How To: How to Manage Service Bus Messaging Entities
Learn how to create and manage your Service Bus entities using the Windows Azure Management Portal. You can use the portal to create new service namespaces or messaging entities (queues, topics, or subscriptions). You can also delete entities or change the status of entities.
How To: How to Monitor Service Bus Messaging Entities
Learn how to manage and monitor your Service Bus entities using the Windows Azure Management Portal. With the portal, you get a comprehensive view of the status of your queues and topics. You can also monitor their usage.
Guidance: Service Bus Queues
Service Bus Queues offer simple first in, first out guaranteed message delivery and support a range of standard protocols (REST, AMQP, WS*) and APIs to put and pull messages on and off a queue.
Guidance: Service Bus Topics
Service Bus Topics provide a publish/subscribe messaging model to support one-to-many communication. You can optionally register filter rules for a topic on a per-subscription basis, which allows you to restrict which messages to a topic are received by which topic subscriptions.
Guidance: Service Bus Relay
Service Bus Relay solves the challenges of communicating between on-premises applications and the outside world by allowing on-premises web services to project public endpoints. Systems can then access these web services, which continue to run on-premises from anywhere on the planet.
Tutorial: Build a .NET multi-tier application using Service Bus Queues
Build a front-end ASP.NET MVC web role that uses a back-end worker role to process long running jobs. You will learn how to create and deploy multi-role solutions, as well as how to use Service Bus Queues and Topics to enable inter-role communication.
Tutorial: Build a .NET on-premises/cloud hybrid application using Service Bus Relay
Create a virtual machine running on Windows Azure and configure it to run Tomcat, a Java application server. You will learn how to use Windows Azure Virtual Machines to host Java applications.
How To: Service Bus AMQP
This How-To Guide explains how to use the Service Bus brokered messaging features (queues and publish/subscribe topics) from AMQP 1.0 using the .NET API.