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Service Bus Brokered Messaging

Updated: February 3, 2015

This section contains information and guidance about the brokered messaging pattern supported by Microsoft Azure Service Bus.

In This Section

Service Bus Brokered Messaging Tutorials
Contains two tutorials that use the Service Bus brokered messaging pattern. The tutorials cover both the managed API (.NET) and REST programming models.

Creating Applications that Use Service Bus Queues
Describes how to create a simple application that uses Service Bus queues.

Creating Applications that Use Service Bus Topics and Subscriptions
An introduction to using Service Bus topics and subscriptions.

Azure Queues and Service Bus Queues - Compared and Contrasted
A detailed comparison of both queueing technologies.

Partitioning Messaging Entities
Describes the options to partition queues or topics across multiple message brokers and messaging stores

Chaining Service Bus Entities with Auto-forwarding
Describes the Auto-forwarding feature that enables you to chain a subscription or queue to another queue or topic.

Best Practices for Performance Improvements Using Service Bus Brokered Messaging
Describes how to use Service Bus to optimize performance when exchanging brokered messages.

Best Practices for Insulating Service Bus Applications Against Service Bus Outages and Disasters
Describes techniques you can use to protect applications against a potential Service Bus datacenter outage.

Asynchronous Messaging Patterns and High Availability
Describes how to use asynchronous messaging capabilities.

Service Bus AMQP: Developer's Guide
Describes support for the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) 1.0 in Service Bus.

How to Use the BrokeredMessage.Defer Method
Learn how to use the Defer method when processing messages.

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