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How To: Create or Modify a Service Bus Service Namespace

Updated: April 15, 2015

This topic describes how to create a new Service Bus service namespace using the Azure management portal, and how to modify an existing service namespace. You can create one or more service namespaces in your Service Bus subscription.

  1. Open a browser and visit the Azure Management Portal.

  2. Log on to the Web site using a Microsoft Account (MSA). If you do not have an MSA, click Sign up to create one for yourself.

    After you are signed in, you are redirected to the Management Portal page. In the left pane navigation, click Service Bus.

    Windows Azure Portal
  3. To add a new service namespace, click Create. Or, if you have not yet created any service namespaces, you can click Create a New Namespace in the main portal window.

  4. In the Add a new Namespace box, type a name for your new service namespace. Note that each service namespace must be globally unique so that it can be identified by the service. When you type a name for your service namespace, the portal checks to see if the name is unique and valid. If so, a green check mark appears to indicate that the name is valid.

    You can also choose the type of messaging entities this namespace will contain: Messaging (queues, topics/subscriptions, event hubs), or Notification Hub, as well as the messaging tier in which the namespace is created (Basic or Standard). For more information, see the Service Bus pricing guide.

    Service Namespace Properties
    You do not have to use the same service namespace for both client and service applications.

  5. Choose a region in the available dropdown. Then click the OK check mark.

  6. The system creates your service namespace and enables it. Until it is active, its status in the list is set to Activating.

    You might have to wait several minutes as the system provisions resources for your account.

  1. To obtain the Shared Access Signature (SAS) credentials associated with a service namespace, click the service namespace in the list, and then click Connection Information. You can also obtain the configuration connection string associated with the service namespace. You can copy and paste these values from the Access connection information dialog into any application that requires these credentials. For more information about SAS, see Service Bus Authentication.

  1. After you’ve created a namespace, you can create or modify Shared Access Signature (SAS) policies and keys for that namespace. SAS policies are useful for granting Manage, Send, and Listen rights on a given namespace. In the list of namespaces, click the Namespace Name field for the namespace you want to modify.

  2. Click the Configure tab.

  3. Create or modify policies in the Shared Access Policies section, or copy/regenerate SAS keys in the Shared Access Key Generator section.

  4. Click the Scale tab. In the Capacity section, you can change the billing tier for this namespace. For more information, see Service Bus Pricing.

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