This intensive two day course provides the knowledge and skills required to leverage the SOA, communication and integration capabilities provided by Windows Azure Service Bus. The course will cover the use of the Azure Service Bus to provide connectivity to on-premise and cloud-based services. The use of relayed messaging for request-response operations and brokered messaging for asynchronous one-way messaging will be explored and best practices for reliable secure messaging explained. Advanced features like publish-subscribe messaging, routing, message sessions and correlation will be covered in detail as well as procedures for handling failed and expired messages. The use of the Azure Access Control service, combined with claims-based identity, to secure service bus access will be covered. The future directions of the Windows Azure Service Bus will also be discussed. The emerging Service Bus EAI & EDI integration capabilities will be discussed and demonstrated.
The course will feature numerous hands-on labs; Azure usage is included in the cost of the course. As the Azure Service Bus is a rapidly evolving technology the course content can be subject to change.
This course has been developed by and is taught by Alan Smith, one of the lead contributors to the Azure development community. Alan is a member of the Microsoft Application Server Group advisor team and provides direct feedback to the development teams on emerging Azure technologies, and has held Microsoft's most valuable professional (MVP) award for seven years.
Experienced developers and architects.
Experience developing applications with Visual Studio 2010. The courseware is in English and the trainer speaks English.
We offer a wide range of courses for developers and also arrange private training for your company.
Kursen kan betalas med kompetenskort.
- Capabilities of Windows Azure Service Bus
- Using the Azure Service Bus relay service to enable connectivity to services
- Developing asynchronous brokered messaging using topics, queues and subscriptions
- Implementing integration patterns, such as message sessions, dead-lettering, message expiration and correlation
- Securing the Azure Service Bus using the Azure Access Control service
- Capabilities of Service Bus EAI & EDI integration capabilities
- The Azure Service Bus pricing model
- Future developments of Azure Service Bus
- As the Windows Azure middleware services are constantly evolving the content of the content will be updated to match the latest developments.