About the Talk
March 24, 2012 9:40 AM
Microsoft Offices, 1000 Towne Center Dr, Suite 1930, Southfield, MI 48033Microsoft Offices, 1000 Towne Center Dr, Suite 1930, Southfield, MI 48033
When Windows Azure was originally released a built in queuing feature was included. The Windows Azure Storage Queues were the suggested way for compute instances and applications to talk to each other. Flash forward to just a few months ago and another queue feature appears on the Windows Azure scene with Service Bus Queues and Topics. So, why are there two queue technologies? How do they differ? When should you choose one over the other? These are the questions we'll look to answer in this session.