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New Article in CODE Magazine on Azure Service Bus Queues & Topics

I am pleased to share that my new article on Azure Service Bus Queues and Topics has just been published by CODE Magazine.

CODE Magazine is a leading Microsoft technical journal with a worldwide in-print circulation in excess of 20,000 along with on-line, Xiine and Amazon Kindle media distribution. CODE is distributed to a combination of paid subscriptions, qualiimagefied requests, and newsstand sales. In addition, CODE Magazine has bonus distribution at targeted Microsoft-oriented conferences and targeted industry events throughout the year such as Microsoft Professional Developer Conference (PDC), Tech Ed, DevTeach, MVP Global Summit, DevConnections, Devscovery, QCon, Code Camps, and more!

Here is the link to the article: http://www.code-magazine.com/article.aspx?quickid=1112041

The article covers critical capabilities provided by Azure Service Bus for composing distributed messaging solutions for the hybrid enterprise and how the latest release delivers on the Software + Services vision that was first laid out over five years ago.

The new release includes the addition of Queues and Topics which build on top of an already robust set of capabilities introducing new levels of reliability for building loosely coupled distributed solutions across a variety of clients and services, be they on-premise, in the cloud, or a combination of the two.

There are many exciting changes happening within Microsoft around integration and middleware, and the release of Service Bus Brokered Messaging/Queues and Topics is a strong reflection of the commitment to the platform that I believe is going to make this new wave of innovation more exciting than ever before.

It has been a tremendous privilege to have the opportunity to work with the Azure Service Bus team and experiment with the early bits ahead of release. I’d like to thank Todd Holmquist-Sutherland, Clemens Vasters, Abhishek Lal and David Ingham for the unprecedented access to their team, resources and information as well as kindly and patiently answering my many questions over the last several weeks.

Long live messaging!

Print | posted on Wednesday, October 26, 2011 10:20 AM | Filed Under [ Published Works WCF 4 SOA 2.0 Windows Azure Azure Service Bus 1.5 Software + Services ]

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