Service Bus is a useful application that was especially tailored to bring to Windows Server the Windows Azure Service Bus messaging abilities.
You can use it to create, check and deploy apps that are message-driven. With Service Bus you also get retrieval and storage abilities for the messages.
· Minimum RAM: 2 GB RAM
· Minimum Processor: 2.0 GHz dual core processor
· Minimum free hard disk space: 1 GB
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· New default HTTP Port for the Service Bus for Windows Server: the default HTTP port used by the Service Bus for Windows Server has been changed to 9355 (from 4446). Make sure to modify your applications accordingly.
· New helper class to build a Service Bus connection string: The Windows Azure SDK 1.7 introduced a way to connect to the Service Bus using connection strings. In order to match the cloud API, this release includes a new class to help build the Service Bus connection string. For more information, see see the Developing an Application section.
· New format for the Service Bus connection string: In order to connect to the Service Bus (either cloud or on-premises), use the connection string in a configuration file similar to the API in the Windows Azure SDK. For more information, see see the Developing an Application section.
· The Service Bus for Windows Server PowerShell cmdlets now use connection strings to configure databases. For more information, see the Service Bus for Wind...