Windows Azure Service Bus – Your Private Transit Authority

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Sure, adding SignalR into your web pages is a great idea for keeping the page up to date. However, with new opportunities come new challenges. What are the problems that occur in real-world systems once your need for live data increases? Suddenly you need to surface data in many additional ways. Windows Azure Service Bus provides several mechanisms for getting messages through your platform. You need to know how to build the routes, how to determine where you need guaranteed delivery vs. notifications, and when to use Storage Queues vs. when to use Service Bus Queues. In this session, we will look at how to keep information up to date even as you scale out to more servers.

Speaker: Dennis Burton

Dennis Burton is a web developer comfortable writing CSS and reading SQL Profiler execution plans. His diverse portfolio includes several single-page web applications, online learning management systems, precision measurement using high-speed data acquisition applications, and automotive diagnostic software. He has been consistently working with systems that require processing large amounts of data quickly. Dennis’s career has always been moving forward; forward, that is, from the back-end processing in systems to the feature-rich JavaScript applications on the web, today. As a web developer at Arana Software, Dennis has helped Fortune 100 companies as well as startups solve their problems with a variety of technology stacks.

Pizza will be provided as a snack during the meeting. For anyone interested in continuing the discussion a Geek Dinner will be held immediately after the meeting (Location – Logan’s Irish Pub).


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