Receive Service Bus messages in Service Fabric

This is one of the proof of concent that I did at work. The idea was to add another Service Bus application to an existing solution, instead of starting a whole new micro-service. It was a lot faster just to add another .net core console application, but setting up Service Fabric cluster always brings some unexpected… Continue reading Receive Service Bus messages in Service Fabric

Microsoft Orleans – is it fast?

Microsoft Orleans is a developer-friendly framework for building distributed, high-scale computing applications. It does not require from developer to implement concurrency and data storage model. It requires developer to use predefined code blocks and enforces application to be build in a certain way. As a result Microsoft Orleans empowers developer with a framework with an… Continue reading Microsoft Orleans – is it fast?

Managing ServiceBus queues, topics and subscriptions in .Net Core

From version 3.1 of Microsoft.Azure.ServiceBus it is finally possible to manage queues, topics and subscriptions in .Net Core. Let’s have a look at how we can use it in real life scenarios. Previously we would use sample code for getting a queue:

Using ManagementClient we can write much better code.

Now before getting a… Continue reading Managing ServiceBus queues, topics and subscriptions in .Net Core

Azure Service Bus – introduction

Azure Service Bus is a Microsoft implementation of a messaging system, that works seamlessly in the cloud and does not require to set up a server of any kind. Messaging is a good alternative for communication between micro-services. Let’s compare the two. REST communication contract constrains may be a risk synchronous model be default load… Continue reading Azure Service Bus – introduction