To create a Service Bus namespace, you can follow these general steps:
Sign in to the Azure portal: Go to the Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com) and sign in with your Azure account.
Navigate to Service Bus: Once you're signed in, search for "Service Bus" in the search bar at the top of the Azure portal, and select "Service Bus" from the search results.
Create a new namespace: In the Service Bus blade, click on the "Add" button to create a new namespace.
Configure namespace settings: In the "Create namespace" blade, you need to provide some information to configure the namespace. Here are the key settings to consider:
- Namespace name: Enter a unique name for your namespace. It must be globally unique across Azure.
- Subscription: Select the Azure subscription under which you want to create the namespace.
- Resource Group: Choose an existing resource group or create a new one to group related Azure resources.
- Location: Select the geographic region where you want your namespace to be deployed. Choose a region closest to your target audience or other Azure resources.
- Pricing tier: Select the desired pricing tier based on your requirements.
Throughput units: Specify the number of messaging units you want to allocate to the namespace. This determines the performance and throughput capacity.
- Advanced settings: You can expand the "Advanced" section to configure additional settings like enabling virtual network service endpoints, enabling Kafka endpoint, etc.
Review and create: Once you've provided all the necessary settings, review the configuration summary to ensure everything is correct. Click on the "Create" button to start the namespace creation process.
Wait for deployment: The creation process may take a few moments. You can monitor the deployment progress by navigating to the resource group you selected or by checking the notifications in the Azure portal.
Access the namespace: Once the namespace is successfully created, you can access it by going to the Service Bus blade and selecting your newly created namespace.
That's it! You have now created a Service Bus namespace. You can further configure various features within the namespace, such as queues, topics, subscriptions, and relay services, to meet your specific messaging requirements.
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