Joel Reyes, Senior Developer Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation, US Public Sector Developer and Platform Evangelism Team
Date: June 18, 2009 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Microsoft Raleigh / Durham Office
4825 Creekstone Dr., Suite 190
Durham, NC 27703
The Service Bus provides the communication infrastructure that protects developers from having to create the complex code necessary to achieve seamless connectivity. It allows you to expose a service to the Internet from behind your firewall or NAT. Several common application messaging patterns are supported allowing bi-directional, peer-to-peer communication, publish and subscribe and storing and forwarding of messages. The Service Bus is built on Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and uses standard Internet protocols. Building applications using the Service Bus does not require a significant footprint within an organization and leads to more rapid deployments while keeping the local infrastructure intact.
What you will learn
In this evening session over dinner, you will learn how to:
· Expose and consume a service through the Service Bus.
· Authenticate a service and a client against the Access Control Service.
· Service Bus bindings options.
· Expose a MEX endpoint through the Service Bus.
· Implement the Multicast message pattern through the Service Bus.
· Use X.509 certificates for message confidentiality.
Who Should Attend
Architects, Developers, Designers and anyone who would like to learn about the Microsoft Azure Services Platform