Deprecating Service Management support for Azure Service Bus, Relay and Event Hubs

Resource Manager, our next-generation cloud infrastructure stack, is fully replacing the “classic” Service Management model. As a result, Service Management REST APIs and support for Service Bus, Relay, and Event Hubs will be retired on November 1, 2019. As with all changes of this type, we’re providing 12 months’ notice so you have adequate time…


Azure WCF Relay DNS Support

In the latest release of the Service Bus .NET Client (3.4.5) comes a highly requested feature for Azure WCF Relay customers, it now supports domain names! For Relay customers who have struggled maintaining a whitelist of Azure datacenter IP addresses, you can now whitelist “*.servicebus.windows.net”. The newest version of the client will make outbound calls…


Service Bus client 3.2.3 is now live

Check out our newest release for the Service Bus client library! This release was primarily focused on Relays and Event Hubs. The NuGet package can be found at https://www.nuget.org/packages/WindowsAzure.ServiceBus/3.2.3. Below are the release notes: EventHub/Messaging: Added FWLinks to TimeoutException. EventHub: Fixed a bug in PrefetchSizeInBytes feature where once the prefetch limit is reached, prefetch can slow down…


The importance of staying current

One of my favorite aspects of Azure Service Bus, or most true cloud platforms, is the continuous delivery model that we as a product team use to constantly improve the service. We are capable of updating our service, while running, at any time. In fact we do it all the time and customers don’t really…