Learning NServiceBus - Second Edition

Build reliable and scalable distributed software systems using the industry leading .NET Enterprise Service Bus

Learning NServiceBus - Second Edition

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David Boike

Build reliable and scalable distributed software systems using the industry leading .NET Enterprise Service Bus
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ISBN 139781784392925
Paperback204 pages

Book Description

Building complex software systems is hard, but it doesn't have to be! NServiceBus is a powerful, yet lightweight, open source messaging framework used to design distributed .NET enterprise systems. Entirely pluggable, yet simple to use, it can help you apply the principles of messaging and SOA to build robust, scalable, and maintainable systems.

This book is an essential guide that will help you become a messaging guru. From sending a simple message, to publishing events, to implementing complex long-running business processes, you'll learn everything you need to know to start building complex software systems in no time.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Getting on the IBus
Why use NServiceBus?
Getting the code
Our first example
Creating a message assembly
Creating a service endpoint
Creating a message handler
Sending a message from an MVC application
Running the solution
Summary
Chapter 2: Messaging Patterns
Commands versus events
Events
Message routing
Summary
Chapter 3: Preparing for Failure
Fault tolerance and transactional processing
Error queues and replay
Messages that expire
Auditing messages
Web service integration and idempotence
Summary
Chapter 4: Hosting
Hosting types
Assembly scanning
Choosing an endpoint name
Dependency injection
Message transport
Persistence
Message serialization
Transactions
Purging the queue on startup
Installers
Startup
Summary
Chapter 5: Advanced Messaging
Unobtrusive mode
Message versioning
Specifying the handler order
Message actions
Property encryption
Transporting large payloads
Exposing web services
Summary
Chapter 6: Sagas
Long-running processes
Defining a saga
Finding saga data
Ending a saga
Dealing with time
Design guidelines
Persistence concerns
Unit testing
Scheduling
Summary
Chapter 7: Advanced Configuration
Extending NServiceBus
Dependency injection
Unit of work
Message mutators
The NServiceBus pipeline
Outbox
Summary
Chapter 8: The Service Platform
ServiceControl
ServiceInsight
ServicePulse
ServiceMatrix
Summary
Chapter 9: Administration
Service installation
Profiles
Managing configurations
Monitoring performance
Scalability
Multiple sites
Virtualization
Transport administration
Summary
Chapter 10: Where to Go from Here?
What we've learned
What next?

What You Will Learn

  • Create systems that can be maintained and upgraded without downtime
  • Make your web service integrations reliable
  • Create code that automatically compensates for failures
  • Apply the principles of messaging theory and eventual consistency
  • Decouple and simplify business processes with Publish/Subscribe
  • Replace batch jobs with business processes that are reliable, adaptable, and testable
  • Create software that can scale horizontally as well as vertically
  • Monitor your software for health, performance, and adherence to SLAs

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Getting on the IBus
Why use NServiceBus?
Getting the code
Our first example
Creating a message assembly
Creating a service endpoint
Creating a message handler
Sending a message from an MVC application
Running the solution
Summary
Chapter 2: Messaging Patterns
Commands versus events
Events
Message routing
Summary
Chapter 3: Preparing for Failure
Fault tolerance and transactional processing
Error queues and replay
Messages that expire
Auditing messages
Web service integration and idempotence
Summary
Chapter 4: Hosting
Hosting types
Assembly scanning
Choosing an endpoint name
Dependency injection
Message transport
Persistence
Message serialization
Transactions
Purging the queue on startup
Installers
Startup
Summary
Chapter 5: Advanced Messaging
Unobtrusive mode
Message versioning
Specifying the handler order
Message actions
Property encryption
Transporting large payloads
Exposing web services
Summary
Chapter 6: Sagas
Long-running processes
Defining a saga
Finding saga data
Ending a saga
Dealing with time
Design guidelines
Persistence concerns
Unit testing
Scheduling
Summary
Chapter 7: Advanced Configuration
Extending NServiceBus
Dependency injection
Unit of work
Message mutators
The NServiceBus pipeline
Outbox
Summary
Chapter 8: The Service Platform
ServiceControl
ServiceInsight
ServicePulse
ServiceMatrix
Summary
Chapter 9: Administration
Service installation
Profiles
Managing configurations
Monitoring performance
Scalability
Multiple sites
Virtualization
Transport administration
Summary
Chapter 10: Where to Go from Here?
What we've learned
What next?

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Paperback204 pages
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