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Message Queue Fundamentals in .NET

Course Summary

Message queues are a core technology which all .NET developers and architects should be familiar with. They enable you to build high throughput systems which can scale beyond threads and processes, and which are inherently resilient - where different tech


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    Course Syllabus


    Course Fee:
    USD 29
    ● Introducing Message Queues
        ◦ Introducing Message Queues
        ◦ Course Outline
        ◦ Key Messaging Patterns
        ◦ Failure Scenarios
        ◦ Module Summary
    ● Message Queue Proof-of-Concept
        ◦ Introducing the Proof-of-Concept
        ◦ Demo 1: Fire-and-Forget (part 1)
        ◦ Demo 1: Fire-and-Forget (part 2)
        ◦ Demo 1: Fire-and-Forget (part 3)
        ◦ Implementing Fire-and-Forget
        ◦ About the Fire-and-Forget Pattern
        ◦ About Reliable Messaging
        ◦ Demo 2: Reliable Messaging (part 1)
        ◦ Demo 2: Reliable Messaging (part 2)
        ◦ Implementing Reliable Messaging
        ◦ About Performance and Scalability
        ◦ Demo 3: Performance and Scalability (part 1)
        ◦ Demo 3: Performance and Scalability (part 2)
        ◦ Evaluating Performance and Scalability
        ◦ Module Summary
    ● Introducing MSMQ
        ◦ Introducing MSMQ
        ◦ What is MSMQ?
        ◦ Durability and Reliability
        ◦ Demo 1 (part 1): Installing MSMQ
        ◦ Demo 1 (part 2): Administering MSMQ
        ◦ Installing and Administering MSMQ
        ◦ Using MSMQ with .NET
        ◦ Demo 2 (part 1): Creating Queues
        ◦ Demo 2 (part 2): Sending Messages
        ◦ Demo 2 (part 3): Secure Messaging
        ◦ Recap: Using MSMQ with .NET
        ◦ Messaging Pattern Support
        ◦ Module Summary
    ● Practical MSMQ
        ◦ Aims of the Module
        ◦ Demo 1 (part 1): Refactoring the PoC
        ◦ Demo 1 (part 2): Request Messages in MSMQ
        ◦ Demo 1 (part 3): Response Messages in MSMQ
        ◦ Request-Response in MSMQ
        ◦ Request-Response Considerations
        ◦ The Publish-Subscribe Pattern
        ◦ Demo 2 (part 1): Multicast in MSMQ
        ◦ Demo 2 (part 2): Publishing Messages in MSMQ
        ◦ Demo 2 (part 3): Subscribing to Messages in MSMQ
        ◦ Publish-Subscribe in MSMQ
        ◦ Module Summary
    ● Introducing ZeroMQ
        ◦ Introducing ZeroMQ
        ◦ What is ZeroMQ?
        ◦ Zero Frills
        ◦ Demo 1 (part 1): Setting up ZeroMQ
        ◦ Demo 1 (part 2): Sending Messages
        ◦ Demo 1 (part 3): Receiving Messages
        ◦ Using ZeroMQ
        ◦ ZeroMQ and .NET
        ◦ Demo 2 (part 1): Fire-and-Forget
        ◦ Demo 2 (part 2): Request-Response
        ◦ Demo 2 (part 1): Publish-Subscribe
        ◦ ZeroMQ Socket Types
        ◦ Module Summary
    ● Practical ZeroMQ
        ◦ Aims of the Module
        ◦ Abstracting the Messaging Layer
        ◦ Demo 1 (part 1): IMessageQueue Interface
        ◦ Demo 1 (part 2): MSMQ Implementation
        ◦ The Abstract Messaging Layer
        ◦ Implementing IMessageQueue with ZeroMQ
        ◦ Demo 2 (part 1): Sending Request Messages
        ◦ Demo 2 (part 2): Receiving Response Messages
        ◦ Demo 2 (part 3): Fire-and-Forget and Publish-Subscribe
        ◦ Implementing IMessageQueue
        ◦ Automated Testing
        ◦ End-to-End Testing Considerations
        ◦ Demo 3 (part 1): End-to-End Testing with SpecFlow
        ◦ Demo 3 (part 2): Messaging Considerations
        ◦ End-to-End Testing
        ◦ Module Summary
    ● Introducing Cloud Message Queues
        ◦ Introducing Cloud Message Queues
        ◦ What is Cloud Messaging?
        ◦ Demo 1 (part 1): Managing Queues in Azure
        ◦ Demo 1 (part 2): Managing Queues in AWS
        ◦ Administering Cloud Queues
        ◦ .NET Client Librar

    Course Type:

    Self-Study

    Course Status:

    Active

    Workload:

    1 - 4 hours / week

    This course is listed under Development & Implementations and Quality Assurance & Testing Community

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