Pointers to some education and code for server to web communication

I'm using .net in azure, and I'd like to ask/offer for assistance in orienting myself to a task. The task is quite simple: I want to create a service on a windows 2012 server which my website can use to communicate with my server. Any simple demonstration of opening communication with a service running on the server will do (but ideally  the approach will use current environment and be one that I can later develop for richer communication including wpf, chat and video stream).

So, the highest dream of what would help me, is if an expert who does this programming in C# can point to a tutorial that demonstrates building this, or who can pop off some extremely crude code, that just opens communication between the website and the server, just a "hello server" demo, that can also say "sorry, server is not answering". And a separate program that runs on the server. I know nothing about this server side communication service, and am interested in knowing how I can set up a wpf service that responds to queries from the website.
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Easwaran ParamasivamConnect With a Mentor Commented:
There are numerous options to communicate two process. They are named pipes, remoting, wcf, webservice, msmq.
 
As you have requested below links could be useful for you.


Named pipes: http://andrewbelson.wordpress.com/2012/11/23/communicating-between-processes-using-pipes-in-c/

WCF: http://tech.pro/tutorial/855/wcf-tutorial-basic-interprocess-communication

Serial port communication is available in the last example of http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/vstudio/en-US/6bb17f4d-d593-45c2-a586-55b3fdd0364c/serial-port-communication-using-c?forum=csharpgeneral


How two windows application can communicate? http://ryanfarley.com/blog/archive/2004/05/10/605.aspx explains this.

Hope you got starting point with this.
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jeffleeseAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I think the WCF tutorial will be fine.
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