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Azure Service Bus

Reliable cloud messaging as a service (MaaS) and simple hybrid integration

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Azure Service Bus

Cloud communication service

Microsoft Azure Service Bus provides an PaaS (Platform as a Service) communications platform built to allow more robust, multi-tenant software systems to be built in the cloud. There are four main feature sets within Azure Service Bus (Queues, Topics, Relays, and Event Hubs) that all offer different communications mediums for use with and between the different tenants of cloud hosted and hybrid (cloud and on-premises) hosted applications.

Simplify Enterprise Cloud Messaging

When you need a highly-reliable cloud messaging service between applications, Azure Service Bus is the platform to depend on. Available in several different regions, this fully managed service eliminates the burdens of server management and licensing. Asynchronous operations give you flexible, brokered messaging between client and server, along with structured first-in, first-out (FIFO) messaging, and publish/subscribe capabilities – excellent for tasks like order processing.

Build Scalable Solutions

Integrate Azure SQL Database, Azure Storage, and Web Apps with Service Bus messaging to get smooth operation under variable loads, and the durability to survive intermittent failures.

enable secure communication

Access existing assets without complex firewall, network, or VPN configuration. These services give you enhanced authentication and connectivity through the cloud.

Implement Complex Workflows

Build durable messaging topologies with complex routing and increase overall availability. Use Service Bus to deliver messages to multiple subscribers and fan out message delivery at scale.

share one connection

Keep your data where it is on-premises, and use the Hybrid Connections feature within Service Bus Relay to enable access from the cloud or anywhere through a single, secure connection.

Diverse Set of Features

  • Queue semantics, including message persistence and strict first-in, first-out ordering of messages is available. This feature also detects and deletes duplicate messages.
  • Atomic transactions let a queue read or write whether a large operation succeeds or fails as a single unit.
  • Poison message handling prevents a message from causing a problem and won’t put a receiver into an ongoing loop.
  • High availability, including geo-replication, along with built-in disaster recovery is offered.

Azure Service Bus Messaging

Azure Service Bus is a multi-tenant cloud messaging service you can use to send information between applications and services. The asynchronous operations give you flexible, brokered messaging, along with structured first-in, first-out (FIFO) messaging, and publish/subscribe capabilities.

Azure Service Bus
Relay

Azure Relay service facilitates hybrid applications between on-premises and cloud environments within a corporate enterprise network and the public cloud, without having to open a firewall connection or require intrusive changes to a corporate network infrastructure.

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Service bus focuses on increasing the range of communication between application and devices connected all over the internet. It uses queues, topics, and relays mechanisms through cloud-based technologies for communications

Queues offers first in first out (FIFO) delivery mechanism to one or more recipients. Messages delivered through queues are asynchronous and decoupled.

Topics provide one-directional communication using subscription. It includes filter to receive messages based on the filter applied onto that.

Relays provide bidirectional medium of interaction, it does not store message like Topics and Queues. It sends the message to the recipients.

For Service Bus Relays, Microsoft guarantees that at least 99.9% of the time, properly configured applications will be able to establish a connection to a deployed Relay.

Azure offers Event Grid, Event Hubs, and Service Bus to assist with delivering event messages throughout a solution. Microsoft’s comparison of services graph explains that Event Grid is used for the reaction to status changes, Event Hubs is used for distributed data streaming, and Service Bus is used for order processing.

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