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The end of the legacy Azure Service Bus transport

Particular Software

A while back, we introduced a brand new transport for use with Azure Service Bus. This transport was a necessary step in our Azure offering to allow users to target.NET Standard and.NET Core. More importantly, it started the process of deprecating the now-legacy Azure Service Bus transport. What does that mean?

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Fallacy #7: Transport cost is zero

Particular Software

In order to connect our data center to the rest of the world, we must exchange currency for the transport of our bits and bytes. In the cloud, we must pay this also, whether directly or as part of the cost of whichever service we’re using.

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Understanding gRPC Concepts, Use Cases, and Best Practices

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Big data is generated and transported using various mediums in single requests. With the increase in the size of data, we have activities like serializing, deserializing, and transportation costs added to it. We need to cut down on transportation. A lot of messaging protocols have been developed in the past to address this.

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Exploring the Basics of EMQX MQTT Broker Clustering: An Introduction

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If you're involved in the IoT (Internet of Things) space or have embarked on any journey involving real-time data transfer, you've probably come across MQTT (Message Queuing Telemetry Transport). MQTT is a lightweight, publish-subscribe network protocol that transports messages between devices, often known as the backbone for IoT.

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What's new in SQL Server Transport 6.2

Particular Software

SQL Server Transport is one of our most popular transports. Customers often have deep proficiency with SQL and are able to use SQL Transport to add message queues to new or even legacy systems without needing to adopt (or get approval for) additional technology. SQL Server Transport version 6.2.0 Summary Version 6.2.0

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What Is mTLS? How To Implement It With Istio

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Mutual Transport Layer Security (mTLS) is a cryptographic protocol designed to authenticate two parties and secure their communication in the network. Use-cases of mTLS Certificate Authority, Publick keys, X.509 509 certificate: Must-know mTLS concepts How does mTLS work?

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Introducing the new Azure Service Bus transport for.NET Core

Particular Software

Today we’re releasing the new Azure Service Bus transport, which is fully compatible with NServiceBus 7 and.NET Core. With the release of the new NServiceBus Azure Service Bus transport, we are now able to take full advantage of.NET Core and Azure. Assuming these are met, you can upgrade directly to the new transport.