SQL Server: Service Broker Team Blog

This blog is about the Service Broker feature for the Microsoft SQL Server

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  • Blog Post: Securing a dialog with certificates

    This sample shows how to set up a secure dialog using certificates. Service broker will always have a level of security at the transport level, which may include encryption, but this is at a server level of granularity. It does not secure conversations on a database-to-database basis. If this is required...
  • Blog Post: Fast data push tuning

    A common use of service broker is the "data push" scenario in which messages are asynchronously sent to a destination such as a data warehouse for storage and processing with minimal impact on the source application. Two frequent concerns are whether service broker can handle a proposed work load, and...
  • Blog Post: Reusing dialogs with a dialog pool

    As noted in various Service Broker sources, it is often advantageous to minimize the overhead of creating dialogs to send messages on. This blog shows how to create a shared pool of dialogs to be able to reuse dialogs instead of creating new ones. The dialog pool is a variation of Remus Rusanu's reusing...
  • Blog Post: A simple secure dialog with transport certificates

    If you want to have a broker dialog between server instances, you have to be concerned with having a secure network connection, which in service broker terminology is called transport security. An effective way to accomplish this is using certificates to secure the broker endpoints. Then you can safely...
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