Most of my Service Bus solutions were created from the classic (old) Azure portal. You could previously combine queues, topics, relays and event hubs as you desired in the same namespace. Apparently I had missed some communication regarding the service bus in the “new” portal (how long can we call it that?) and my WCF Relays and Event… Continue reading Service Bus separation in the “new” Azure portal (or where are my relay services?)
Azure Service Bus is a great feature for B2B integrations in Azure. For B2B communication- particularly Queues and Topics delivers an extremely price-worthy, reliable and secure messaging as a service platform service. There are some best practices for setting it up and benefits and what to consider that I will share in this post. I… Continue reading B2B Integrations using Azure (focus Azure Service Bus) – Part 2 Azure Service Bus Best Practices
Long time since last post…but I have not been idle. I have been working on a really big double post regarding Integration and Azure Service Bus both that will be posted in short succession. Based on a customer scenario – what started as a best practices Azure Service Bus lead to a theoretical and conceptual discussion about integrations… Continue reading B2B Integrations using Azure (focus Azure Service Bus) – Part 1 Integration Architecture
This post will cover a problem that many people will run into when using the BizTalk 2013 SB-Messaging adapter to access Azure Service Bus queues. First of all I wish to claim that Azure Service Bus is a really good way to enable cheap, asynchronous, highly available communication for a corporation and its external partners.… Continue reading Azure Service Bus with BizTalk SB-Messaging Adapter – This client is not supported for a partitioned entity.