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Neudesic’s Participation in TAP for Service Bus for Windows Server 1.0 Beta

I am excited to announce that Service Bus for Windows Server 1.0 Beta has been released today! I am glad to be able to finally share this news with you as myself and several other Neudesic colleagues had the pleasure of participating in a Technical Adoption Program (TAP) for Service Bus 1.0 for the last several months.   This release brings the following capabilities you had previously only available in Azure Service Bus.  This release includes on-premise support for:

  • Queues
  • Topics
  • Service Bus Secure Token Service (SBSTS) – Similar to ACS but currently only has support for AD as an identity provider.

This release is built on several core Windows components and interestingly enough designed  to run both on-premise and in the Cloud under IAAS.  I believe we will see more in the future in terms of how this can be hosted in an IAAS configuration but the architecture diagram seems to allude to supporting both on-premise and cloud for its base OS. Take a look at the diagram below.

Service Bus for Windows Server Platform Stack

Service Bus Platform Stack

Before you get started, I recommend you check out a more detailed post on Service Bus from my colleague Manoj Talreja.  Once you have done so, I recommend that you create a VM with Windows 2008 R2 and then begin the installation process by following the steps here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj193014(v=azure.10).

Enjoy!

July 17, 2012 Posted by | Uncategorized | , | Leave a comment