Azure Service Bus at scale, lessons from the production trenches

In this talk, we’ll focus on Microsoft’s Azure Service Bus message broker.
What is it and how can it benefit your cloud architecture?
We’ll discuss some of the challenges when using a Service Bus in production; queues, topics (&subscribers), FIFO at scale, and the dreaded DLQ.

Merlin Bieze

Merlin Bieze

.NET XPRT at XPRTZ

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