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Wheels on the Rebus Go Queue, Queue, Queue

Exploring Sitecore’s Rebus Implementation

What an amazing event the SUGCON EU 2019 was! I am humbled and grateful to have been offered an opportunity to speak in London last week! Enjoyed seeing, meeting, and hanging out with the Sitecore Community and learning from each other the incredible talent that we bring to this community.

For SUGCON EU 2019, I chose to get real technical. Talking about the exploration of the Rebus.NET implementation that Sitecore included in the platform starting in version 9.0.1. This session, we learned what a message queue and service bus is, and I took the audience on an inclusive experience turning the audience into a real live working demonstration of a service bus. Showcasing how using a message queue and service bus pattern, scale becomes a non-factor over the direct connection alternative.

Wheels on the Rebus Presentation

London buses taken with tilt and shift to give narrow depth of field.

Example Code

Below is the example code that I walked through during the Demo portion of the presentation. This code is provided as is and is not guaranteed to work as shown in your implementations. It is provided to demonstrate how you would go about implementing your own queue.


As I explained during the session, the biggest notion to take home is that while we can utilize this pattern in any solution, transport and how Sitecore has implemented Rebus could very well change in future releases, near and or far.

I hope that anyone attending enjoyed my silly little presentation. If even one person learned something, this was a successful session. If you did attend, THANK YOU for your participation!

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