Microsoft Azure Service Bus is a fully managed enterprise integration message broker. In this course, Microsoft Azure Service Bus In-depth, you will gain a deep and thorough understanding of the capabilities of the Azure Service Bus. First, you will be introduced to messaging scenarios, along with the Service Bus functionality. Next, you will discover the sending and receiving of messages. Finally, you will get into details on the more advanced features such as message sessions, duplicate detection, and dead-lettering. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of how to provide granular security on the Service Bus.
Alan Smith is a Windows Azure developer, trainer, mentor and evangelist at Active Solution in Stockholm. He has a strong hands-on philosophy and focusses on embracing the power and flexibility of cloud computing to deliver engaging and exciting demos.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] Hello and welcome to my floral psychos on Microsoft as our service bus in depth. My name's Alan Smith and I work as a consultant for Active Solution, based in Stockholm, Sweden, in this course will be taking an in depth look at the Microsoft as our service bus and seeing how we can live with the functionality of the service bus. When creating cloud and distributed applications, we'll start out with the basics looking at message entities and how we can work with messages and the message. Head of properties. Well, look at the capabilities of service bus provides, such as communication between on premise and cloud based applications. Who will be using many different scenarios to demonstrate these capabilities, from processing lap time and telemetry data in a racing game to working with sessions and duplicate detection in an r f. I. D. Check out scenario. We'll be focusing on how common messaging patterns can be implemented using the service bus, and I'll be bringing some stories from the field looking at how we can optimize the number of concurrent threats to provide the best throughput for our applications will run off the course, working with shared access signatures and seeing how we can make our messaging systems more secure. Each module has standalone demos that focus on the specific topics that that module is covering. In order to work through this course, you'll need a working knowledge of C Sharp on visual studio. You also need access to announce your subscription, or at least access to a service bus named Space within an as our subscription.