first region of the data store that is specific to the first computing device. The second parameter values are stored in a second region of the data store that is specific to the second computing device.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 20, 2010
    Publication date: June 21, 2012
    Applicant: Microsoft Corporation
    Inventors: Madhur Joshi, Crystal Hoyer, David Cox, Mohammed Parvez Shaikh, Emily B. Repperger, Yamini Jagadeesan, Muhammad Bilal Aslam, Clea Allington, Yishai Galatzer
  • Publication number: 20120151442
    Abstract: A web application may be developed in an environment which has different components than a target environment, so determining component dependencies and identifying which dependencies are met in a given environment can be helpful when deploying the application. Toward that end, test code makes a request that test file(s) be sent from a protected location in the target environment, such as from a randomly-named folder or from another location that is not directly browsable by a user. Received test file(s) and network protocol headers are parsed, and component dependency metadata such as component names and version numbers are extracted. Based on the extracted metadata, information is determined about the target environment's installed component(s). By comparing component dependency(ies) of the program with the identified installed component(s) of the target environment, compatibility of the target environment can then be reported.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 9, 2010
    Publication date: June 14, 2012
    Applicant: MICROSOFT CORPORATION
    Inventors: Bilal Aslam, Yishai Galatzer, Yamini Jagadeesan, Madhur Joshi, Crystal Lynn Hoyer, Nitasha Verma, William Benjamin Byrd, Carlos Aguilar Mares