Klaus Aschenbrenner

Service Broker Part 1: Service Broker Basics

This article covers SQL Server 2008 Service Broker, an asynchronous messaging framework that is directly integrated within the relational engine of SQL Server. The series will provides you with the basics about implementing Service Broker applications and how you can transparently scale them out to support any required workload.

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2019-04-15

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