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Windows Azure Service Bus Scatter-Gather Implementation
One of the more challenging enterprise integration patterns that developers may wish to implement is the Scatter-Gather pattern. In this article I will show the basic implementation of a scatter-gather pattern using the topic-subscription model of the windows azure service bus. I’ll be using the implementation in demos, and also as a lab in my training courses, and the pattern will also be included in the next release of my free e-book the “Windows Azure Service Bus Developer Guide”. The Scatter-Gather ......

Posted On Monday, April 16, 2012 9:53 AM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ BizTalk Azure AppFabic ]

Windows Azure Service Bus Splitter and Aggregator
This article will cover basic implementations of the Splitter and Aggregator patterns using the Windows Azure Service Bus. The content will be included in the next release of the “Windows Azure Service Bus Developer Guide”, along with some other patterns I am working on. I’ve taken the pattern descriptions from the book “Enterprise Integration Patterns” by Gregor Hohpe. I bought a copy of the book in 2004, and recently dusted it off when I started to look at implementing the patterns on the Windows ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 10, 2012 11:35 AM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ BizTalk Azure AppFabic ]

Transactional Messaging in the Windows Azure Service Bus
Introduction I’m currently working on broadening the content in the Windows Azure Service Bus Developer Guide. One of the features I have been looking at over the past week is the support for transactional messaging. When using the direct programming model and the WCF interface some, but not all, messaging operations can participate in transactions. This allows developers to improve the reliability of messaging systems. There are some limitations in the transactional model, transactions can only ......

Posted On Monday, April 2, 2012 9:46 AM | Comments (2) | Filed Under [ BizTalk Azure AppFabic ]

Windows Azure Service Bus Resequencer
Introduction I’ll be presenting a session at Sweden Windows Azure Group (SWAG) on Monday, as well as presenting on the Windows Azure Service Bus at various other events. I thought it would be fun to look at implementing some of the Enterprise Integration Patterns using the brokered messaging capabilities. I’ll use this article in the next release of Windows Azure Service Bus Developer Guide, and it will probably end up as a “challenge lab” for my Service Bus course. As a long-time BizTalk developer ......

Posted On Friday, March 23, 2012 10:47 AM | Comments (1) | Filed Under [ BizTalk Azure AppFabic ]

Sweden Windows Azure Group Meeting - Windows Azure Service Bus, 26th March, Stockholm
I’ll be presenting a session on “Windows Azure Service Bus” for the Sweden Windows Azure Group (SWAG) at AddSkills in Stockholm on the 26th March. It will be a demo intensive session looking at the relayed and brokered messaging capabilities of the Service Bus. Register for the event here. Sign up to Sweden Windows Azure Group (SWAG) for notifications of future events here. Read more about the Windows Azure Service Bus in my e-book “Windows Azure Service Bus Developer Guide” ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 13, 2012 9:20 AM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ BizTalk Azure AppFabic ]

PDF and CHM versions of Windows Azure Service Bus Developer Guide Available & Azure Service Bus 2-day Course
I’ve just added PDF and CHM versions of “Windows Azure Service Bus Developer Guide”, you can get them here. The HTML browsable version is here. I have the first delivery of my 2-day course “SOA, Connectivity and Integration using the Windows Azure Service Bus” scheduled for 3-4 May in Stockholm. Feel free to contact me via my blog if you have any questions about the course, or would be interested in an on-site delivery. Details of the course are here ......

Posted On Friday, March 2, 2012 12:54 AM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ BizTalk Azure AppFabic ]

Windows Azure Service Bus Developer Guide
I’ve just published a web-browsalbe version of “Windows Azure Service Bus Developer Guide”. “The Developers Guide to AppFabric” has been re-branded, and has a new title of “Windows Azure Service Bus Developer Guide”. There is not that much new in the way of content, but I have made changes to the overall structure of the guide. More content will follow, along with updated PDF and CHM versions of the guide ......

Posted On Tuesday, February 28, 2012 10:32 PM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ BizTalk Azure AppFabic ]

Sweden Windows Azure Group (SWAG) Meeting, 20th September in Stockholm
For the first SWAG meeting of 2012 Ludwig Ahrle and Mikael Eriksson will present two developer focused sessions covering the work they have been doing for Curvande on the Windows Azure platform. This will be a great opportunity to see real-world Azure development hands-on. The presentations will take place between 18:00 and 20.30, with a 30 minute break for food, there will then be a chance to take a drink, chat and mingle with the presenters and other SWAG members. Register here. Sign up to join ......

Posted On Monday, February 13, 2012 9:48 AM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ BizTalk Azure AppFabic ]

Azure Service Bus - Two Day Course in Stockholm
As I was working on “The Developers Guide to AppFabric” e-book I also started developing a training course on the Azure Service Bus. The first delivery of this course is scheduled for May 3-4 in Stockholm. I’m really looking forward to delivering this, it will be exciting to be working with emerging technologies. The course will be updated on regular bases to cover the new features as they pass through CTP and into release. The course details are here. If you have any questions about the course, ......

Posted On Thursday, February 9, 2012 5:36 PM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ BizTalk Azure AppFabic ]

A Great Holiday Season for Azure Developers
There are a lot of reasons why the 2011 holiday season is a great time to take a look at Azure development. There are a number of offers and releases that allow you to start to explore cloud-based development on the Microsoft platform, best of all; they are all pretty much free to take advantage of. $0 Spending Limit on Azure Trial & MSDN Accounts Ever since the introduction of billing for Windows Azure it has always been an issue for many developers wanting to learn Azure that, if you are not ......

Posted On Sunday, December 18, 2011 10:59 AM | Comments (0) | Filed Under [ BizTalk Azure AppFabic ]

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