Today we’ve pushed a brand new set of NServiceBus packages to NuGet. We hope this will be the final beta release while we prepare for a release candidate.
When we first announced the NServiceBus for .NET Core beta, we started with only a minimal set of packages (NServiceBus, RabbitMQ, SQL Transport, and SQL Persistence) so that you could get a taste for what it would be like to run NServiceBus on a non-Windows system. Over time we added more and more packages, and continued to iterate and improve on them using the feedback we received during the beta process.
With this new beta refresh, all packages that we plan on releasing are available for you to try. We’ve also updated and built out our testing infrastructure to ensure we have thorough coverage of our code and supported platforms.
The next step is a Release Candidate which will come with a go-live license. We know some of you may have a time-sensitive project that requires a go-live license. If that’s the case, please contact us at email@example.com so we can talk about your needs.
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