Service Broker (SSSB)

Managing SQL Server Service Broker Environments

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SQL Server Service Broker (SSBS) is a new architecture (introduced with SQL Server 2005 and enhanced further in SQL Server 2008 and later versions) that allows you to write asynchronous, decoupled, distributed, persistent, reliable, scalable and secure queuing/message-based applications within the database itself. Arshad Ali looks at how we can manage, monitor and troubleshoot Service Broker environments.

2011-07-21

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