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Service Bus is now available as an event handler in Event Grid.
On June 1, 2019, the unit of measure for the Service Bus Standard Base Unit Germany resource GUID will change.
Upgrade existing multi-tenant Service Bus standard namespaces to dedicated premium namespaces by using our new migration tool.
A new AMQP-based package for Azure Service Bus for Node.js is now available.
Effective March 1, 2019, the names for Service Bus Standard Base Unit will change.
Send messages asynchronously between your Go services by using the new preview package for Azure Service Bus.
A package for using Azure Service Bus from Python over AMQP is now available in preview.
Availability Zones support is now generally available for Azure Service Bus premium and Azure Event Hubs standard in every Azure region that has zone redundant datacenters.
Azure Service Bus and Azure Event Hubs Virtual Networks and Firewall rules are now generally available
Virtual Networks and Firewall rules for both Azure Event Hubs and Azure Service Bus are now generally available.
Effective January 1, 2019, the names for Azure Service Bus Messaging will change.
Starting on May 1, 2018, you’ll be billed at an hourly rate for Service Bus standard base units and Service Bus premium messaging units.
On May 1, 2018, Azure Service Bus Standard Base Unit and Service Bus Premium Messaging Units will start being billed at an hourly rate from the current daily rate.
Azure Relay Hybrid Connections is generally available.
You can now use the new Azure portal to create and manage Service Bus messaging resources (namespaces, queues, and topics).
To better support a broader array of mission-critical cloud apps, Azure Service Bus Premium messaging is now generally available.
To better support a broader array of mission-critical cloud apps, we’ve introduced Azure Service Bus Premium messaging.
A new learning path for Azure Service Bus has been published.
In July 2014, we announced changes to Service Bus Queues and Topics, with messaging now offered in Basic and Standard tiers. These new tiers provide price flexibility that better accommodate different use cases. Updated pricing for these changes will be effective starting November 1, 2014, and not October 1, 2014, as previously communicated.
Service Bus Basic and Standard tiers provide price flexibility that better accommodate different use cases.
This post describes Azure Service Health Notifications (also known as Incident Notifications) within the Azure Management Portal.
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