With NServiceBus, queues are just the beginning
If you've ever used message queues,1 you've seen first-hand how asynchronous messaging and Publish/Subscribe design patterns help create scalable, maintainable software systems.
NServiceBus makes building systems using message queues faster and easier. You get all the benefits offered by low-level message queue technology, plus:
Smarter poison message handling
Stop digging through log files for stack traces and retrying one message at a time. Poison messages are grouped by their exception details and can be retried as a group as well.
Visualization & monitoring tools
See how messages flow through your system with sequence and flow diagrams at runtime. Traditional system documentation is (almost) never up-to-date, but visualizations generated from runtime data don't lie. Even better, define alerts to notify you whenever message handlers fail to process, aren't processing fast enough, or can't function because of problems with an external dependency.
Help when you need it
Between our open-source and versioned product documentation, nearly 200 samples, tutorials, community discussion group, and hands-on support and advice from our own solution architects, you're sure to find the help you need to ensure your project is a success.
What customers are saying
We were advocates for NServiceBus on the project and ran into a crunch with something unrelated. You stepped in and had our back; it was huge.James Chambers, Mentor, Developer, Speaker, Author, jameschambers.com
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