Cloud Cover Episode 23 - AppFabric Service Bus

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Join Ryan and Steve each week as they cover the Microsoft cloud. You can follow and interact with the show at @cloudcovershow

In this episode:  
  • Wade Wegner joins us as we talk about what the Windows Azure AppFabric Service Bus is and how to use it.
  • Discover the different patterns and bindings you can use with the AppFabric Service Bus.
  • Learn a tip on how to effectively host your Service Bus services in IIS.

Show Links:

SQL Azure Support for Database Copy
Perfmon Friendly Viewer for Windows Azure MMC
Infographic: IPs, Protocols, & Token Flavours in the August Labs release of ACS
Wade's Funky Fresh Beat
AutoStart WCF Services to Expose them as Service Bus Endpoints
Host WCF Services in IIS with Service Bus Endpoints



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      SQL Azure Database Copy! That really made me happy! I'm seriously running out of arguments to use my on-premise SQL... Big Smile Big Smile

      Thanks for the great show! Cracked me up good this time! hahahaha!!!


      I pity the fools who say you can't combine triple A stand-up comedy and azure service bus into one mix!


      You guys rock! Smiley

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      Ha! "Now we didn't know a lot about Wade, prior to him being on the show..."


      I can't wait to try the Perfmon viewer.



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      "Oh, I thought you needed that for the demo, sorry!"


      LMAO! Legendary!



    • User profile image

      SQL Azure Database Copy is just what I've been looking for this week for one of our multi tenant systems!

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      You guys always seem to find a way to make it look like I'm watching something NSFW just as my boss walks by... but it's worth taking the hit on my annual review to enjoy the comedy duo of Smarx & Dunn. Great job guys!

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