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Microsoft technology similar to Java EE servlets?

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( 3 months ago )

I have a java application which runs under Tomcat. Fairly simple architecture - users invoke a servlet through HTTP which then puts a request onto an in memory queue. A consumer thread which was started as a ServletListener and is running continuously polls the queue and processes the requests which includes calling some stored procs and sending some data over socket connections to backend systems.

I may need to port the code over to C#. What I am trying to figure out is what is the equivalent technology in Microsoft land which will allow me to architect the same system. The porting of the code from Java to C# will be trivial, but what I can't seem to find is an application server technology from MS which will allow me to drop in my code and then declaratively specify that I want a new "servlet" for each HTTP call, and that I need to run a "daemon" thread in the same process, etc...

Any advice? I am not very familiar with the MS landscape...

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