Join Tiago Costa for an in-depth discussion in this video Messages using Service Bus queues, part of Developing Long-Running Tasks with Microsoft Azure.
- [Instructor] Okay, so now let's check … how can we send and receive messages … using the Service Bus queues. … The first thing that I need to do, … is grab the connection string … for my Service Bus namespace. … So, I will go for the Azure portal, … and under my Azure portal under settings, … I have the Shared access policies, and if I click here, … I will just grab this and by demo purpose, … I will just use the RootManageSharedAccessKey, … and I will just copy the Primary Connection String. … Now that it's copied, I will just go for my project, … and I will just paste it here under my code. … So, now that I have the connection string, … I will go into my MainAsync program, … and I will just start to code. … So, first things that I need to do, … I will just create an integer here, … that will be the number of messages that I want to send. … So, numberOfMessages and I will just put here a value, … I'll just go for five for example. … Now, I need to create a queueClient. … So my queueClient in here, so let me just, …
- Creating and using Azure Storage queues
- Using Azure Service Bus queues
- Security for Azure Service Bus queues
- Creating and scheduling WebJobs
- Creating Azure functions
- Running Azure Batch workloads
Skill Level Intermediate
Azure DevOps First Lookwith Jose Miguel Rady Allende17m 30s Beginner
Scaling Applications with Microsoft Azurewith Tiago Costa1h 30m Intermediate
What you should know1m 10s
1. Azure Queues
2. Azure WebJobs
3. Azure Functions and the Serverless Era
4. Large-Scale Parallel Compute
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