Service Broker is a new feature of SQL Server 2005 that provides a message-oriented queuing mechanism for building highly scalable, de-coupled applications. In fact, Service Broker offers the database administrator and developer a new architecture for building triggers, stored procedures and applications that can result in faster processing times for the end user. Service Broker also forms a core part of several other components of SQL Server eg: Database Mail.
In this session we cover:-
1) What is Service Broker?
2) What it offers DBA's "inside the database" & how to use it.
3) What it offers Architects "outside the database"
Nick Ward is a "Technology Specialist - Database & Business Intelligence" in the Enterprise Solutions Group, Microsoft Australia.
SA Innovation Centre, L2 Santos House
Thursday, 11 May 2006