Installing and Configuring Service Bus for Windows Server

 

Updated: October 21, 2013

Applies To: Service Bus for Windows Server 1.1

This document shows how to perform an on-premises installation of the Service Bus.

In This Section

Planning Your Deployment1

This section describes how to plan for deployment of Service Bus for Windows Server.

Installation1

Describes how to perform on-premises installation of Service Bus.

Configuring Service Bus for Windows Server using Configuration Wizard1

Describes how to configure Service Bus for Windows Server.

Configuration using PowerShell1

Describes how to configure Service Bus for Windows Server using PowerShell cmdlets.

Exporting Certificates to Client Machines

Describes how remote clients can connect to a Service Bus for Windows Server management endpoint.

Verifying the Service Bus Configuration2

Describes how to verify the configuration of the Service Bus for Windows Server.

Scaling1

Describes the Service Bus for Windows Server support for scaling.

Configure a Highly Available Server1

Describes how to configure a highly available Service Bus for Windows Server.

Changing Service Bus Farm Settings

Describes how to change farm settings using PowerShell cmdlets.

Upgrading Service Bus from Previous Releases

Describes how to upgrade Service Bus for Windows Server.

Uninstalling2

Describes how to uninstall Service Bus for Windows Server.

Configuration How To Topics1

A set of how-to topics for configuration tasks.

Performance Considerations2

Describes Service Bus for Windows Server performance guidelines and considerations.

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