Azure Management Portal : new features

 

New features have recently been added to the management portal (http://manage.windowsazure.com)

image manage service bus subscription
image manage the management certificates and site co-administrators


Manage the Service Bus

Under the App Services category, you have the ability to manage the Service Bus Queue, Topic and Relay by :

  • a quick create (Name, Region, Subscription)
  • or a custom create (with more parameters).

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When you click on Service Bus, you can see all your namespace created (name), status, location and subscription.

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Once you’ve chosen your namespace, you’ve accessed to a list of your artifacts (Service Bus Queues, Service Bus Topics ,Service Bus Relays)

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let’s see the details offered on the Topic :

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A graphic presents an historical of the incoming messages and the size of the topic. You have access to an overview,.

Two things interesting on this page :

  • The connection String shortcut
  • the Disable Button : indeed, you can disable your topic and refuse all data to be send/receive. If you try, you will have the following exception :

Messaging entity ‘storespace:Topic:topic’ is currently disabled..TrackingId:0474fddf-69c6-4cce-abdf-1414331fc432_G1_B4,T
imeStamp:10/8/2012 9:25:18 AM

 

The key configuration for the topic :

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A useful category is also the Relays (New) , where you can see the number of relay Endpoints AND listeners on each of theses endpoints.

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Manage the Co-Admin

On the Settings, a new tab is arrived “Administrators”, this allows you to add co-admin to your subscription (one of the thing that you’ve to do with the old portal Sourire)

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So, now, it’s seems that almost all the features are now available on the new portal. All ? ho yes, there is not always :

  • Data Sync
  • Access Control
  • Caching (but will this feature continue ? …)
  • Reporting
  • CDN
  • ….

But it’s a really good update Clignement d'œil

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