Service Bus Messaging

Official Documentation

Service Description

The Microsoft Azure Service Bus provides a communication and integration platform for networking distributed Web services. Simple and complex message streams can be implemented regardless of where the individual communication partners are executed (in the cloud or in the customer's data center). Support is provided for point-to-point connections (unidirectional and bidirectional), queues for caching exchanged messages, as well as publish-subscribe patterns about topics where multiple senders can dispatch messages to multiple recipients.

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  1. 9/15/2015, Webpage
    Comparison between Azure Storage Queues and Azure Service Bus Queues



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Azure Documentation

1. Service Bus Messaging Documentation
2. Overview
     2.1. What is Service Bus Messaging?
     2.2. Compare messaging services
3. Quickstarts
     3.1. Send messages - PowerShell
     3.2. Send messages - Portal
     3.3. Send messages - CLI
4. Tutorials
     4.1. Update inventory - PowerShell
     4.2. Update inventory - Portal
     4.3. Update inventory - CLI
5. Samples
     5.1. Service Bus samples
6. Concepts
     6.1. Service Bus architecture
     6.2. Managed Service Identity (preview)
     6.3. Role-Based Access Control (preview)
     6.4. Premium messaging
     6.5. Compare Azure Queues and Service Bus queues
     6.6. Optimize performance
     6.7. Geo-disaster recovery and geo-replication
     6.8. Asynchronous messaging and high availability
     6.9. Handling outages and disasters
7. How-to guides
     7.1. Create a namespace
     7.2. Use queues
          7.2.1. .NET
          7.2.2. Java
          7.2.3. Node.js
          7.2.4. PHP
          7.2.5. Python
          7.2.6. Ruby
          7.2.7. REST
     7.3. Use topics and subscriptions
          7.3.1. .NET
          7.3.2. Java
          7.3.3. Node.js
          7.3.4. PHP
          7.3.5. Python
          7.3.6. Ruby
     7.4. Develop
          7.4.1. Build a multi-tier Service Bus application
          7.4.2. Message handling
               7.4.2.1. Queues, topics, and subscriptions
               7.4.2.2. Messages, payloads, and serialization
               7.4.2.3. Message transfers, locks, and settlement
               7.4.2.4. Message sequencing and timestamps
               7.4.2.5. Message expiration (Time to Live)
               7.4.2.6. Message handling using Azure Event Grid
               7.4.2.7. Azure Event Grid examples
          7.4.3. Authentication and authorization
               7.4.3.1. Migrate from ACS to SAS
               7.4.3.2. Authentication with Shared Access Signatures
          7.4.4. Topic filters and actions
          7.4.5. Partitioned queues and topics
          7.4.6. Message sessions
          7.4.7. AMQP
               7.4.7.1. AMQP overview
               7.4.7.2. .NET
               7.4.7.3. Java
               7.4.7.4. Java Message Service and AMQP
               7.4.7.5. AMQP protocol guide
               7.4.7.6. AMQP request-response-based operations
          7.4.8. Advanced features
               7.4.8.1. Dead-letter queues
               7.4.8.2. Prefetch messages
               7.4.8.3. Duplicate message detection
               7.4.8.4. Message counters
               7.4.8.5. Message deferral
               7.4.8.6. Message browsing
               7.4.8.7. Chain entities with auto-forwarding
               7.4.8.8. Transaction processing
               7.4.8.9. Paired namespace implementation
          7.4.9. End-to-end tracing and diagnostics
          7.4.10. Build a multi-tier Service Bus application
     7.5. Manage
          7.5.1. Use Azure PowerShell to provision entities
          7.5.2. Monitor Service Bus with Azure Monitoring
          7.5.3. Service Bus management libraries
          7.5.4. Diagnostic logs
          7.5.5. Suspend and reactivate messaging entities
          7.5.6. Use Azure Resource Manager templates
               7.5.6.1. Create a namespace
               7.5.6.2. Create a namespace and a queue
               7.5.6.3. Create a namespace with topic and subscription
               7.5.6.4. Create an authorization rule for namespace and queue
               7.5.6.5. Create a namespace with topic, subscription, and rule
8. Reference
     8.1. .NET
          8.1.1. Microsoft.ServiceBus.Messaging (.NET Framework)
          8.1.2. Microsoft.Azure.ServiceBus (.NET Standard)
     8.2. Java
     8.3. Azure PowerShell
     8.4. REST
     8.5. Exceptions
     8.6. Quotas
     8.7. SQLFilter syntax
     8.8. SQLRuleAction syntax
9. Resources
     9.1. FAQ
     9.2. Azure Roadmap
     9.3. Blog
     9.4. MSDN forums
     9.5. Pricing
     9.6. Pricing calculator
     9.7. Pricing details
     9.8. ServiceBus360
     9.9. Service Bus Explorer
     9.10. Service updates
     9.11. Stack Overflow
     9.12. Videos

Online Training Content

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Videos

Date Title Length
5/10/2017
Enterprise integration and hybrid
0:54:16
9/4/2015
Azure Service Bus Messaging Overview
0:40:26
9/2/2015
Introducing Azure Service Bus Premium Messaging
0:03:13