Today we’re releasing the new Azure Service Bus transport, which is fully compatible with NServiceBus 7 and .NET Core.
You will now be able to run NServiceBus endpoints using Azure Service Bus anywhere.
With this news, we’re rebranding the previous transport as the “legacy” Azure Service Bus transport. Just as Microsoft will not be adding new features to their legacy client, we won’t add any new features to the legacy transport that uses it. The legacy transport will receive only critical bug fixes and security patches from this point on.
However, you can rest easy knowing that you will have a documented and supported migration path that will allow you to gradually transition your current system to the new transport.
To find out all the details, including info about the migration path, check out our latest blog post, Introducing the new Azure Service Bus transport for .NET Core.
Where to get it
You can download the updated version and see the full release notes here:
The team in Particular
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