Microsoft Service Bus Connector FAQ
A: The Service Bus connector allows integration with both Windows Service Bus on-premises or Azure Service Bus cloud-hosted environments.
A: All Service Bus queue types are supported, including standard queues, topics, and event hubs.
A: The Service Bus connector uses AMQP 1.0 for message encoding and transport. The Mule payload is mapped to the AMQP message body, with message properties being mapped to the AMQP envelope properties.
A: Once the Service Bus namespace has been configured in the connector, the available queues, topics and event hubs in that namespace are made available via DataSense allowing simple configuration of flows to send or receive messages to the appropriate endpoint.
A: Yes, the full admin API is exposed via the Service Bus connector making it simple to build dynamic integration applications.
A: This connector is supported on any Enterprise Edition Anypoint platform running on any operating system and bit-ness, including the CloudHub integration PaaS.
Learn more about the connect using the Microsoft Service Bus Connector guide.